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THE 



Film Year Booli 

192 7 



TKe ninth annual edition of Filmdom's 
Encyclopedia and Book of Reference, 
Replete with informative and statistical 
data of compelling interest to all those 
engaged in the motion picture industry. 



JOHN W. ALICOATE 

PUBLISHER 

MAURICE KANN, Editor DON MERSEREAU, Business Manager 

JAMES P. CUNNINGHAM 
In Charge of Statistical and Information Dept. 

1650 Broadway Ambassador Hotel 

New York City Los Angeles, California 

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The Voice 

of Your Audience 

T^HE Screen may be silent but your 
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otees, the concentrated essence of 
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enthusiasm over your picture makes 
it or whose indifference breaks it. 

PHOTOPLAY 

James R. Quirk 

Editor & Publisher 



PAST and FUTURE 

By JACK ALICOATE, Publisher of THE FILM DAILY 



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EVER in its thirty years of com- 
pelling progress has the motion pic- 
ture industry as a whole looked 
forward with more assurance for bigger 
accomplishments than to 1927. Thirty 
years of honest endeavor, long periods 
of experimentation, months of strife and 
uncertainty and finally the welding of 
many conflicting interests into harmo- 
nious groups, chief of which were the. 
producers, headed by that big little man. 
Will H. Hays, have made possible this 
new giant of art and industry, the mo- 
tion picture of today. 



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]HE coming year will see great 
strides in the matter of presenta- 
tions. The idea is firmly established. 
Its sig:nificance as a permanent auxiliary 
to modern picture entertainment cannot 
be overlooked. The day of the super the- 
ater is at hand. Tremendous houses exist 
everywhere. Many more, involving mil- 
lions are in the course of construction. 
The small theater, especially in urban 
communities, must fight for its exist- 
ence. The chain idea is growing. The 
thought is practical and sound. Greater 
chains are being formed, perhaps to be 
absorbed later by larger ones. The small 
independent exhibitor must look to larger 
interests as a matter of self-protection. 



RODUCTION competition will con- 
tinue on its merry way. Production 
costs, already too high, will prob- 
ably continue to mount. This condition 
cannot continue indefinitely. It is eco- 
nomically wrong and must sooner or 
later be adjusted. With the importation 
of foreign directors and stars the inter- 
national idea will gain in momentum. It 
is not a vogue. Art knows no sectional 
boundaries. From foreign production 



there is nothing at present to fear. Good 
pictures that are made abroad will be 
shown in America. There is no room here 
for foreign mediocrity. We produce 
plenty of bad pictures ourselves. 



I HE year will see no radical change 
in distribution methods. The big 
fellows will continue the present 
exchange plan as formerly. The so-called 
booking system is still a theory headed 
nowhere so far as the immediate future 
is concerned. For the independent or 
states right distributor the future is far 
from bright. 



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HE history of the year just passed 
has been brimful of progress. High- 
lights were many. Among those 
that may be mentioned were the debut 
of the Vitaphone, the opening of the new 
Paramount Theater, the first Laugh 
Month, Carl Laemmle's twentieth anni- 
versary, bringing forth the largest spe- 
cial edition of the year published by THE 
FILM DAILY, the enlargement of the 
already powerful Stanley chain, the 
opening of the new First National Stu- 
dios at Burbank, California, the Ufa- 
Famous-Metro deal, the accessory deal- 
ers' amalgamation into National Theater 
Supply Company, the acquisition of Bal- 
aban and Katz by Famous, and the tie- 
up between P. D. C. and Keith-Albee. 



IHE year was marked by the passing 
of Jules Mastbaum, Hiram Abrams, 
Rudolph Valentino and Joe Dan- 
nenberg, for nine years editor of THE 
FILM DAILY. It is to "Danny," as he 
was lovingly known to the entire film 
world, that this volume by his former 
co-workers is affectionately dedicated. 





Editorial Index 




1921 


1927 







Accessories, Mfis. and Dealers 869 

Accessory Dealers, Theater Supply 891 

Acoustics, Theater 869 

Actors and Actresses, Work of, in 

Features 35, 3S4 

Serials 249 

Short Subjects 394 

Adaptors and Scenario Writers, Work of .... 67i 
Addresses 

See Distributors, Producers, Theaters, The- 
iter Chains, Exchanges, Supply Dealers, 
Buying Guide, Associations, Foreign, Studios, 
etc. 
Admission Grosses of Leading Theaters . . 13, 849 

Admission Tax Receipts, U. S 471 

Admission Tickets 889 

Advertising Novelties 881 

Advertising and Pub. Org 843 

Africa — A Survey 963 

Air Conditioning 873 

Alicoate, Jack: "Past and Future." 

. Page C of Index 

American Cinema Assoc, 1926 Feature Re- 
leases 418 

American Dramatists' Assoc 848 

American Federation of Musicians 846 

American Projection Society 846 

American Seating Co. 

Personnel 825 

Financial Structure 746 

American Society of Cinematographers 840 

American Society of Composers, Authors &- 

Publishers 783 

"Annals. The," Treatise on the Motion Pic- 
ture Industry 479 

Arbitration and Film Boards 777 

Architects, Theater 869 

Arc Lamps 869 

Argentina — A Survey 958 

Army Theaters, U. S 823 

Artificial Flowers for Theaters 869 

Artclass Pictures Corp.. 1926 Feature Releases 418 
Artlee Pictures (Lee-Bradford), 1926 Feature 
Releases 418 

Assistant Cameramen's Assoc, fjunior Camera- 
men's Club) 840 

Assistant Directors' Assoc, of Ca! K39 

Assistant Directors' Assoc, Nevi^ York 840 

Associations, (Indexed Under Institutional 

Names) 
Associated Exhibitors, Inc. 

Personnel 825 

1926 Feature Releases 391 

Associated M. P. Advertisers (A.M. P. A.) . . 843 

Avstralia — A Survey 96*^ 

Austria — A Survey 9^3 

Authors' Guild 848 

Authors' League Fellowship 848 

Authors' League of America 848 

Aywon Film Corp. — 1926 Feature Releases .. 4;S 



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Balaban & Katz Corp. 

Personnel 649 

Financial Stnicture 739, 746 

Belgium — A Survey 933 

Berne Convention — As It Affects Pirating .. 507 

Better Films National Council 848 

Better Films Organizations 847 

Boards of Trade, Film, and Arbitration 
Boards 777 



l^oliv'a — A Survey '. 959 

Booking Agencies, Presentation 508 

Books and Plays Released Under New Titles 237 

Booths, Projection !i69 

]i;ooihs. Ticket 5:71 

Box Office Records — Leading First Runs.. 13, 849 

Brazil — A Survey 959 

British West Indies — A Survey 959 

Brokers, Insurance 877 

Brokers. Play and Story 916 

Brokers, Theater 508 

Bulfjaria— A Survev 934 

rUirtau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce 925 
Buying Guide 869 

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Cabinets, Film 871 

Camera Lenses 877 

Cameramen and Their Work 711 

Cameramen's Club, Junior 

(Ass't. Cameramen's Assoc.) 840 

Cameras, Parts and Supplies 871 

Canadian Government's Activities in Produc- 
tion 789 

Canadian Government in Prod 789 

C'anopies for Theaters 871 

Carbons 871 

Cases and Cans 871 

Casting Agencies 916 

Cctholic Actors' Guild of Hollywood, M. P. . . 842 

Cement, _ Film _ 871 

Censirship, Foreign (Listed under each coun- 
try) 933 

Chadwick Pictures Corp. — 1926 Feature Re- 
leases 418 

Chains, Theater with Personnel of Large 

Circuits 649, 905 

Chair Covers 873 

Chesterfield Motion Picture Corp., 1926 Fea- 

. ture Releases of 418 

Children. 400 Selected Films for 471 

Chile— A Survey 959 

China — A Survev 969 

Church and Drama Assoc 847 

Cinemagtmdi Club 841 

Cinematographers, American Society of 840 

Cinematographers and Their Work 711 

Circuits, Theater, with Personnel of Large 

Chains 649 

Clubs (Indexed lender Institutional Names) 

Coin Changing Machines 871 

Color Process Laboratories 901 

Columbia Pictures Corp. — Personnel 825 

1926 Features Releases 418 

Colombia — A Survey 959 

Composers, Authors and Publishers : 

American Society of 783 

Consolidated Film Industries. Inc., Personnel 825 

Construction, Theater New 873 

Contract, Standard Exhibition 465 

Cooling. Heating & Ventilating Systems .... 873 
Copyright Regulations. Foreign (Listed under 

each foreign country) 933 

Costumers 873 

Cranfield & Clarke, Inc,— Personnel 825 

Critics, Newspaper 771 

Critics Select Ten Best Pictures 16,697 

Critics of Fan Publications. Trade Papers, 

Weekly Magazines 697 

C,ie .Sheets. Music 879 

Curtain Machines 875 

Curtains and Draperies 873 

Curtains. Fireproof 873 

Czechoslovakia — A Survey 934 



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Decorators, Theater 875 

Deliveries, Film 460 

Deliveries, Foreign Film Forwarders 923 

Denmark — A Survey 935 

Directors' Association of California, M. P. .. 331 
Directors' Assoc, of California, Assistant . . . 839 

Directors' Assoc, of N. Y., M. P 838 

Directors' Assoc, of N. Y., Assistant 840 

Directors, Names and Addresses (See M. P. 

Directors Asso., Cal.) 331 

Directors, Ten Best Selected by Critics 19 

Directors' Work 

Features 35, 289 

Serials 249 

Short Subjects 395 

Distribution 
Indexed under Exchanges, Distributors, For- 
eign Markets, Features Released in 1926, Ser- 
ials Released in 192'6, etc. Personnel, Finan- 
cial Structure and 1926 Releases of the var- 
ious companies are indexed under their 
corporate names. 

Distributors, Foreign (Listed under each coun- 
try) 933 

Distributors, Headquarters of 459 

Distributors, Non-Theatrical 791 

Distributors of Trailers 913 

Distributors of Raw Stock 901 

Dramatists' Assoc, American 848 

Draperies and Curtains 873 

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Eastman Kodak Co. 

Financial Structure 747 

Personnel 826 

Economic and Social Aspects of Films 479 

Editors and Title Writers 903 

Educational Film Exchanges, Inc. — Personnel. 826 

Egypt — A Survey 965 

Elbee Pictures Corp. — ^1926 Feature Releases 418 
Electrical Illuminating Engineers Society .... 842 

Elevators, lOrchestra 881 

Engineers' Society, Electrical Illuminating . . . 842 

Engineers, Society of M. P 846 

Engineers, Society of Motion Picture — Tech. 

Reports of 1926 Sessions 815 

England — A Survey 953 

Europe — A Survey 931 

Excellent Pictures — 1926 Feature Releases .. 418 
Exchanges in the United States and Canada . 449 
Exchanges, Foreign, of American Distributors 972 
Exhibition 

Indexed under Theaters, Exploit-0-Grams, 
Present-0 -Grams, Theater Chains, Supply 
Dealers, Buying Guide, Exhibitor Associa- 
tions, etc. 

Exhibition Contract. Standard 465 

E.xhibitor Organizations 833 

Exit Light Signs 875 

Exploitation Stunts for Exhibitors 481 

Ballyhoos 489 

Lobby Displays 485 

Newspaper Stunts 482 

Printed Matter 497 

Special Showings 503 

Special Stunts 499 

Theater Fronts 488 

Tie-Ups : 493 

Window Displays 495 

Exploit-o-Grams 505 

Exporters and Importers Abroad (lasted under 

Foreign Countries 933 

Exporters and Importers in U. S 923 



Famous Players-Lasky Corp. 

Personnel 826 

Financial Structure 738, 750 

1926 Feature Releases 391 

Famous Players Canadian Corp. — Financial 

Structure 749 

Fan Publications 769 



Far East — A Survey 967 

Features Released from 1915 to 1925, inc. .. 71 

Features Released in 1926 35 

Features Released in 1926 by Independent 

Distributors 418 

Features Released in 1926 by National Dis- 
tributors 391 

Federal M. P. Council 847 

Federal Trade Commission. Work of 479 

Film Boards of Trade and Arbitration Board 

Reports 777 

Film Booking Offices, Inc. 

Personnel 828 

1926 P^eature Releases 391 

Film Deliveries 460 

Film Libraries 7 895 

Film Piracy and Berne Convention 507 

Film Players' Club 842 

Financial 737 

Containing financial statistics comparison of 
earnings and financial structures of impor- 
tant companies indexed under their corporate 
names. 

Finland — A Survey 936 

First National Pictures 

Personnel 828 

Financial Structure 742, 751 

1926 Feature Releases 392 

Five Years from Now (Forecasts) 768 

Flowers, Artificial, for Theaters 869 

Foreign Markets 917 

Indexed under OtUlook for 1927, Foreign, 
Importers and Exporters, World Markets in 
Survey, individual names of the various 
countries, etc. 
Foreign Representatives — Bureau, Foreign and 

Domestic Commerce 925 

Forwarders of Film to Foreign Countries .... 923 
Fox Film Corp. 

Personnel 828 

Financial Structure 741, 754 

1926 Feature Releases 392 

France — A Survey 936 

Freight Rates 464 



Germany — A Survey 940 

Goodwill Pictures, Inc. — Feature Releases .... 418 

Government Theaters, U. S. Army 822 

Government, United States ; in Prod 789 

"Greater Movie Season" 475 

Greece — A Survey 945 

Green Room CIul) 842 

Gross Figures. Leading Theaters, from "Var- 
iety" 13, 849 

H 

Hays Organization (M.P.P.D.A.) 475 

Havs. Will H. —Outlook for 1927 1 

Headlines of 1926 801 

Headline Highlights, 1916-26 32 

Heating, Cooling and Ventilating Systems . . . 873 

HevwoodWakefield Co.,— Personnel 829 

Holidays Legal 767 

Holland— A Survev 945 

Hollywood Film Guild 842 

Hollywood Studio Club 842 

Hungary — A Survey 945 

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Immortals. A.M.P.A.'s Selection of 12 25 

Tmnorters & Exporters Abroad 933 

Independent Distributors — 1926 Feature Re- 
leases 418 

Independent Distributors, Headquarters of . . 459 
Independent Exchanges in U. S. and Canada 44° 

Tnrl.'a— A Survey 970 

Indiana Endorsers of Photoplays 847 

Insurance Brokers 877 



Int'l Alliance of T.S.E. & M.P. Operators 

Assoc 846 

International Newsieel Corp. — Personnel . . . 829 

Intcrnat'l Proj. Corp. — Financial Structure.. 756 

Inventions and Devices 814 815 

I relantl — A Survey 953 

Italy — A Survey 946 

J 

japan — A Survey 970 

K 

Keith-Albee Corp. 

Personnel 658 

Financial Structure 756 

Kinograms Pub. Corp. — Personnel 829 

"Know Your Own Industry" Series 11 

L 

Laboratories, Color Process 901 

Laboratories, Film 897 

Laboratory Supply Dealers 901 

Lambs Club 842 

Lamps, Arc • 869 

Lamps, Projection 877 

Lamps, Reflector 877 

Latin America — A Survey 957 

Lee Bradford (Artlee), 1926 Feature Releases 418 

Legislation, Foreign 933 

Legislative Sessions, State 1927-28-29 767 

Lenses, Camera 877 

Lenses, Projection 877 

Libraries, Film 895 

Light, Reflectors 877 

Lighting, Stage Equipment 877 

Lighting, Studio Equipment 877 

Lights, Spot 879 

Lights, Exit Sign 875 

Lights, Seat Indicator 879 

Little Theaters, Development of 477 

Lobby Display Frames 875 

Lobby Displays, Scenic 879 

Loew's Inc. 

Financial Structure 739, 757 

Personnel 829 

Lumas Film Corp. 

1926 Feature Releases 418 

Personnel 830 

M 

MacFadden True Story Pictures, 1926 Feature 
Releases 419 

Marquees. Theater 879 

Masquers. The 842 

Mayfair Club ' 842 

Medical Films and Their Advancement 475 

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, 

Financial Structure (See Loew's) .... 739, 757 

Personnel 829 

1926 Feature Releases 392 

Mexico — A Survey 961 

Motion Picture Capital Corp. 

Financial Structure 742, 758 

Personnel '. gjg 

M. P. Catholic Actors' Guild of Hollywood . . 842 

M. P. Photographers' Assoc 842 

Motion Picture Directors' Assoc, of Cal 331 

Motion Picture Directors' Assoc, of N. Y. . . . 838 
M(jtion Picture Guild — 1926 Feature Releases 418 

M. P. Operators Assoc, I.A.T.S.E 846 

Motion Picture Producers & Distributors of 

America (Hays Organization) 475 

Motion Picture Salesmen, Inc 848 

Motion Picture Theater Owner Associations, 

State and National 833 

Music— Composers, .Authors and Publishers, 

.American Society of 783 

Music Cue Sheets 879 

Musical Instruments 879 

IVIusicians, American Federation of 846 

Music Publishers, Tax Free and Others 783 

Music Stands, Orchestra 881 



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National Board of Review 477 

Personnel 847 

National Catholic Welfare Council 848 

National Endorsers of Photoplays 847 

National Theater Supply Co. 

Branches 891 

Personnel 831 

Financial Structure 759 

Newspaper Reviewers 771 

News Reels 459 

New Zealand — A Survey 971 

Non-Theatrical Producers and Distributors . . . 791 

Norway — A Survey 948 

Novelties, Advertising for Tlieaters 881 

O 

Operators Union, International 846 

Organizations, (Indexed Under Corporate 

Names) 

Organs 881 

Original Titles of Books and Plays, Changed 

When Released 237 

Outlook for 1927 

Domestic 411 

Foreign 919 

P 

Panama — A Survey 962 

Pathe Exchange, Inc. 

Personnel 830 

Financial Structure 743, 760 

1926 Releases (Features Only) 393 

Perforators, Film 881 

Personnel of Important Organizations 825 

Peru — ^A Survey 963 

Philippine Islands — A Survey 972 

Photographers' Assoc, M. P 842 

Photographers, Portrait and Still 913 

Pianos 881 

Pictures 

Features Released in 1926 35 

F"eatures Released 1915-25 71 

Pictures, Ten Best of 1926 16, 697 

Play and Story Brokers 916 

Plays Released Under New Titles 237 

Poland— A Survey 948 

Porto Rico — A Survey 963 

Portugal — A Survey 949 

Posters, Advertising 881 

Post Office Regulations AiTecting Transporta- 
tion of Films, U. S 461 

Preferred Picture.s — 1926 Feature Releases.... 419 

Presentation Booking Agencies 508 

Presentations, Development of 509 

Present-O-Grams 509 

Printers, Film Machine 883 

Producers, Assoc, of M. P 838 

Producers and Studios in the United States, 

Personnel of 401 

Producers Distributing Corp., 

1926 -Feature Releases 393 

Personnel 831 

(Note: Owing to mechanical error, releases 
of Prod. Dist. Corp. from March 28 to 
Dec. 27 are listed under l]'arner Bros, on 
page 393.) 
Production 

Indexed nndcr Features Released, Directors' 
Work, Stars' and Featured Players' Work. 
Adaptors and Scenario Writers, Studios and 
Important Producers, etc. 

Producers and Distributors of Trailers 913 

Producers, Foreign 917 

Producers in the United States, Feature and 

Short Subjects 396 

Producers, Non-Theatrical 791 

Program Covers 883 

Projection Booths 869 

Protection Lamps 877 

Projection Lenses 877 

Projection Rooms, Public 465 

Proiection Society, American 846 

Proiector Carbons 871 

Projectors, -Ndvertising. Portable and Standard 883 
Properties. Studio 883 



Publications 

Trade and Fan 769 

House Organs 771 

Publicity and Advertising Organizations .... 843 

R 

Raw Stock Distributors 901 

Kayart Pictures Corp. 

1926 Feature Releases 419 

Personnel 831 

Red Seal Pictures — Personnel 831 

Reels, Film 885 

Reflectors Light 885 

Regional Distributors' Assoc 848 

Releases, Feature 

1915-1925 71 

1926 35 

Releases, 1920 Feature, of Independent Dis- 
tributors 418 

Releases, 1926 Feature, of National Distributors 391 

Releases, 1920-1926 Serial 249 

Religious M. P. Foundation 475 

Renovators 885 

Review Dates of Features, "Film Daily" 

Releases, 1915-1925 71 

Releases 1926 35 

Reviewers, Newspaper 771 

Reviewers of Fan Publications, Trade Papers, 

Nationally-Circulated Weekly Magazines.... 697 

Rewinders 885 

Rheostats 885 

Rigging, Stage 885 

Roumania — A Survey 949 

Russia — A Survey 949 

S 

Safes and Cabinets, Film 875 

Salesmen's Asso., M. P 848 

Scenario Writers and Adaptors, Work of .... 673 

Scenic Lobby Displays 879 

Scenery 885 

Screens 887 

Seats, Covers for 873 

Seat Indicators 887 

Seats, Theater 887 

Serials 

1920-26 Releases 249 

By Distributors 252 

Directors . . • ••.... 249 

Players 249 

Short Films Syndicate — Personnel 831 

Short Subjects 

Directors 395 

Stars, Featured Players 394 

Sierra Pictures Corp. — 1926 Feature Releases 419 

Signs, Electric 887 

Skouras Bros. Enterprises, Inc. 

Financial Structure 761 

Personnel 669 

Slides 887 

Society of M. P. Engineers 846 

Society of Motion P-'cture Engineers, Tech- 
nical Reports of 19i6 Sessions 815 

South Africa — A Survey 965 

Spain — A Survey 950 

Splicing Machines 875 

Spot Lights [ 879 

Stage Settings 889 

Standard Exhibition Contract 465 

Stars and Featured Players' Work 

Features 35. 354 

Serials 249 

Short Subjects 394 

State Legislative Sessions, 1 927-28-29 767 

State Rights Distributors — 1926 Feature Re- 
leases 418 

Statistics, Miscellaneous 3, 5, 7, 9 

Sterling Pictures Corp. 

Personnel 832 

1926 Feature Releases 419 

Storage Vaults, Film 465 

Story and Play Brokers '. 916 

Studios and Important Producers, in U. S., 

Personnel of " 401 

Studio Lighting Equipment 877 

Sunset Productions — 1926 Feature Releases... 419 
Supply Dealers, Laboratory 901 



Supply Dealers, "Theater 891 

Sweden — A Survey 951 

.Switzerland — A Survey 959 

T 

Talking Film Devices, Development of 814 

Tax Receipts, U. S. Admission 471 

Technical Progress in 1926, New Inventions 

and Devices 815 

Ten Best Directors, Selected by Critics .... 19 
Ten Best Pictures of 1926, Selected by Critics 

and Film Editors 16-697 

Terra Cotta, Architectural 889 

Theater Brokers 508 

Theater Chains in U. S. and Canada.... 649, 905 
Theater Construction 

Builders 873 

Statistics 31 

Theater Equipment Assoc 846 

Theater Supply Dealers 891 

Theaters of United States and Canada 513 

Theaters. U. S. Army 822 

Tickets, Admission 889 

Ticket Booths 871 

Ticket Boxes and Choppers 889 

Ticket Vending Machines 889 

Tiffany Productions 

Personnel 832 

1926 Feature Releases 419 

Titles 

Features. 1915-1925 71 

Features, 1926 35 

Serials, 1920-1926 249 

Title Photography Studios 901 

Title Writers and Editors 903 

Titles of Books and Plays Changed When Re- 
leased 237 

Trade Paper Reviewers 697 

Trade Publications 769 

Trailers, Producers and Distributors of 913 

Transportation of Films, Regulations of Amer- 
ican Railway Express Co. and U. S. Post 

Office 461 

Twelve Best Performances of 1926 23 

Twelve Immortals of the Industry as Selected 

by Associated M. P. Advertisers 25 

Two-Thirty-Three Club 842 

U 

Uniforms 889 

United Artists Corp. 

Personnel 832 

1926 Feature Releases 393 

United Kingdom — A Survey 953 

LTnited States Army Theaters 822 

U. S. Admission Tax Receipts 471 

\J. S. Bureau, Foreign, Domestic Commerce.. 925 
United States Gov't Activities in Production 789 
LTnited States Post Office Regulations Affect- 
ing Transportation of Films 461 

Universal Pictures Corp. 

1926 Feature Releases 393 

Financial Structure 741, 763 

Personnel 832 

V 

"Variety's" Box Office Records 13, 849 

Vaults, Film Storage 465 

\'entilating. Cooling and Heating Systems . . 873 
Vitaphone, The 5, 814 

W 

Warner Brothers 

Financial 740, 765 

1926 Feature Releases 393 

Personnel , 832 

Waxing Machines 875 

Western Associated M. P. Advertisers (Wam- 
pas) 

Personnel 844 

Selection of Stars 480 

Women's Assoc, of Screen Publicists 845 

World Markets in Survey 931 

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Vear's Headlines. 1 926 801 

Year's Headlines, Highlights of 1918-1926 .. 32 





1921 Advertising Index 1921 





A 

A C A Pictures 426 

Ackroyd, Jack 52 

Action Pictures, Inc 302 

Adam, Ferdinand H 932 

Adams, Edgar 178 

Advance Trailers 914 

Agfa Raw Film Corp 900 

Agnew, Frances 686 

Alexander. J. Grubb 698 

Allen, Fred 279 

Alvarado, Don 348 

i\nier-AngIo Film Dealers, 

Inc. 439 

American Cinema Ass'n. . . 426 

American Film Safe 876 

American Play Co., Inc... 682 

Anderson, Doris 178 

Anthony, Walter 692 

Apollo Trading Corp. . . . 944 

Arnold, John 229 

Argentine American Film 

Corp. 930 

Arias, Henry 946 

Arctic Nu-Air 878 

Artlee Pictures Corp 439 

Asher, Small & Rogers . . 306 
Asheville M. P. Corp. ... 328 
Associated Independent Pro- 
ducers 428 

Atma Prods 446 

Auger, Edward 956 

B 

Baker, C. Graham 56 

Baker, Hettie Gray 349 

Balboni 20 

Ball, Russell 84 

Barclay, John 224 

Barker, Reginald 200 

Barnes Printing Co 672 

Barsky, Bud 435 

Baxter, Miss S 346 

Baxter, Warner 40 

Beatty, Bessie 222 

Beaudine, Wm 46 

B^hn, Harry 227 

Bell. Monta 143 

Bennet, Spencer 106 

Bennett, Hugh 283 

Beranger, Clara 118 

Bern, Paul 196 

Bilmarjac Company 872 

Biro, Lajos 170 

Blackton, Marian Con- 
stance 226 

Block, Ralph 155 

Blystone, J. G 345 

Boasberg, Al 484 

Boles, John 100 

Bow, Clara 162 

Bowery & East River Nat'l 
Bank 

Facing First Page of Index 

Boylan, Malcolm S 350 

Boyle, Joseph C 269 

Brenon. Herbert 6 

Brent, Evelyn 135 

Brian, Mary 163 

Brice, Monte 167 

Brock, Gustav, Page K of 
Inde.K 

Brook, Clive 139 

Brown, Beth 58 

Brown, Curtis Ltd 684 

Brown, Harry J 277 

Brown, Melville 48 

Brown. W. M 436 

Brownell, John C 470 

Brownhill Prods 436 

Browning, Tod 203 

drowning, Hester V 404 

Browning, Sam 404 



Browning, Irving •104 

Huchheister Lab., Inc.... 906 

Buchowetzki, Dimitri .... 207 

Buckingham, Thos 54 

Bureau of Commercial 

Economics 492 

Burr, C. C 265 

Burroughs, Edgar Rice. . . 96 

Butts, Billy 168 

Byer, Chas 164 

C 

Cabanne, Christy 199 

Caldwell, H. H 346 

Cameo Music Publishing 

Co 874 

Campbell, Donald 940 

Cannon, Raymond 690 

Capital Production Ex- 
porting Co., Inc. ..928 & 929 

Capitol M. P. Sup. Co 888 

Capra, Frank R 267 

Carewe, Edwin 383 

Castle Films 443 

Centennial Pict. Corp. . . . 430 

Chandlee, Harry 700 

Chesterfield M. P. Corp.. 438 

Christiansen, Benj 205 

Christie Comedies 318 

Cinemagraph Film Labs. . 890 

Clark, Edward 696 

Clawson, Elliott 218 

Classplay Pict. Corp 946 

Clift, Denison 98 

Clifton, Elmer 44 

Cohen, Emanuel 682' 

Cohn, Alfred A 676 

Cohn, Benj 126 

Coldewey, Anthony 702 

Collings, Pierre 158 

Columbia Pictures 420 

Combined Films Labs. Inc. 904 

Conselman, Wm. M 336 

Consolidated Film Indus- 
tries. Inc 892 

Corbaley. Kate 220 

Corda, Maria 278 

Corrigan, Lloyd 177 

Corso, Sam 346 

Cowan, Sada 221 

Cranfield & Clarke, Inc. 

431 & 942 

Creelman, James Ashmore. 64 

Cronjager, Edward 726 

Crosland, Alan 78 

Cruger, Paul A 694 

Cunningham, Jack 220 

Curtiz, Michael 488 

D 

D'Arcy, Roy 230 

d'Arrast, H. d'Abbadie 153 

Davis, Al 450 

De Arana, G 960 

De Cserepy, Arzen 74 

De Gaetano, Al 284 

De la Torres, Gavin 446 

Del Ruth, Roy 366 

De Mille, Cecil B. Facing 
Inside Front Cover 

De Putti, Lya 80 

De Richelavie, Geo 466 

De Sano. Marcel 210 

DeVrv Corporation, The.. 882 

De Weese, Frank 484 

Dix, Richard 133 

Doherty. Ethel 175 

Dove, Billie 260 

Dromgold, Geo 700 

Dryden, Wheeler 370 

Du Count, George 404 

Dunlap, Scott R 344 

H 



Dunn, Josephine 164 

Dunn, Winifred 275 

Duple-x M. P. Industries, 

Inc 902 

Du Pont Pathe Film Mfg. 

Corp Page L, Index 

Duran, Carlos 476 

E 

Eason, B. Reaves 76 

Eagler, Paul E 229 

Eastman Kodak Co. 

Back Cover 
Ebenstein, Herbert R. Co., 

Inc Facing Page 976 

Eddy, Robt 268 

Ednella Export Corp 926 

Educational Pictures 316 

Efrus, Sam 442 

Eggers Photo Engraying . 886 

Ellis, Arthur F 179 

Estee Studios 915 

Exhibitor, The 788 

Exhibitors Daily Review . 778 
Exhibitors Film Exchange 952 

Exhibitors Herald 772 

Exhibitors News 797 

Export & Import Film Co., 

Inc 918 

F 
Famous Players Lasky 

Corp 129 to 

Farnham, Joe 

Farnum, Dorothy 

Film Associates, Inc 

Filmlab, Inc 

Film Kurier 

Film Renter 

Film Safe Corp 

Finlayson, James 

First Nat'l Pictures .253 to 

Fishbeck, Harry A 

Fitzgerald. Jas. A 

Fitzmaurice, Geo 

Fitzpatrick, James A. ... 

Fleck, Fred 

Fleming, Victor 

Flick, John Michael 

Folsey, Geo. J. Jr 

Ford, John 

Foster, Ray 

Fox Film Corp Ul, to 

Fox, Finis 

French, Chas. K 

Fuller, Paul Fairfax 

Furber, Douglas 

Futter Prods. Inc 



182 
215 
214 
402 
906 
799 
800 
876 
472 
288 
718 
328 
256 
512 
168 
142 
692 
285 
337 
414 
352 
122 
508 
702 
226 
408 



Gardner, Becky 

Garmes, Lee 

Garnett, Tay 

Garvey, Edward 

Gates, Harvey 

General Film Library.... 

Geraghty, Tom J 

Gibson, Tom 

GilHngwater, Claude . . . . 

Ginsberg, Henry 

Globe Ticket Co 

Goldwyn Prods., Samuel . , 

Goodrich, John Fish 

Gorman Pictures, John . 

Goss, Walter J 

Gotham Prods 

Goulding, Edmund 

Gray, Gilda 

Gray, Iris 

Gray, Lawrence 

Greater Amusements .... 

Green, Alfred E 

Grey, Schuyler E 



161 
720 
704 
166 
680 
400 
154 
285 

68 
423 
888 
377 
169 
440 
163 
422 
201 

12 
165 
162 
790 
338 
462 



Griffith, D. W 2 

Griffith, Edward H 36 

H 

Haas, Robt. M 280 

Haasmann, Max 22'4 

Hale, Creighton 396 

Hall, Al 284 

Hall, James 140 

Hall & Connolly, Inc. ... 890 

Haller, Ernest 281 

Halsey, Forrest 157 

Hamilton, Jas. Shelly 342 

Hamilton, Mahlon 440 

Hamilton, Neil 137 

Hammeras, Ralph 286 

Hammond Prods., Inc 447 

Hampton, Hope 38 

Hardy, Sam 259 

Harlan, Kenneth 88 

Harris, Ivy 166 

Harris, Ray 174 

Hedwig, Wm. K 910 

Heerman, Victor 152 

Heilbron, Adelaide 86 

Heisler. Stuart 283 

Henabery, Jos. A 272 

Henley Prods., Hobart 197 

Hennecke, Clarence 268 

Herbert, F. Hugh 219 

Herrett, Emery J 346 

Hersholt, Jean 474 

Hilburn, Percy 228 

Hill Prods., Geo 198 

Hill, Robt. F 504 

Hilliker, Katharine ". 346 

Hi-Mark Film Sales Co 924 

Hines, Chas. J 281 

Hines, Johnny 264 

Hippard, Geo. R 180 

Hirlagraph M. P. Corp. . . 894 

Hitt, Laurence W 179 

Hoerle, Arthur 678 

Hofifberg Co., Inc., J. H. . . 938 

Holt & Co., Inc., C. J. .. 964 

Horner, Robert J 428 

Horton. J. G 346 

Howard, Wm. K 26 

Humes, Fred 388 

I 

Imported Pictures Corp. . . 94 

Inspiration Pictures, Inc. . . 298 

Inter-Globe Export Corp... 934 
International Projector 

Corp 870 

Interocean Forwarding Co., 

Inc. ..Inside Back Cover 

J 

Jackson, Joseph 171 

Jawitz Pictures Corp 958 

Jennings. Jane 478 

Jones, Grover 177 

Josephson, Julian 171 

Joy, Al 434 

Joyce, Alice 34 

June, Ray 732 

Jungmeyer, Jack 347 

K 

Kandell. M. J 400 

Kane, Gail 500 

Kane, Larry 447 

Kane Prods.. Robert T 261 

Katterjohn, Monte 156 

Keaton. Buster 378 

Keith-Albee 390 

Kelley Color Films Inc... 424 

Kenton, Erie C 167 

Kenyon, Chas 330 

Kerr, Robt. P 386 

King, Bradley 228 

King, Henry 376 

Kingston, Muriel 468 

Klein Corp., Edward L. . . 922 

Korda, Alexander 273 

L 

La Cava, Gregory 144 

La Cinematographic Fran- 

caise 798 

Laemmle Prods., Edward.. 496 



Lake, Arthur 412 

Lamb, Arthur J 433 

Lane Comedies. Lupino . . . 502 

Langdon, Harry 266 

Langdon's Scenario Dept. . . 268 

La Plante. Laura . 67 

Lawlor, Hoey 694 

Lebedeff, Ivan 372 

Lee, Donald W 696 

Lee, Jocelyn 165 

Lee, Maron Frances 218 

Lee, Robt. N 696 

Lee. Rowland V 147 

Leni Prods., Paul 498 

Leonard, Robt. Z 206 

Le Roy, Mervyn 280 

Lewin. Albert 225 

Lighton, Louis D 176 

Lissner, Ray 180 

Lloyd, Frank 145 

Lloyd, Harold 4 

Lloyds Film Storage Corp. 410 

Locke, Dr. Eric 180 

Long, Louise 175 

Lord, Del 270 

Loring, Hope 176 

Lovett, Josephine 15 

Lowe, Edward T., Jr., ... 221 

Lubitsch. Ernst 8 

Lumas Film Corp 422 

Luporini, Inc., Ferdinand V. 936 
M 

MacLean, Douglas 134 

MacRae, Henry 464 

McCarthy, John P 30 

McCutcheon, John L 362 

McGowan, J. P 96 

McGuire, Geo 284 

Mackaill, Dorothy 258 

Marchal, Arlette 136 

Martin, Townsend 169 

Massce & Co., Inc 962 

Mathis. June 21 

Mattison, Frank S 444 

Mattson, Ernest, Inc 948 

Mayer, Max 890 

Meade, Kent 441 

Meighan, Thomas 131 

Melford, Frank 445 

Mendes, Lothar 149 

Menjou, Adolphe 132 

Meredyth. Bess 398 

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 193 to 232 

Milestone, Lewis 384 

Miley, Jerry 124 

Millarde. Harry 230 

Miller, Alice D. G 60 

Miller, Maude K 176 

Mintz, Sam 173 

Mitchell, Bruce 120 

Montagne, Edward J 50 

Moon, Lorna 227 

Moore, Colleen 255 

Moran, Lois 42 

Motion Picture News .... 774 

Motion Picture Service Co. 884 

Motion Pictures Today ... 782 

Movielets ; . . 448 

Moving Picture World 776 

Murfin, Jane 282 

Murnau, F. W 70 

Murray, Mae 195 

Myton, Fred 172 

N 

Nathan. Perry S 704 

National Screen Service . . 915 

Newmeyer Fred 146 

New York Film Curb 786 

Nihlo, Fred 28 

Nigh, Wm 208 

Norton, June 90 

O 

O'Brien. Inc., Edwin .... 966 

O'Donohoe, James T 688 

Olcott Prods., Sidney 18 

Ono, U 954 

Ornato, Joseph 432 

Orpheum Circuit 390 

Orr, Gertrude 341 

I 



P 

Pacific Coast Independent 

Exhibitor 794 

Panci, Al 346 

Paramount Pictures. . 129 to 182 

Pathe Review 300 

Pauker, Dr. Edmond 686 

P. D. C 294 

Perez, Paul 223 

Photoplay Magazine 

Page B, Index 

Pickett, Elizabeth 349 

Piermont M. P. Corp 432 

Plastograph Film Labs., 

Inc 898 

Popular Pictures, Inc 441 

Powers Projectors 870 

Prival, Lucien 286 

Publix Theaters 312 

R 
Radio Mat Slide Co., Inc. 
Facing Inside Back Cover 

Radio Personalities 443 

Ray, Albert 340 

Ray, Allene 102 

Ray, Chas IQ 

Rayart Pictures Corp 425 

Reed, Luther 143 

Reel Colors, Inc 448 

Reel Journal 796 

Reeland Reviews 784 

Reeve, Winifred Eaton .. 216 

Reichenbach, Harry L. ... 324 

Richmount Pictures, Inc... 920 

Ricordo Films, Inc 434 

Rigby, L. G 343 

Ripley, Arthur D 268 

Robertson, Clifford 2'12 

Robertson Prods., John S... 14 

Rock, Joe 304 and 305 

Rockett, Ray 257 

Rogers, Chas. R 276 

Rogers, Howard Emmet .. 170 

Rooney, Patricia 348 

Rork, Ann 274 

Rosenfield, M. S 438 

Rosher. Chas 353 and 714 

Rosson, Arthur 150 

Rosson, Richard 151 

Ruben, Albert G 108 

Ruby Camera Exchange. . . . 736 

Ruggles Prods., Wesley . . 486 

Russell, John 684 

Ruthven, Madeleine 222 

Ryerson, Florence 219 

S 

St. Clair. Malcolm 141 

Saland Film Labs, Inc. . . 896 

Santell, Alfred 262 

Savage, Nelly 490 

Schayer, Richard 225 

Schertzinger, Victor 339 

Schofield, Paul 112 

Schurr, Wm. F 722 

Scott, Lester F., Jr 302 

Sedgwick, Edward 211 

Seiler, Lewis 344 

Seiter, Wm. A 66 

Seitz, Geo. B 116 

Semler Sinenia Service .. 912 

Sennett Comedies, Mack . . 24 

Service for Authors. Inc... 690 

Seventh Ave. Film Co., Ltd. 950 

Short Films Syndicate, Inc. 441 

.Shumate, Harold 347 

Shyer, Melville J 460 

Sidney. Geo 110 

Sidney, Scott 458 

Sierra Pictures, Inc 437 

Siletti Films, Inc 445 

Simplex Projectors 870 

Sloman, Edward 456 

Smith, Sid 446 

Societe Generale de Films.. 322 

SofFerman Bros., Inc 510 

Soman, Lester 443 

Spearing. James 173 

Spence, Ralph 674 



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Advertising Index Con 't. 

St. Louis, Albert 448 

Stahl, John M 204 

Standard Comedies. .304 and 305 

Stanley Co. of America.... 314 

States Cinema Prod. Corp. 444 
Stebbins & Co., Inc., 

Arthur W 72 

Stein, Paul L. . . ". 452 

Sterling Pictures 423 

Stone. John 345 

Stone Film Library 394 

Stone, Le Roy 271 

Strange, Philip 138 

Strauss, Florence L 279 

Struss, Karl 353 

Strayer, Frank 174 

Sun Pictures Corp 442 

Superlyte Photo Lighting 

Equipment 890 

Sweet, Harry 494 

Sydney, Joseph 448 

T 

Talbot, Hayden 223 

Talmadge, Constance 379 

Talmadge, Norma 379 

Tate, Cullen 506 

Taylor, Matt A 172 

Taylor, Sam 380 

Tellegen. Lou 350 

Thematic Music Cue Sheet 874 

Thew, Harvey 698 

Thomas Prods., Inc., 

Richard 429 

Thompson, Hamilton 690 

Thornby, Robert 92 

Thorpe, Richard 114 

Tiesler, Hans 442 

Tiffany Prods., Inc., 308 and 309 

Tippett, Inc., John D 904 

Tover, Leo 728 

Travers, Arthur 284 

Tremont Film Labs. Corp. 736 

True Story Pictures 421 

U 

Unger, Gladys 217 

United Artists 375 to 384 

Universal Pictures. . 290 and 291 

Unsell Eve 22 

U. S. Film Labs., Inc. .. 910 

V 

Van Dyke, W. S 209 

Variety 780 

Vidor, King 202 

Vitalux Labs 908 

Vogel, Paul C 730 

W 

Wafilms, Inc 408 

Wall, M. V 688 

Waller, Fred 716 

Walsh. Raoul 335 

Warner Bros 296 

Watson Film Labs., Inc., 

Frederick F 908 

Webber, Geo 724 

Welier, Lois 381 

Weekly Film Review 792 

Whelan, Tim 382 

White Alice 282 

White, Jack 104 

Whittaker, Chas 160 

Wilcox, Herbert 62 

Wilkinson, lames 406 

Willoughbys 880 

Willson, Dixie 159 

Wilson, Carey 263 

Winkler Pictures, Inc 427 

Wood, Sam 364 

Woods, Dr. Arthur 454 

Woods, Lotta 454 

Wurlitzer Organ 868 

Wurtzel, Sol M 336 

Wyckoff. Alvin 712 

Wvler, Wm 398 

Y 

Young. Waldemar 213 

Z 

Zanuck, Darryl Francis . . 326 




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Artclass Pictures Corp. 

Banner Productions 

B. and H. Enterprises 

Cosmopolitan Productions 

Consolidated Film Industries 

East Coast Films 

Fox Film Corporation 

Filmlab 

First National Productions 



Film Booking Offices of America 
Hirlagraph Motion Picture Corp. 
Inspiration Pictures 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
Producers Distributing Corp. 
Red Seal Pictures Corp. 
Sam Rork Productions 
Universal Pictures Corp. 




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By Harris & Ewing 

1927 

THE motion picture industry enters its thirty-first year 
bearing the good wishes and the friendship of all the peoples 
of the Earth. This friendship has been built and held by 
service and understanding. 

Producers, distributors and exhibitors have gone far beyond 
prophecy in furnishing the public yet better pictures in even 
better surroundings. The super-special of yesterday is the ordinary 
program picture of today. The palatial theater of a few years 
ago in a few great cities is now everywhere. 

The public has learned to understand the problems of the in- 
dustry and willingly gives assistance in solving them. This under- 
standing has brought a continually growing friendship between the 
motion picture and the public. The people are ready not only to 
support their chief amusement but at all times to defend it. 

Tliis understanding is invaluable. This public sympathy is 
without price. It will continue, measured by the industry's ful- 
fillment of its obvious duties as the principal amusement of the 
great majority of all our people and the sole amusement of mil- 
lions and millions. The future success of the motion picture is 
limited only by the discharge of its duty; it is bounded only by 
the public appreciation which will come as the reward for our 
service well performed. 




again with 

united artists 




MOTION PICTURES 

Vital facts and nutshell statistics that amazingly 
portray the greatness of a tremendous industry 



1,500,000,000 INVESTMENT 

reprc^entecl in the American industry. Of this amount 15,000 theaters represent $1,250,01)0,000. 
Studios and distribution offices figure ahout $250,000,000. 



7,000,000 DAILY PATRONS 

attend picture theaters in the United .States a.s contrasted with a few thousand that represented 
the daily attendance at the early "nickelodeons.' 



2,000,000 DAILY ADMISSIONS 

in this country, with a yearly total of about $650,000,000 for the United States and Canada, 
which allows for states and local territories where theaters are closed on Sunday. 



20,500 THEATERS IN THE U. S. 

where pictures are shown. They have a seating capacity of over 18,550,000. 



300,000 PEOPLE EMPLOYED 

regularly in production, distribution and e.xhiliition. This does not embrace kindred industries. 



$250,000,000 IN NEW THEATERS 

constructed in 1925. This year construction may equal 3.9 per cent of the total building in the 
country, against 3.1 per cent in 1926. 



750 YEARLY FEATURES 

are produced, varying from $5,000 to over a million dollars for each picture on negative costs. 



185,000,000 IN FILM RENTALS 

is the yearly intake to all distributors. Thirty to forty per cent of this is expended for distri- 
liutiou overhead. 



750 EXCHANGES IN THE U. S. 

and Canada. Thev are to be found in all key cities and include national ilistrilnitors and 
independents alike. 

60 picture" PUBLICATIONS 

in the United States cover the trade and fan angles. Their combined circulations make a for- 
midable total. 

15,000 FILM ADS PRINTED DAILY 

in newspapers and magazines in this country. The total spent yearly on advertising is at 
present in the neighborhood of $67,000,000. 




HAROLD LLOYD 

presented hy 
THE HAROLD LLOYD CORPORATION 



in 



"THE KID BROTHER" 

Released Through Paramount 



Salient Facts and Figures 



How each dollar goes into production costs: 

Actors' salaries $ .25 

Directors, cameramen, and assistants .10 

Scenarios and stories 1 U 

Sets (manufactured) 14 

Studio overhead (including manage- 
ment, cutting, assembling, and 

titling of the film) 20 

Costumes, gowns, and so forth Oi 

Locations (rent of grounds and prop- 
erties and transportation) 08 

Raw film 05 

Total $1.00 

How each dollar is spent and the profit : 

Negative cost $ .40 

Distribution (American and foreign) .30 

Cost of positives 10 

Administration and taxes 05 

Profit 15 

Total $1.00 



Items of Interest 

THOMAS EDISON invested $24.- 
000 in his motion picture process. 
In 1926 the American motion pic- 
ture investment was $1,500,000,000. 

* * * 

Ten years ago the Broadway pic- 
ture houses charged 25 cents ad- 
mission and elsewhere 5 and 10 
cents. The range of prices on 
Broadway today is from 50 cents to 
$2.20 top for specials. 

* * * 

A few salaries in the industry are 
among the largest in any profes- 
sion. There are several actors and 
directors whose annual incomes ex- 
ceed $500,000. 

* * * 

The average price of picture 
theater admissions is around 28 
cents. In the larger cities it aver- 
ages about 35 cents. 

* * * 

A recentlv built studio in Bur- 
bank cost $2,000,000, comprising 23 
buildings with over 350,000 feet of 
floor space. 



The Movie Dollar 

2\dmission returns in 

1925 $fj50,000,000 

Theater seating capacity 

in U. S 18,500,000 

Film footage e.xptirted in 

1925 235,000,000 

Net earnings of 10 pro- 
ducers in 1925 24,115,000 

Annual film export busi- 
ness 35,000,000 

Individuals owning film 
stock 50,000 

Hollywood weekly stu- 
dio payroll 1,750,000 

Number of million dollar 

type theaters 500 

Film stock shares traded 
in (1925) 5,005,400 



The Vitaphone 

WITHOUT question one of the 
outstanding developments of 
1926 was the appearance of the Vita- 
phone. It definitely marked that 
long anticipated new era in motion 
l)icture entertainment — the science 
of synchronizing pictures with 
sound. 

A royalty of 10 cents a seat per 
week will be charged for use of 
Vitaphone equipment in addition to 
the cost of installation and film ren- 
tal. The cost of installation has 
not as yet been determined. It is 
estimated that 350 Vitaphones will 
be installed during 1927. 

lender the terms of a licensing ar- 
rangement recently negotiated, Vita- 
phone and the Fox-Case Corpora- 
tion, controlling Movietone, will 
have access to taljving devices of 
each other. The agreement covers 
the exchange of artists, and for 
their mutual cooperation in all par- 
ticulars. This combine of synchroni- 
zation processes seems destined to 
make history in the current year. 



"BEAU GESTE" 



HERBERT BRENON 



Production Costs Analyzed 

'T'HE FOLLOWING detailed analysis of the industry in 1925, as compared 
with 1923, is furnished by the U. S. Census Bureau, completed in Jan- 
uary, 1927: 

1925 1923 

Number of organizations 132 97 

Salaried officers and employees (a) 5,945 .... 

Wage earners (average for year) (i)) 5,573 *9,904 

Employed in maximum month August 6,381 May 7,399 

Employed in minimum month February 5,075 November 5,465 

Per cent of maximum 79.5 73.8 

Salaries (c) $35,950,778 *$38,425,472 

Wages (c) 13,065,756 

Cost of materials (c) (d) 33,258,368 30,656,770 

Paid for contract work (c) (e) 5,368,593 1,608,866 

Total cost of production 93,636,348 86,418,170 

Studio and location work 71,488,457 63,517,692 

Laboratory work ' 22,147,891 22,900,478 

* Detailed figures of salaried and wage-earning employes for 1923 not comparable with those for 1925. 

(a) Includes officers, managers, production supervisors, directors, scenario writers, unit managers and 
assistant directors, staffs, wardrobe designers, laboratory supervisors, cameramen, actors, extra talent, 
auditors, bookkeepers, clerks, etc. 

(b) Includes skilled and unskilled workers, such as carpenters, painters, prop makers, molders, mechanics, 
laborers, laboratory workers, wardrobe workers, property men, drivers, etc. 

(c) Difference of $5,992,853 between total cost of production in 1925 and the sum of the items for 
salaries, wages, cost of materials and amount paid for contract work is made up of miscellaneous items 
such as story costs, home-office overhead, stars' expenses, insurance, etc., with perhaps a small amount of 
profit from laboratory work done for others. 

(d) Cost of materials includes all materials, raw stock, mill supplies, fuel and power. 

(e) Many studios are rented, together with the necessary electric power, stage settings, labor and 
minor-role actors, to producing companies. The rentals paid for such studios are included in the item "Paid 
for contract work." 



Statistical Briefs 



A DARING PRODUCER took a chance 
on the . first big special, "The Great 
Train Robbery," which was 800 feet long 
and ran ten minutes. Today features run 
as long as 12,000 feet and constitute a 
whole evening's entertainment. 



For the year 1925 over 235,000,000 feet 
of finished motion pictures were sent 
abroad. For 1926, up to July 1, the fig- 
ures show about 107,000,000 feet. In 1913 
total exports of this product stood at 
about 32,000,000 feet. In 1924 this had 
expanded to 178,000,000 feet. 



Is the motion picture industry solid 
financially? In recent Wall Street flur- 
ries picture issues remained firm. Half 
a dozen of the larger companies have 11,- 
518 stockholders owning 3,554,115 shares. 



Big city first-run houses fill their seats 
as high as 18 times per week. 



Europe has always been our best cus- 
tomer for motion pictures. In 1913 she 
took about 17,000,000 feet, or a little over 
50 per cent of our total exports for that 
vear. This increased to 86,000,000 feet in 
1925. 



The weekly attendance for the average 
house in a town of less than 1,500 popu- 
lation is 350. Most of these have show- 
ings only two nights a week and many 
only once. The average attendance in a 
town 61 F,000 is 3,800, and in a city of 
25,000 the attendance averages 14,800. 



Latin-America and the Far East have 
shown a more phenomenal growth pro- 
portionately than Europe. Export films 
to the former rose from 1,500,000 feet in 
1913 to over 63,000,000 feet in 1925. The 
Far East rose from 4,500,000 feet in 1913 
to 54,000,000 feet in 1925. 




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"OLD HEIDELBERG" 



The Statistical Ticker 



THE UNITED KINGDOM is easily 
our most important foreign market. 
About 95 per cent of the films shown in 
the 4,000 theaters of England, Scotland, 
Ireland and Wales come from America. 
United States distributors get at least 
35 pe.r cent of their revenue from the en- 
tire foreign field from the United King- 
dom. 

* ■* * 

In terms of quantity, France is our sec- 
ond market in Europe and our fifth for 
the entire world. In 1925 France took 
a total of 14,000,000 feet. From the point 
of revenue, France is a poor market, 
rentals amounting to less than three 
per cent of total foreign revenue. 

* * * 

In 1925 exports of American motion 
pictures to Germany amounted to 6,500,- 
000 feet as against 25,000 feet in 1913. 
Actual screen showings to German aud- 
iences in 1925 constituted 60 per cent 
American as against 40 per cent of other 
countries, including Germany. 

* * * 

The gross intake at all motion picture 
houses is about sixty times greater than 
all legitimate houses combined. 

* * * 

In 1924-25 a total of 10,325 awards 
were made by the 32 Boards of Arbitra- 
tion. Of these only 2i7 required a seventh 
arbiter to reach a decision. Thirteen 
thousand other disputes were settled by 
consent before reaching arbitration. 

* * * 

Disputes disposed of by Boards of Ar- 
bitration in 1924 and 1925 involved more 
than $4,650,000. Of the 10,325 cases 
settled by arbitration, not one-third prob- 
ably could have been handled in the time 
by the regular courts. And in this busi- 
ness the time saved is quite as impoiftant 
as the money saved. 

* * * 

American pictures are shown in 70 
countries and the titles are translated into 
Z7 different languages. 

* * * 

The average motion picture theater 
shows about 175 feature pictures a year, 
and 350 shorts. This means that the 
20,500 theaters play over 10,500,000 sep- 
arate pictures a year. 

* * * 

The annual raw stock output of East 
man Kodak Co. totals 900,000,000 feet— 
or 185,000 miles. Film made today is 
substantially the same as that furnished 
Thomas Edison for experimental purposes 
in 1889. Positive film was not made until 
1895, when 21,663 feet were manufactured. 



In 1910 there were about 9,000 motion 
picture theaters in this country as com- 
pared to 20,500 today. 

* * * 

In 1925, transactions in motion picture 
securities recorded on the stock tickers 
totaled 5,005,400 shares, or a daily average 

of 13,712 shares. 

* * * 

In Beverley Hills, Gal., 109 motion pic- 
ture people own their own residences, 
many of them in the mansion class, at a 
total value of $10,210,000. 

Ten years ago there were 1,500 the- 
aters all over the country in which a 
touring legitimate attraction could play. 
Today ihere are less than 500 houses 
which play legitimate shows. This in- 
cludes the houses playing pictures five 
days weekly and a show for one night. 
Here is striking evidence of the effect of 
motion pictures on the legitimate stage. 

* ♦ * 

Indicating the inherent stability of the 
industry is the record of Famous Players- 
Lasky Corporation for the last six years, 
profits in this period totaling $101.20 a 
share on the common, or an annual aver- 
age of $16.87 a share. In no year of the 
six has the company earned less than 

$14.70 a share. 

* * * 

Germany produces more films than any 
other country outside of the United 
States. Her output in 1925 amounted to 

about ISO feature pictures. 

* * * 

The foreign organization of Fox Film 
Corporation has been built up over a per- 
iod of ten years by the expenditure of be- 
tween $5,000,000 and 06,000,000, all from 
earnings, an amount equivalent to from 
$10 to $12 a share on the present out- 
standing capitalization. 

* * * 

The financial history of Universal starts 
back in 1909, when a company was formed 
with an initial investment of $25,000, 
gradually shaping itself, under the orig- 
inal management, into a corporation with 
a gross turnover estimated last year at 
$30,000,000. ^ ^ ^ 

The Motion Picture Producers & Dis- 
tributors of America comprises 85 per 
cent of the total production effort. 



To assure a wide diversity in the foregoing 
statistical data, compilation made by the following 
publications and individuals have been included: 
The Annals of the American Academy of Political 
and Social Sceince, The Wall Street Journal, Var- 
iety, Terry Ramsaye, William A. Johnston, M. P. 
News. 





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A Manual of Information 

"Know Your Own Industry" 

WIDESPREAD INTEREST has been aroused by pubHcation of the "Know Your 
Own Industry" series begun by THE FILM DAILY on May 2, 1926. A compre- 
hensive and complete cross-section of how the business operates in its various phases 
was the result. The entire series with titles, subject matter and publication dates is 
herewith given. This special feature is now aopearing everv Sundav in THE FILM 
DAILY. 

NO. ARTICLE DATE OF ISSUE 

1 "Planning '26 Greater Movie Season" iMay 2, 1 926 

The movement to popularize films into a national institution. 

2 "Motion Picture Progress May 9 

An abstract of the semi-annual meeting of the Society of M. P. 
Engineers showing latest technical developments. 

3 ".Scientific Casting" ! May 1 6 

Showing the system — incorporating an ideal into a sound Ijusiness 
practice — of the Centralized Casting Bureau. 

4 "Financial Structures" May 23 

An interesting analysis of the earnings of the large companies. 

5 "Print Preservation" May 30 

Covering a service to exhibitors of which little is heard. 

6 "Advertising Aids" Time 6 

Constructive data and suggestions on how to merchandise films. 

7 "Checking Piracy" ........: j^^g jj 

How outlaw film firms prey on foreign markets. 

8 "Presentation Values" ... June 20 

A help to program building to meet requirements of each locality. 

9 "Trick Photography Tune 27 

First-hand data from an expert on securing trick effects. 

10 "The Film Salesman" . . July 4 

A treatise on that imnortant link between distributor and exhibitor. 

1 1 "Theater Lighting" July 1 1 

On the values of proper illumination to the box-office. 

12 "Public Relations" July 18 

Films as an influence for the public good. 
1 .? "Picture Distortion" July 2.S 

Trouble causes in projection and how to avoid them. 
14 "Road Shows August 1 

How the super-pictures get national presentation, 
l.i "Standardization" August 8 

The specialization of technical problems. 

16 "Films and the Eye" August 15 

A record showing that films do not injure the human eye. 

1 7 "How Pictures Grew" , August 22 

Looking back twenty years in motion picture history. 

18 "Historical Highlights" August 29 

Significant facts that have shaped the course of the industry. 

19 "Conservation Work" September 5 

The development of safety practices among exchanges. 

20 "Theater Service" September 12 

How the Publix Theater Managers School develops students. 

21 "Government Films" *. September 19 

Showing the vast potential audience reached by educational films. 

22 "What Makes J'ictures" September 26 

A symposium contributed by leading production factors. 

23 "The Music Library" October 3 

Suggestions for properly indexing and compiling a music library. 

24 "Motion Picture Progress" October 10 

Part 1 of a technical report of advances made in recent days. 

25 "Technical Advances" October 17 

Part 2 of report as in article 24. 

26 "Problems of 1926" October 24 

Cbservations on the trend in theater operation. 

27 "Canada" •_ October 31 

Her economic position and potentialities for film consumption. 

28 "Bicycling" November 7 

Analysis of a practice which costs distributors $1,000,000 yearly. 

29 "They Used to Be Nickel Shows" November 14 

One of the most incisive theater articles yet contributed by an ^ , 

outsider. ' tvt u ti 

30 "Projection Progress" November 21 

A description of the projection department of the new Paramount. 

31 "Distribution" November 28 

An expert outlines the modern methods of marketing films. 

32 "Small Town Houses" December 5 

I^Ieeting the problem presented by the spread of presentations. u n 

33 "A Million and One Nights" December 12 

A review of Terry Ramsaye's history of the motion picture. 

34 "Making Raw-Stock" , December 19 

Explaining how the base product is manufactured. 

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GILDA GRAY 

Personal Management 
GAILLARD T. BOAG 



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68 Houses Gross $47,022,831 

OIXTY-EIGHT THEATERS in the United States grossed $47,022,831 in 1926, accord- 
ing to a summary made by THE FILM DAILY from box-office estimates pub- 
lished by "Variety." The Capitol, New York, is credited with the largest gross of the 
year with an intake of $2,731,210. With a gross of $2, 159,500. the Chicago, Chicago, 
comes next, the estimates being for full years in both cases. 

Grosses by weeks and price scales of each theater will be found beginning page 849. 
Total intakes follow: 



Theater 



Seats 



Weeks 



Baltimore- 
Boston — 
Buffalo — 

Chicago — 



Kansas City- 
Los Angeles- 



Milwaukee — 

Minneapolis — 

New Orleans- 
New York — 



Philadelphia — 

Portland, Ore.- 
Providcnce — 
San Francisco- 
Washington — 



.41). 
.48. 
.17. 
.14. 
. .S9. 
.41. 
.41. 



Century .vODf) 

Garden 2,,U)0 

Loew's State 4.000 

iMefropoIitan 4.000 

Buffalo 3.600 

Hippodrome 2,400 

J.oew's Buffalo 3,400 

Chicago 4,100 52. 

.McV'icker's 2,400 52. 

Monroe 973...." 44. 

Oriental 2.900 ^2 . 

Orpheum 776 50. 

Roosevelt 1,400 49. 

State Lake 2,800 15. 

Liberty 1.100 49 . 

Newman 1,980 50. 

("arthay Circle 1.600 30. 

Criterion 1,600 51 . 

Figueroa L6S0 50. 

Forum 1,800 52. 

Grauman's ligyptian 1,800 51 . 

Lnews State 2,300 52. 

Metropolitan 3.700 52. 

Million Dollar 2,200 51 . 



.$1, 



1, 



Rialto / 900. 

I'ptown 1,850. 

.Albamhra 2.500. 

Garden 1,000. 

Wisconsin 3,000. 

Garrick 2,000. 

State 2,400 . 

Strand '...... 1,400. 



.12. 
. 12. 
.41 . 
.36. 
.41. 
.2'i. 
.40. 
.40. 



Loew's State 3,600 19. 

Strand 2.200 28 . 

Apollo 1,000. 20. 

Astor 1,180 ; 52 . 

Cameo 549 51. 

Capitol 5,450 52 . 



Central 922 20 

Cohan 1,195 32 

Colony 1,980 51 

Criterion 608 44 

Embassy ■ ■ 600 52 

Harris 1,051 5 

Paramount 4,000 6 $ 

Rialto 1,960 52 

Rivoli 2,200 SO 

Selwvn 1,083 9 

Strand 2,900 52 : 

Warners 1,360 SO 

Aldine 1,500 42 $ 

Fox 3,000 47 

Karltnn 1,100 46 

Stanley 4,000 48 

Stanton 1,700 45 

Liberty 1.900 36 $ 

Majestic 1,000 37 

INlajestic 2,500 48 $ 

Strand 2,200 49 

California 2.400 45 $ 

Granada 2,800 46 

Loew's Warfield 2,630 45 

Imperial .1,450 44 

Columbia 1,232 SO $ 

Metropolitan 1,S42 4'' 

National 1.737 3 

Palace ■ • 2. J90 51 

Rialto ■. 1,978 51 

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Gross 

585.250 
502,000 
634.327 
511,580 
043,500 
658,000 
579,500 
159,500 
253,600 
225,365 
.547,152 
475,485 
936,000 
294,000 
287,000 
675.400 
432,500 
,165,150 
373,600 
535,050 
,038,300 
,326,100 
.368,650 
.016.920 
87,400 
92,300 
605.600 
153,100 
727,479 
154,250 
534,600 
206,200 
288,800 
145,400 
182,800 
,012,134 
268,397 
,731,210 
255,152 
443,971 
,188,853 
476,123 
434,973 
73,598 
384,216 
,357,481 
,271,223 
161,097 
,759,248 
,036,599 
583,818 
875,000 
114,800 
,267,200 
504,500 
282,800 
174,200 
330,000 
345,700 
549,100 
919.000 
962.600 
496.000 
360 300 
490.000 
38.500 
669^800 
419.81)0 




John S. Robertson 
Productions 



For 
M. Q. M. 



Coming 



''AhlME LAURIE" 



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Mr. and Mrs. John S. Robertson 



JOSEPHINE LOVETT 



Writing for 
M Q.M. 



\ Original and^ Scenario 



'ANME LAURIE'' i 



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Ten Best Pictures of 1 926 



Ben Hur 

The Big Parade , . 
The Black Pirate . 
Beau Qeste . . . . 
Stella Dallas . . . 
The Volga Boatman 
What Price Glory . 
The Sea Beast . . 
La Boheme . . . . 



THE FILM DAILY'S annual canvass 
to determine the Ten Best Pictures 
has grown to such national proportions 
that it required over two months to com- 
plete the survey for 1926. It represents 
the greatest poll of critical motion picture 
opinion ever conducted. The final result 
herewith gives the consensus of opinion 
of over 200 screen critics in all fields- 
trade and fan publications, newspapers, 
and magazines of national circulation. 

The winning selections are: (1) "Va- 
riety." (2) "Ben Hur." 

(3) "The Black Pirate." 

(4) "The Big Parade." 

(5) "Beau Geste." (6) 
"Stella Dallas." (7) 
"The Volga Boatman." 

(8) "What Price Glory." 

(9) "The Sea Beast." 

(10) "La Boheme." 
It is with considera- 
ble satisfaction that 
THE FILM DAILY 
again presents its regu- 
lar YEAR BOOK feat- 
ure covering the Ten 
Best Pictures. This sat- 
isfaction is inspired by 
the fact that this idea 
originally conceived by 

"Danny" seven years 

ago has now become an 

event of national importance engaging 
the interest of everyone in the industry. 

It is interesting to note that Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer leads in the Ten Best 
with 3, Famous Players and United Art- 
ists have 2 each, while Prod. Dist. Corp., 
Fox and Warners score one apiece. 
Late Entries 

In fairness to certain productions such 
as "Old Ironsides" and "What Price 
Glory," it must be borne in mind that 
they were handicapped in the voting by a 
late start in the season. Inaugurating 
their long runs in December, and appear- 
ing in less than a half dozen cities, it is 
quite obvious that they could not roll up 
the volume of votes that undoubtedly 
would have been theirs under a nation- 
wide showing. 

Also the status of road show produc- 
tions must be considered. "The Big Pa- 
rade" was listed ninth in the Ten Best of 
1925, but moved up to fourth place in the 
1926 poll, due to a more general distribu- 
tion. On the other hand, "Ben Hur" did 
not appear in the 1925 list because of ex- 
clusive road showing, but captures second 
place for 1926. 

Other interesting comparisons are nu- 
merous. "Stella Dallas" is one of the 
Ten Best for 1926, and appeared promi- 



The First Ten 

Picture Votes 

Variety 169 



114 

108 

108 

100 

95 

94 

. 66 

62 

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nently in the Honor Roll for 1925. The 
Honor Roll comprises all pictures select- 
ed by various critics, but not receiving 
sufficient votes to make the Ten Best 
class. "The Gold Rush," capturing first 
honors in 1925, also appears on the Honor 
Roll for 1926. These two pictures fur- 
nish a fine illustration of an important 
point to be considered. That is the fact 
that when a popular feature such as these 
two attains more general distribution it 
is reflected in the voting. Thus one makes 
the Ten Best class in 

1925, and the other in 

1926, while both main- 
tain their popularity in 
the voting for the two 
years. The important 
fact developed here is 
that a picture is never 
old in a territory where 
it has not yet been 
shown. So the newspa- 
per reviewers are justi- 
fied in including an old 
release in their selec- 
tions. 

This year's canvass 
includes the votes of 218 
critics on trade and fan 
publications, newspa- 
' pers and national mag- 
azines. Every section 
of the United States is represented. So 
the final vote must be accepted as a fair 
appraisal of the Ten Best from a critical 
standpoint. 

A.n Extensive Poll 
The number of cities and towns covered 
in the canvass is 108. Newspapers rep- 
resented cover a total circulation of many 
millions. Certain newspapers will be 
found unlisted in the canvass, having re- 
fused for reasons of editorial policy to 
submit their selections. 

In order to insure the most complete 
poll possible, the closing date for the can- 
vass was kept open till the early part of 
January. An idea of the work involved 
can be gained from the fact that a series 
of six letters over a period of two months 
was forwarded to the newspaper critics. 
The stragglers were brought in with tele- 
graphic reminders just before closing time. 
In addition to the Ten Best selections, 
there were 134 pictures receiving votes in 
the canvass. These, comprising the Honor 
Roll, with the number of votes for each, 
will be found listed below. The complete 
poll, showing the individual Ten Best 
selections of all critics, will be found on 
pag'e 697. 



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218 Critics Cast Votes 



The reviews in THE FILM DAILY of the Ten Best Pictures foreshadowed in a 
striking way their eventual selection for the winning class. Here are the headliners: 



"Variety" 

European Triumph Destined To Be- 
come One of the Most Talked About Pro- 
ductions of the Year. Remarkable 
Achievement From Many Angles. 
"Ben Hur" 

One of the Truly Great Pictures Which 
Will Stand the Test of All Time. Par- 
ticularly Appealing to Those Who Gen- 
erally Do Not Attend Picture Houses 
and Will Delight Movie Fans as Well. 
"The Black Pirate" 

Pirates and Pieces of Eight on the 
Screen at Last. Doug's Latest Colorful. 
Thrilling and Box-Officey. 

"The Big Parade" 

They Haven't Coined the Words Which 
Properly and Fitly Describe This Tre- 
mendous Production. 

"Beau Geste" 

Excellent Story Stirringly Picturized. 
Paramount Has Used a Lavish Hand in 
Producing One of Season's Best Sellers. 



"Stella Dallas" 

Vivid, Compelling Mother Love Story 
Picturized Far Beyond Anything Like It 
That Was Ever Before Attempted. 
"The Volga Boatman" 

Splendid Dramatic Action and Appeal- 
ing Romance Told Against Interesting 
Background of the Russian Revolution. 

"What Price Glory" 

A Box Office Knockout. One of the 
Biggest of This Year and of Any Other 
Year. Certain to Make a Definite and 
Lasting Impression On All Those Who 
See It. 

"The Sea Beast" 

By Far the Most Pretentious of the 
Warner Screen Classics So Far. Bar- 
rymore's Performance Masterful. 

"La Boheme" 

Magnificent Picturization of Superb 
Tragic Love Story By Fine Artists, Plus 
Good Direction. Put This One In. 



THE HONOR ROLL 



Picture Votes 

Old Ironsides 46 

Behind the Front 44 

Don Juan 39 

Better 'Ole, The 38 

Grand Duchess and the Waiter, The 36 

Mare Nostrum 36 

Waltz Dream, The 35 

We're In the Navy Now 34 

Strong Man, The 32 

Faust 27 

Scarlet Letter, The 26 

Moana of the South Seas 24 

Three Bad Men 23 

Bardelys the Magnificent 23 

Kiki 23 

Merry Widow, The 23 

Quarterback, The 22 



Picture Votes 

Temptress, The 19 

Brown of Harvard 18 

Potemkin 17 

Son of the Sheik, The 17 

Lady Windermere's Fan 16 

Men of Steel 16 

Sparrows 16 

Vanishing American, The 16 

So This Is Paris 14 

Road to Mandalay, The 14 

Nell Gwyn 13 

Silence 13 

His People • • 12 

Beverly of Graustark 11 

Phantom of the Opera, The 11 

Return of Peter Grimm, The 11 

Tramp, Tramp, Tramp 11 



Productions which receive 



Abraham Lincoln 

Ace of Cads, The 

Across the Pacific 

Alaskan Adventures 

Aloma of South Seas 

Amateur Gentleman 

Bat, The 

Battling Butler 

Blind Goddess 

Boy Friend, The 

Campus Flirt 

Classified 

Cohens and Kelleys 

Corporal Kate 

Cyrano de Bergerac 

Dark Angel, The 

Devil Horse, The 

Devil's Circus 

Devil's Island 

Diplomacy 

Don Tuan's 3 Nights 

Don Q 

Duchess of Buffalo 

Eagle, The 

Ella Cinders 



Everybody's Acting 

Exquisite Sinner 

Fine Manners 

Fire Brigade 

First Year, The 

Flesh and the Devil 

For Heaven's Sake 

For Wives Only 

Freshman, The 

Gigolo 

God Gave Me 20 Cents 

Gold Rush, The 

Goose Woman 

Gorilla Hunt 

Grass 

Great Gatsby 

Hands Up 

His Secretary 

Hold That Lion 

Hotel Imperial 

Hunchback of Notre Dame 

Irene 

Iron Horse. The 

It's the Old Army Game 

Kid Soots 



votes of ten or less 

Kiss for Cinderella 

Laddie 

Lone Wolf Returns 

Lovey Mary 

Mannequin 

Mantrap 

Marriage Clause 

Memory Lane 

Michael Strogofif 

Midnight Sun 

Night of Love 

One Minute to Play 

Padlocked 

Paths to Paradise 

Plastic Age, The 

Prince of Tempters 

Popula> Sin, The 

Road to Yesterday 

Sally, Irene and Mary 

Sally of the Sawdust 

Sandy 

Show-Off, The 

Siege 

Skinner's Dress Suit 

Slums of Berlin 



follow: 
Social Celebrity 
Sorrows of Satan 
'So's Your Old Man 
Stage Struck 
Subway Sadie 
Tell It to Marines 
Ten Commandments 
That Royle Girl 
Thief of Bagdad 
Three Faces East 
Thundering Herd 
Tin Gods 
Tin Hats 
Torrent (Ibanez') 
Twinkletoes 
Untamed Lady 
TTo in Mabel's Room 
Up- Stage 
Wanderer, The 
Waning Sex, The 
What Happened to Jones 
Wilderness Woman 
Winning of Barbara Worth 
Wjse Gvy, The 
You'd Be Surprised 



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SIDNEY OLCOTT PRODUCTIONS 



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— 1926-^ 
For 

INSPIRATION PICTURES, Inc. 

Starring 

RICHARD BARTHELMESS 

"RANSON'S FOLLY" 

"THE AMATEUR 

GENTLEMAN" 

and 

"THE WHITE 

BLACK SHEEP" 




In Production 

for 

MR. CARL LAEMMLE 

Universal _FiIm Corp. 
Starring 

NORMAN KERRY 

in 

"THE CLAW" 



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The Ten Best Directors 

IT HAS BEEN THE CUSTOM for several years to select the best screen 
players. And each year, the ten best productions are voted by newspaper 
and trade critics throughout the United States. However, it was not 
until last June that the first effort was made to ballot for the ten leading 
directors. 

As a feature for its Annual Directors' Number, THE FILM DAILY 
asked reviewers of important publications to cast their votes for the ten best 
directors. One hundred and sixty ballots were counted when the poll closed. 
This figure included important daily newspapers, fan publications and nation- 
ally circulated magazines. And here was the result: 



Herbert Brenon 
Charles Chaplin 
James Cruze 
Cecil B. De Mille 
D. W. Griffith 



Rex Ingram 
Ernst Lubitsch 
Malcolm St. Clair 
King Vidor 
Eric Von Stroheim 



Eighty-one additional directors secured coveted places in the honor list. 
One of the interesting commentaries on the entire procedure was the promi- 
nent manner in which newly-imported directors from foreign studios were 
mentioned. The honor list follows: 



Andrews, Del 
Badger, Clarence 
Baggott, King 
Balboni, Sylvano 
Barker, Reginald 
Beaudine, Wm. 
Beaumont, Harry 
Bell, Monta 
Bern, Paul 
Blackton, J. Stuart 
Blystone, John G. 
Borzage, Frank 
Brabin, Chas. 
Brown, Clarence 
Brown, Mel 
Browning, Tod 
Buchowetzki, Dimitri 
Cabanne, Christy 
Carewe, Edwin 
Conway, Jack 
Crisp, Donald 
Crosland, Alan 
De Grasse, Joseph 
De Mille, Wm. 
Du Pont, E. A. 
Dwan, Allan 
Fitzmaurice, George 



Flaherty, Robert 
Fleming, Victor 
Flynn, Emmett J. 
Ford, John 
Franklin, Sidney 
Gade, Svend 
Goulding, Edmund 
Green, Alfred 
Henabery, Joseph 
Henley, Hobart 
Hines, Charles 
Howard, Wm. K. 
Hoyt, Harry O. 
Ince, Ralph 
Ingraham, Lloyd 
Johnson, Emory 
Julian, Rupert 
Kenton, Erie 
King, Henry 
La Cava, Gregory 
Lang, Fritz 
Leni, Paul 
Leonard, Robert Z. 
Lloyd, Frank 
Melford, George 
Milestone, Lewis 
Murnau, F. W. 
Neilan, Marshall 



Newmeyer, Fred 
Niblo, Fred 
Olcott, Sidney 
Parker, Albert 
Pollard, Harry 
Reisner, Charles 
Roberts, Stephen 
Robertson, John S. 
Santell, Albert 
Schertzinger, Victor 
Seitz, George B. 
Sloman, Edward 
Stahl, John 
Sutherland, Edward 
Taylor, Sam 
Tourneur, Maurice 
Tuttle, Frank 
Van Dyke, W. S. 
Vignola, Robert 
Von Sternberg, Jos. 
Walsh, Raoul 
Webb, Millard 
Weine, Robert 
West, Roland 
Wood, Sam 
Wray, John Griffith 



It is important to bear in mind that this poll was conducted in June 
and that since that time there have come to the fore with considerable 
rapidity a number of neiv directors. These, of course, are in no wise 
included. 



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BALBONI 



Directed 

*THE FAR CRY" 

"THE MASKED WOMAN" 



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JUNE MATHIS 

NOW 

FREE LANCING 



First Assignment for 1927 
with 



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EVE UNSELL 

ADAPTOR 



EXHIBITORS HERALD 



December 25, 1926 



Among Some of the Biggest 

MONEY MAKERS 

of 1926 as Listed 

Hcrczvifh are lisfcd tJic 104 pictures that made the most money for 
exhibitors during the year ending November 15, 1926, according to box 
(ffice statements submitted to the "HERALD." Details are given on the 
preceding page. 

Numerals opposite titles in the follozving list indicate the number of 
exhibitors who named each attraction as one of their ten biggest money 
makers of the year. Asterisk denotes picture appeared in list of "The 
Biggest Money' Makers of 1925." 



Sandy (Fox) 34 

*The Sea Hawk (F.N.) 34 

The Man on the Box (W.B.) 33 

*The Midshipman (M-G-M) 33 

His Secretary (M-G-M) 32 

*North of 36 (Par.) 31 

The Devil Horse (Pathe) 30 

*Light of Western Stars (Par.) ... 30 

Born to the West (Par.) 28 

*Graustark (F.N.) 28 

The Night Cry (W.B.) 28 

Sally (F.N.) 28 

Desert Gold (Par.) 27 

Go West (M-G-M) 27 

Men of Steel (F.N.) 27 

The Eagle (U.A.) 26 

The Dark Angel (F.N.) 25 



*The Unholy Three (M-G-M) 



24 



Below the Line (W.B.) 23 

*The Bandit's Baby (F.B.O.) 23 

The Flaming Frontier (U) 23 

Laddie (F.B.O.) 23 

Skinner's Dress Suit (U) 23 

The Tough Guy (F.B.O.) 22 

What Happened to Jones (U) 22 

We Moderns (F.N.) 22 

The Arizona Sweepstakes (U) .... 20 

Beverly of Graustark (M-G-M) ... 20 

His Heople (U) 20 

The Last Frontier (P.D.C.) 20 

All Around the Frying Pan 

(F.B.O.) 19 



^Abraham Lincoln (F.N.) 19 

Hero of the Big Snows (W.B.) . . 19 

3 Bad Men (Fox) 19 

The Johnstown Flood (Fox) 18 

Oh What a Nurse (W.B.) 18 

Stella Dallas (U.A.) 18 

-The Thief of Bagdad (U.A.) .... 18 

The Yankee Senor (Fox) 18 

The Campus Flirt (Par.) 17 

One Minute to Play (F.B.O.)... 17 

*So Big (F.N.) 17 

Tony Runs Wild (Fox) 17 

*Drusilla with a Million (F.B.O.). 16 

The Everlasting Whisper (Fox) . . 16 

The Clash of the Wolves (W.B.) 15 

Hands Across the Border (F.B.O.) 15 

*The Hunchback of Notre Dame 

(U) 15 

Madame Behave (P.D.C.) 15 

The Plastic Age (Preferred) 15 

*Quo Vadis (F.N.) 15 

Sweet Daddies (F.N.) 15 

*I'll Show You the Town (U) 14 

*The Rag Man (M-G-M) 14 

Winds of Chance (F.N.) 14 

Hardboiled (Fox) 14 

*Oh Doctor (U) 14 

It Must Be Love (F.N.) 14 

The Best Bad Man (Fox) 14 

Rolling Home (U) 14 

Senor Daredevil (F.N.) 14 



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The Best Players of 1926 



"DASED UPON the best performances listed each month in "Photoplay Magazine," 
-*-' twelve players have been avv^arded the distinction of having scored the outstanding 
acting hits during the year beginning December, 1925, and ending in November, 1926. 
Monthly, "Photoplay" mentions the six best performances, and from these are picked 
the names of the 12 players whose work surpassed that of all others. 



John Gilbert John Barrvmore 

R'l lolph Valentino Adolphe Menjou 
Clara Bow Lois Moran 



May Allison 
Gloria Swanson 
Emil Jannings 



Ramon Novarro 
Belle Bennett 
H. B. Warner 



To John Gilbert goes the signal honor of having scored three outstanding hits: in 
"The Big Parade," "La Boheme" and "Bardelys the Magnificent". 

Rudolph Valentino was mentioned for two hits: "The Eagle" and "Son of the 
Sheik". Others with two "best performances" are: Clara Bow, for "Dancing Mothers" 
and "Mantrap"; John Barrymore, "The Sea Beast" and "Don Juan"; Adolphe Menjou, 
"The Grand Duchess and the Waiter" and "A Social Celebrity"; Lois Moran, "Stella 
Dallas" and "Padlocked"; May Allison, "The Greater Glory" and "Men of Steel"; and 
Gloria Swanson, "Stagestruck" and "Fine Manners". 

Four players who made single hits are included in the "Honor Roll" because of the 
exceptional excellence of their work. They include: Emil Jannings, for "Variety"; 
Ramon Novarro, "Ben Hur," Belle Bennett, "Stella Dallas," and H. B. Warner, 
"Silence". 

The Best Performances of Each Month 



DECEMBER 1925 
Belle Bennett in "Stella Dallas" 
Lois Moran in "Stt'lla Dallas" 
Richard Dix in "The Vanishing American" 
Lew Cody in "Exchange of Wives" 
Alec Francis in "Thank Yon" 
Rudolph Schildkraut in "His People" 

JANUARY. 1926 
John Gilbert in "The Big Parade" 
Corinne Griffith in "Classified" 
Peggy Hopkins Joyce in "The Skyrocket" 
Rudolph Valentino in "The Eagle" 
Percy Marmont in "Lord Jim" 
Karl Dane in "The Big Parade" 

FEBRUARY 
Gloria Swanson in "Stagestruck" 
Ben Lyon in "Bluebeard's Seven Wives" 
Norma Shearer in "His Secretary" 
Lew Cody in "His Secretary" 
Sally O'Neill in "Sally, Irene and Mary" 
Chester Conklin in "A Woman of the World" 

MARCH 
Ramon Novarro in "Ben-Hur" 
John Barrymore in "The Sea Beast" 
Claire MacDowell in "Ben-Hur" 
Dolores Costello in "The Sea Beast" 
Carol Dempster in "That Royle Girl" 
Mary Philbin in "Stella Maris" 

APRIL 
Adolphe Menjou in "The Grand Duchess and the 

Waiter" 
Dorothy Gish in "Nell Gwyn" 
Alice Terry in "Mare Nostrum" 
Clara Bow in "Dancing Mothers" 
Wallace Beery in "Behind the Front" 
Raymond Hatton in "Behind the Front" 

MAY 
John Gilbert in "La Boheme" 
Lucy Beaumont in "The Greater Glory" 
Greta Garbo in "The Torrent" 
May Allison in "The Greater Glory" 
Louise Fazenda in "The Bat" 
Anna Q. Nilsson in "The Greater Glory" 
Edna Mae Oliver in "Let's Get Married" 
Donald Crisp in "The Black Pirate" 



JUNE 
Madge Bellamy in "Sandy" 
Norma Talmadge in "Kiki" 
Louise Dresser in "The Runaway" 
Edythe Chapman in "The Runaway" 
Harrison Ford in "Sandy" 
William Boyd in "The Volga Boatman" 
Rin-Tin-Tin in "The Night Cry" 

JULY 
Gilda Gray in "Aloma of the South Seas" 
Chester Conklin in "A Social Celebrity" 
Raymond Griffith in "Wet Paint" 
Marion Davie3 in "Beverly of Graustark" 
Gardner James in "Hell Bent fer Heaven" 
Adolphe Menjou in "A Social Celebrity" 
William Collier, Jr., in "The Rainmaker" 

AUGUST 
H. B. Warner in "Silence" 
Lois Moran in "Padlocked" 
Ford Sterling in "Good and Naughty" 
Billie Dove in "The Marriage Clause" 
Gunboat Smith in "Say It Again" 

SEPTEMBER 
Emil Jannings in "Variety" 
Milton Sills in "Men of Steel" 
Lon Chaney in "Road to Mandalay" 
Clara Bow in "Mantrap" 
May Allison in "Men of Steel" 
Doris Kenyon in "Men of Steel" 

OCTOBER 
Rudolph Valentino in "The Son of the Sheik" 
John Barrymore in "Don Juan" 
Estelle Taylor in "Don Juan" 
Florence Vidor in "You Never Know Women" 
"Red" Grange in "One Minute to Play" 
Gloria Swanson in "Fine Manners" 

NOVEMBER 
John Gilbert in "Bardelys the Magnificent" 
Eleanor Boardman in "Bardelys the Magnificent' 
Noah Beery in "Beau Geste" 
Ronald Colman in "Beau Geste" 
William Powell in "Beau Geste" 
Renee Adoree in "Tin Gods" 
Dorothy Mackaill in "Subway Sadie" 



23 



1927 

IS GOING TO BE A YEAR OF 
BIGGER and FUNNIER 

Mack Sennett Comedies 



The Romance of a Sennett Bathing 
Girl 

— a 1927 special feature-length Sennett Comedy 
— to be released following publication of the 
book written by one of America's foremost 
novelists. The true story of a girl who be- 
gan her career in a bathing suit at $10.00 a 
day and climbed to the heights of fame and 
$15,000 a week. Abounding with beautiful 
girls, intimate glimpses of studio life, and 
rich with Sennett humor. 

Johnny Burke's Famous Soldier 
Monologue 

— which has traveled the vaudeville circuit — 
north, east, south, west — will be made into 
THE War Comedy of 1927. Seven reels of 
Johnny Burke himself with a strong support- 
ing cast of popular comedians, and such Sen- 
nett beauties as Madeline Hurlock, Alice 
Day and Ruth Taylor. 

The Smith Family 

— will have another year of ups and downs, with Raymond McKee, Ruth Hiatt, 
Mary Ann Jackson, and Cap, the family dog, in the principal roles. Every- 
body's laughing at the domestic adventures of this typical American family. 

Ben Turpin Comedies 

— a series of new comic roles for the cross-eyed comedian — princeling, harem 
girl, boulevardiere — and his best loved character, the innocent country youth. 
The most beautiful of the Sennett girls will appear with Ben Turpin. 

Mack Sennett All-Star Comedies 

— will continue to convulse audiences through the antics of the well-known 
Sennett laugh makers; Eddie Quillan, Madeline Hurlock, Billy Bevan, Alice 
Day, Andy Clyde, Ruth Taylor, Barney Helium, Mary Mabery and Irving 
Bacon. Directed by Alf Goulding, Harry Edwards, Earl Rodney and Lige 
Conley. 

MACK SENNETT COMEDIES 

JOHN A. WALDRON, Gen. Mgr. 
DISTRIBUTED THROUGH PATHE EXCHANGE, INC. 




Mack Sennett 



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ADOLPH ZUKOR 



D. W. GRIFFITH 



THE INDUSTRY'S LEADERS 

Designated among "The Twelve Immortals" of the motion 
picture business by votes of members of the Associated 
Motion Picture Advertisers, Inc., on October 8, 1926. 



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JESSE L. LASKY 



SIDNEY R. KENT 



THE INDUSTRY'S LEADERS 

Designated among "The Twelve Immortals" of the motion 
picture business by votes of members of the Associated 
Motion Picture Advertisers, Inc., on October 8, 1926. 




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"Camille" 

''The Temptress" 

''Mark of Zorro" 



'Ben Hur" 
'Blood and Sand" 
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WILLIAM FOX 



S. L. ROTHAFEL 



THE INDUSTRY'S LEADERS 

Designated among "The Twelve Immortals" of the motion 
picture business by votes of members of the Associated 
Motion Picture Advertisers, Inc., on October 8, 1926. 




RICHARD A. ROWLAND 



SAM KATZ 




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John P. McCarthy 



Director 



Hs/LetrO'-Goldwyn-M ayer 



30 



Millions for Theaters 

AN INCREASE IN iheater construction this year over 1926 is indicated in a forecast 
made by "The Architectural Forum." According to this authority, construction will 
represent an aggregate investment of ii;i99, 652,500, equalnig 3.9 per cent of the total 
building in the country, against 3.1 per cent last year. 

In this forecast all sections show an increase, the smallest percentage coming from 
the Middle States. The largest is expected in the Northeastern states. The construc- 
tion estimate for 1927 follows: 

Northeastern $18,637,500 

North Atlantic 54,747,500 

Southeastern 6,995,000 

Southwestern 11,012,500 

Middle 93,367,500 

Western 14,892,500 



Total $199,652,500 

A special compilation for the FILM YEAR BOOK has been made by Samuel Ten- 
nenbaum of the "Engineering News-Record," probably the most prominent journal in 
the construction field. This periodical maintains a permanent staff of about 200 corre- 
spondents who furnish data from important key cities. The compilation as given below, 
it is important to note, covers only ihose theaters which cost $150,000 and over. The 
figures also represent only actual theater structures, and do not embrace office struc- 
tures, stores, etc., that may be included in various enterprises. The compilation covers 
the first 11 months of 1926, ending with Nov. 30th. 



State 

Alabama . 
Arizona . . , 
Arkansas . 
California 
Colorado . , 
Connecticut 
Delaware . 
Florida 
Georgia . . 
Idaho .... 
Illinois 
Indiana . . , 

Iowa 

Kansas 
Kentucky 
Louisiana 
Maine . . . . 



No. of 
Theaters 



Valuation 

11 Months, 

1926 



6.165,950 
3,220.000 
' 500,000 



21,250,000 
3,050 000 
1.250,000 



150,000 



No. of 
State Theaters 

Maryland ... 2 

Mass 20 

Michigan ... 5 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 
Missouri .... 9 

Montana 

Nebraska ... 9 

Nevada 

New Hanip. . 1 
New Jersey . . 3 
New Mexico. 
New York. . . 12 
N. Carolina. . 2 

N. Dakota 

Ohio 7 

(Oklahoma 



Valuation 

11 Months, 

1926 

$ 375,000 
5,500,000 
1,720,000 



No. of 
Theaters 



Valuation 

11 Months, 

1926 



$ 6,450,000 
800,000 



10,000,000 
4,625,000 



150 000 
2,500,000 



6,575.000 
500.000 



2,500,000 



State 
Oregon 

Penn 8 

K. 1 3 

S. Carolina 
S. Dakota. 
Tennessee . 
Texas .... 

Utah 

X'ermont . . 
Virginia 
Washington 
W. Virginia 
Wisconsin 
Wyoming . 

Total for U. S. 166 $86,353,898 



1,808,948 



504,000 
1.000,000 



5,360,000 



The heaviest month was September, with 25 theaters at a value of $15,767,550. Illi- 
nois leads in valuation with $21,250,000. Massachusetts had the largest number of 
theaters with 20, two more than Illinois, yet actual valuation was only about one-quarter. 

Out of the total number of states, 25 show no valuation, according to this source, 
indicating that not a single theater costing $150,000 or over was projected in the first 11 
months of 1926. It is interesting that Missouri with nine theaters rolls up a valuation 
of $10,000,000— second only to Illinois. 

Another special compilation for the FILM YEAR BOOK is that of F. W. Dodge 
Corp. of New York, which furnishes statistics covering il Eastern states. The com- 
parison for 1925 and 1926: 



1925 

Floor Space 



Cost 

351.000. 

497.500. 
4,890,500. 
9,111.000. 



No. 

of 

Projects 

. .. 20. . 



1926 

Floor Space 



No 
of 
Projects Square Feet 

January 11 5(1.800. 

February 15 81,900.. 

March 27 491.500. 

April 28 674.600. 

May 35 234,600 1.217.000. 

June 27 365.400 2,378.500. 

July 33 372.800 1,985,800. 

August 46 405.000 2,308,000 49 368.000.. 

.'September 30 336.400 1.781. .TOO 40 484.500 



Square Feet Cost 

. 215,500 $ 1,480,100 

30 282,300 2,749,000 

34 554.500 4,781.500 

40 342,300 2,417.800 

47 382,100 3.105,500 

50 543.500 4,171,500 

46 369,700 2,936.800 

3,643.500 
3.263.600 



October 25 186.100 1.208.000 40 424,300 4,297.600 

November 27 203,100 1,012,000 28 279.400 3,789.000 

December 31 246,400 1,521.000 30 234,200 1,654,000 



TOTAL 335 3,648,600 . 



.$28,261,600. 

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.454 4,480,300 $38,289,900 



Headline Highlights 



From 1918 to 1926 Inclusive 



1918 



April — Stockholders 
of First National Ex- 
hibitors Circuit meet. 
Robert Lieber elected 
president. 

May 8 — First issue of 
THE FILM DAILY 
(formerly "Wid's") ap- 
pears. 

Oct. 11 — Producers 
and distributors agree 
on four week shutdown 
on account of influenza 
epidemic. 

Oct. 25 — Leading pro- 
ducers meet in attempt 
to thwart Pickford- 
First National negotia- 
tions in order to end 
competitive bidding on 
star service. 

1919 



Jan. 17 — Griffith, 
Mary Pickford, "Doug" 
Fairbanks, Charles Chaplin and W. S. 
Hart combine in United Artists Corp 

May 22— Record price of $3.00 a seat 
for "Broken Blossoms" in New York. 

Oct. 2-1 — The Capitol, New York, opens. 

Nov. 18— Associated First National Pic- 
tures mcorporates with $6,000,000. 

1920 

Jan. 3 — Marcus Loew assumes control 
of Metro Pictures Corp. 

April 17— Carl Laemmle and R. H. 
Cochrane buy out P. A. Powers' interest 
in Universal. 

Aug. 30— Federal Trade Commission 
investigates Famous Players. 

Sept. 2 — Samuel Goldwyn retires from 
Goldwyn Pictures. 

1921 

June 8— Sidney R. Kent succeeds Al 
Lichtman as general manager of Famous. 

April 28— Censorship killed in 30 states. 

Aug. 21— Richard A. Rowland resigns 
as president of Metro. 

1922 

Jan. 16 — Will Hays affiliates with im- 
portant producers and distributors. 

Oct. 20 — J. D. Williams resigns as gen- 
eral manager of Associated First National. 
Succeeded by Richard A. Rowland. 

1923 

Jan. 18 — Wallace Reid dies in Holly- 
wood. 



THE everyday incidents of 
the industry, those which 
appear every morning in 
the pages of THE FILM 
DAILY, are each component 
parts of a business evolution. 
Each headline tells a story. 
Each story bridges a stream 
representing the onrush of 
events inside the industry. 
From a vantage point on these 
bridges, the observer gifted with 
a sound imagination may see 
the drama of the trade unfold 
before his eyes. 

With this in mind and be- 
cause of its sheer human inter- 
est, the editors present this 
feature — taking salient head- 
lines from THE FILM DAILY 
each year since 1918 and pre- 
senting them as a calendar of 
past events. 



Feb. 21-W. R. Hearst 
closes deal with Gold- 
wyn for distriljution. 

Aug. 28 — Balaban and 
Katz organized. 

1924 

Jan. 31 — T r i a n g 1 e 
passes into history. 

April 17 — Metro takes 
over Goldwyn and forms 
Metro-Goldwyn Corp., 
Louis B. Mayer to han- 
dle production. 

June 16 — Hodkinson 
changes name to Pro- 
ducers Dist. Corp. 

1925 



Jan. 19— Cecil De 
Mille and Producers 
Distributing Corp. close 
deal. 

April 22 — Warners 
buy out Vitagraph. 

July 21 — North Amer- 
ican Theater Cbrp. 
formed to finance theaters. 

Nov. 27 — Famous Players and B. and 
K. form Publix Theaters Corp. 

Dec. 2 — Universal Chain Theaters Corp. 
formed. To take over 1,000 houses. 



1926 



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Jan. 2 — Universal to participate 
Famous and M-G-M in UFA deal. 

Feb. 8 — Control of F. B. O. passes to 
J. P. Kennedy of Boston. 

Feb. 27 — President Coolidge signs rev- 
enue bill exempting tax on admissions up 
to 75 cents. 

March 10 — "Danny," editor of THE 
FILM DAILY, dies after brief illness. 

April 26 — Warner Bros, and Western 
Electric Co. perfect Vitaphone. 

May 6— Stanley Co. acquires $80,000,000 
in theater properties. 

May 24— United Artists to enter exhi- 
bition with 20 houses. 

June 22 — Will H. Hays extends con- 
tract with M.P.P.D.A. for ten years. 

Aug. 24 — Rudolph Valentino dies. 

Aug. 25 — Film Board of Trade declared 
legal by Department of Justice. 

Nov. 26 — Hiram Abrams dies at age of 
48. 

Dec. 3 — Paramount determines to re- 
enter short subjects. 

Dec. 8 — Jules Mastbaum, Stanley Co. 
president, dies at Philadelphia. 

Dec. 11 — Roxv Circuit incorporated for 
$150,000,000 at Dover, Del. 



{For all headlines of 1926 see page 801.) 



32 



Illlllllllllll 



PRODUCTION 



IN THIS SECTION, comprising 
almost 200 pages, is presented a 
complete and comprehensive ar- 
ray of production data. Past ex- 
perience in compilation of the FILM 
YEAR BOOK has shown the ad- 
visability of confining the general 
survey of production to a period of 
the last five years. The onward 
sweep of motion picture development 
has been so meteoric that statistics 
beyond the five-year period become 
relatively unimportant compared to 
later data. 

The one exception to this policy 
is to be found in the listing of 8,000 
titles of features, which comprises 
practically all feature pictures since 
1915. 

The record of directors, stars, 
scenario writers, cameramen and their 
work is complete for the past five 
years. It is confidently believed that 
this method of handling the vast fiel3"' 
of production v;?activities will best 
serve the interests of the greatest 
number. 



1^. ■ 



An Encyclopedia of Production 
Covering Data on Features, Direc- 
tors, Stars, Scenarists, Cameramen. 



iz 




Pach Bros. Photo 



ALICE JOYCE 



34 



Feature Releases of 1926 



AN ALPHABETICAL compilation of 740 feature productions released from January 
1, 1926, to January 1, 1927, will be found below, with a record of the footage (figures 
in parenthesis aside each title); the distributor, star, director and review date. 

Elsewhere appears a record of features released from 1915 to January 1, 1926, under 
the heading: "8,000 Titles." It will be found by consulting the index. There also ap- 
pears in this section, a record of 1926 releases arranged according to distributors, a 
compilation of stars and their work, directors and pictures they have made, cameramen 
and their achievements, a list of scenarists and writers of adaptations, and a record of 
pictures which have been made under one title and released under another. The index 
will reveal the exact location of each of these departments. 

It must be borne in mind that many of the pictures listed and appearing without 
review dates, are among December releases and will not be available for review before 
the first of the year. Also in the matter of independent producers whose pictures bear 
no review date, it must be noted that much of this product is designed for small town 
consumption and a large percentage of the releases of certain companies is not sub- 
mitted to THE FILM DAILY for review. 

Key to Distributors 

AMER. CINE. — American Cinema Assoc; ASSOC. EX. — Associated Exhibitors; FP-L. — Famous 
Players-Lasky Corp. (Paramount Pictures); FBO — Film Booking Offices; IND. — Independent Distribution; 
IST NAT. — First National Pictures; FOX — Fox Film Corp.; MGM — Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer ;PDC — Pro- 
ducers Distributing Corp.; PATHE — Pathe Exchange, Inc.; UNT. ART.— United Artists Corp.; UNIV.— 
Universal Pictures Corp. (Univ-J — Universal Jewel); WARNER — -garner Brothers Pictures, Inc. 



TITLE 


RELEASING 
COMPANY 


STAR 


REVIEW 
DIRECTOR DATE 


Accused (5000) 


Independent IND 


No Star 


Del Henderson 




Ace of Action (4447) 


Asso Ex 


No Star 


Wm. Bertram 




Ace of Cads (7786) 


FP-L 


Adolphe Menjou 


Luther Reed 


10-24-26 


Ace of Clubs, The (4459) 


Rayart-IND 


Al Hoxie 


j. P. McGowan 




Across the Pacific (6954) 


Warner 


Xo star 


Key Del Ruth 


10-17-26 


Action Galore (4752) 


Artclass-IND 


Buddy Roosevelt 


Robt. Eddy 




Adorable Deceiver (4879) 


FBO 


All erta Vaughn 


Phil Rosen 




Ain't Love Funny 


FBO 


Alherta Vaughn 


Del Andrews 




Alaskan Adventures (5678) 


Pathe 


No star 


Capt. J. Robertson 


A'most a Lady (5702) 


PDC 


Marie Prevost 


E. Mason Hoppei 


• 9-l<3-26 


Aloma of the South Seas (8514) 


FP-L 


Gilda Gray 


Maurice Tourneut 


• 5-23-26 


Amateur Gentleman, The (7790) 


1st Nat 


Richard Barthelmess 


Sidney Olcott 


9-12-26 


American Venus, The (7931) 


FP-L 


No star 


Frank Tuttle 


1-31-26 


Anything Once (4500) 


Aywon-IND. 


No star 


Justin Mc Closkey 


April Fool (7100) 


Chadwick-IND. 


Alexander Carr 


Nat Ross 


11-7-26 


Arizona Streak, The (4540) 


FBO 


Tom Tyler 


Robt. De Lacey 




Atta Boy (5775) 


Pathe 


Monty Banks 


Edw. H. Griffith 


10-3-26 


Auction Block, The (6191) 


MGM 


No star 


Hobart Henley 


2-28-26 


Bachelor Brides (5512) 


PDC 


Rod La Rocque 


Wm. K. Howard 


5-16-26 


Baited Trap, The (4358) 


Rayart-IND. 


Ben Wilson 


Stuart Paton 




Bar-C Mystery, The (4756) 


Pathe 


Dorothy Phillips 


Robt. F. Hill 


3-21-26 


Bardelys, The Magnificent (8564) 


MGM 


John Gilbert 


King Vidor 


10-17-26 


Barrier, The (6479) 


MGM 


No star 


Geo. Hill 


4-4-26 


Bat, The (7570) 


l^nt Art 


No star 


Roland West 


3-21-26 



35 




EDWARD H. GRIFFITH 



DIRECTOR 



"An artist in production .... With a genius for 
comedy . . . . " 

NOW DIRECTING 
"AFRAID TO LOVE," with FLORENCE VIDOR 
Famous Players-Lasky West Coast 'Studio 
'^ NEWEST RELEASE IN PREPARATION 

'ATTA BOY," Pathe Feature "FRESH AIR," a Harry Rapf 

Comedy Hit, with Unit Comedy, for Metro- 

Monty Banks Goldwyn-Mayer Studios 



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TITLE 



RELEASING 
COMPANY 



STAR 



REVIEW 
DIRECTOR DATE 



Battling Butler (7013) 


MGM 


Buster Keaton 


Buster Keaton 


8-29-26 


Beau Geste (10000) 


FF-L 


No star 


Herbert Brenon 


8-15-26 


Beautiful Cheat, The (6583) 


Univ-J 


Laura La Plante 


Edw. Sloman 


2-7-26 


Behind the Front (5555) 


FPL 


No star 


Edw. Sutherland 


2-14-26 


Belle of Broadway. The (5877) Columbia-IND. 


Betty Compson 


Harry O. Hoyt 




Bells, The (6300) 


Chadwick-IND. 


Lionel Barrymore 


James Young 


10-31-26 


Beloved Rogue, The 


Unt Art 


John Barrymore 


Alan Crosland 




Ben-Hur (12000) 


MGM 


No star 


Fred Niblo 


1-24-26 


Better Man, The (4703) 


FBO 


Richard Talmadge 


Scott Dunlap 


8-15-26 


Better 'Ole, The (9481) 


Warner 


Sidney Chaplin 


Chas. Reisner 


10-17-26 


Better Way, The (5540) 


Columbia-IND. 


No star 


Ralph Ince 




Beverly of Graustark (6644) 


MGM 


Marion Davies 


Sidney Franklin 


5-2-26 


Beyond All Odds (4324) 


Chesterfield-IND. 


Eileen Sedgwick 


Alvin J. Neitz 




Beyond the Rockies (4851) 


FBO 


Bob Custer 


Jack Nelson 




Beyond the Trail (3572) 


Chesterfield-IND. 


Bill Fatten 


Al Herman 




Big Show, The (5385) 


Asso Ex 


John Lowell 


Geo. Terwilliger 


7-25-26 


Big Pal (4700) 


Royal-IND. 


No star 


John G. Adolfi 




Bigger Than Barnum's (5391) FBO 


No star 


Ralph Ince 


7-4-26 


Black Bird, The (6623) 


MGM 


Lon Chaney 


Tod Browning 


2-7-26 


Black Paradise (4962) 


Fox 


Buck Jones 


R. Wm. Neill 


6-13-26 


Black Pirate, The (8388) 


Unt Art 


Douglas Fairbanks 


Albert Parker 


3-21-26 


Blackguard, The (6016) 


Lee-Bradford-IND. 


No star 


Graham Cutts 




Blarney (6055) 


MGM 


No star 


Marcel De Sano 


10-10-26 


Blind Goddess, The (7363) 


FPL 


No star 


Victor Fleming 


4-18-26 


Block Signal, The (5900) 


Lunias-IND. 


Ralph Lewis 


Frank O'Connor 


10-10-26 


Blonde Saint, The (6800) 


1st Nat 


No star 


Svend Gade 


11-28-26 


Blue Blood (5600) 


Chadwick-IND. 


No star 


Scott Dunlap 




Blue Eagle, The (6200) 


Fox 


No star 


John Ford 


9-19-26 


Bluebeard's Seven Wives (7774) 1st Nat 


No star 


Al Santell 


1-3-26 


Blue Blazes (5000) 


Univ 


Pete Morrison 


Jos. Franz 


1-10-26 


Blue Streak, The (5000) 


FBO 


Richard Talmadge 


Mason Noel 


3-7-26 


Bonanza Buckaroo (4460) 


Asso Ex 


No star 


Richard Thorpe 




Boob, The (5020) 


MGM 


No star 


Wm. Wellman 


6-6-26 


Border Rider (5000) 


Sierra-IND. 


No star 


Fred Reel. Jr. 




Border SheriiT, The (4440) 


Univ 


Jack Hoxie 


Robt. Bradbury 


3-14-26 


Border Whirlwind, The 


FBO 


Bob Custer 


J. P. McCarthy 




Born to Battle (5100) 


FBO 


Tom Tyler 


Robt. De Lacey 




Born to the West (6042) 


FPL 


No star 


John Waters 


8-15-26 


Boy Friend. The (5529) 


MGM 


No star 


Monta Bell 


9-5-26 


Braveheart (7225) 


PDC 


Rod La Rocque 


Alan Hale 


1-17-26 


Breed of the Sea (6450) 


FBO 


No star 


Ralph Ince 




Bred in Old Kentucky 


FBO 


Viola Dana 


Eddie Dillon 




Broadway Billy (5494) 


Rayart-IND 


Billy Sullivan 


Harry J. Brown 




Bride of the Storm (6826) 


Warner 


Dolores Costello 


J. S. Blackton 


4-11-26 



37 




Manuel Freres Photo 



Hope Hampton 



38 



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RELEASING 
COMPANY 



STAR 



REVIEW 
DIRECTOR DATE 



Broadway Boob, The (5683) 


Asso Ex 


Glenn Hunter 


Jos. Henabery 


3-21-26 


Broadway Gallant, The (5510) 


FBO 


Richard Talmadge 


Mason Noel 


6-6-26 


Broken Hearts (7800) 


Jaflfe Art Films 


No star 


Maurice Schwartz 3-7-26 


Broken Hearts of Hollywood 
(7770) 


Warner 


Patsy Ruth Miller 


Lloyd Bacon 


10-10-26 


Broken Homes (6600) 


True Story-IND. 


No star 


Hugh Dierker 




Brooding Eyes (5760) 


Sterling-IND 


Lionel Barryniore 


E. J. LeSaint 


4-11-26 


Brown Derby, The (6700) 


1st Nat 


Johnny Hines 


Chas. Hines 


6-20-26 


Brown of Harvard (7980) 


MOM 


No star 


Jack Conway 


5-9-26 


Buckaroo Kid, The (6167) 


Univ 


Hoot Gibson 


Lynn Reynolds 


11-14-26 


Bucking the Truth (4305) 


Univ 


Pete Morrison 


Milburn Morante 8-8-26 


Buffalo Bill on the U. P. Trail 
(5104) 


SunsetlND. 


Roy Stewart 


Frank S. Mattison 


Buried Gold (4643) 


Rayart-IND. 


Al Hoxie 


J. P. McGowar 




Business of Love (6019) 


Astor-IND. 


No star 


Jesse Robbins 




Call of the Klondike, The (5803) Rayart-IND. 


Gaston Glass 


Oscar Apfel 


8-15-26 


Call of the Wilderness (4218) Asso Ex 


Sandow (dog) 


Jack Nelson 




Campus Flirt, The (6702) 


FPL 


Bebe Daniels 


Clarence Badger 


9-26-26 


Canadian, The (7753) 


FPL 


Thos. Meighan 


Wm. Beaudine 


12-5-26 


Canyon of Light, The (5399) 


Fox 


Tom Mix 


Benj. Stoloflf 


12-19-26 


Carnival Girl, The (4962) 


Asso Ex 


No star 


Cullen Tate 




Cat's Pajamas, The (5790) 


FPL 


No star 


Wm. Wellman 




Cave Man, The (6843) 


Warner 


No star 


Lewis Milestone 


3-7-26 


Certain Young Man, A 


MGM 


Ramon Novarro 


Hobart Henley 




Chasing Trouble (4585) 


Univ 


Pete Morrison 


Milburn Morante 


7-18-26 


Checkered Flag, The (6071) 


Sterling-IND. 


Elaine Hammerstein 


John Adolfi 


1-24-26 


Cheerful Fraud, The (6945) 


Univ-J 


Reginald Denny 


Wm. A. Seiter 


12-12-26 


Chip of the Flying U (6596) 


Univ-J 


Hoot Gibson 


Lynn Reynolds 


3-28-26 


Christine of the Big Tops (5316) Sterling-IND. 


No star 


Archie Mayo 




City, The (5500) 


Fox 


No star 


R. Wm. Neill 


11-21-26 


Clinging Vine, The (6400) 


PDC 


Leatrice Joy 


Paul Sloane 


8-8-26 


Code of the Northwest (3965) 


Asso Ex 


No star 


Frank S. Mattison 


Cohens and Kellys, The (7774) 


Univ-J 


No star 


Harry Pollard 


3-7-26 


College Boob, The (5340) 


FBO 


Lefty Flynn 


Harry Garson 


8-22-26 


College Days (7181) 


Tififany-IND. 


No star 


Richard Thorpe 


10-24-26 


Combat (6714) 


Univ-J 


House Peters 


Lynn Reynolds 


2-14-26 


Coming An' Going (4603) 


Artclass-IND. 


BuflFalo Bill, Jr. 


Richard Thorpe 




Corporal Kate (7460) 


PDC 


\^era Reynolds 


Paul Sloan 


12-26-26 


Count of Luxembourg, The 
(6400) 


Ch'adwick-IND. 


Geo. Walsh 


Arthur Gregor 


2-14-26 


Country Beyond, The (6363) 


Fox 


No star 


Irving Cummings 


10-24-26 


Cowboy and the Countess, The 
(5350) 


Fox 


Buck Jones 


R. Wm. Neill 


2-7-26 


Cowboy Courage (4300) 


Aywon-IND. 


Kit Carson 


Not credited 




Cowboy Musketeer, The (4500) 


FBO 


Tom Tyler 


Robt. De Lacey 


12-20-25 



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Photo 


WARNEK 


BAXTEK 







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TITLE 



RELEASING 
COMPANY 



STAR 



REVIEW 
DIRECTOR DATE 



Crossed Signals (4318) 


Rayart-IND. 


Helen Holmes 


J. P. McGowan 




Crown of Lies (5016) 


FPL 


Pola Negri 


D. Buchowetzki 


4-11-26 


Cruise of the Jasper B, The 


PDC - - 


- — Rod La- Rocqxie 


Jas. W. Home 




Dame Chance (6769) 


Amer Cme-INU. 


No star 


David Hartford 


10-24-26 


Dance Madness (6410) 


AIGM '-V 


No star ■ 


Robt. Z. Leonard 2-7-26 


Dancer of Paris, The (6220) 


1st Nat 


No star 


Alfred Santell 


4-4-26 


Dancing Days (5900) 


Preferred- INJJ. 


Helene Chadwick 


Albert J. Kelley 


9-19-26 


Dancing Mothers (7169) 


FPL 


No star 


Herbert Brenon 


2-28-26 


Danger Girl, The (5660) 


PUC 


Priscilla Dean ,»; 


Edw. Dillon 


l-31-2£ 


Danger Quest, The (5492) 


Kayart-IND. 


Reed Howes 


Harry J. Brown 




Dangerous Dub, The (5000) 


Asso Ex 


Buddy Roosevelt 


Richard Thorpe 




Dangerous Dude, The (5087) 


Rayart-IND. 


Reed Howes 


Harry J. Brown 


8-29-26 


Dangerous Friends (5200) 


Sterling-IND. 


No star 


Finis Fox 


11-7-26 


Dangerous Traffic (4300) 


Goodwill-IND. 


No star 


Bennett Cohn 




Dangerous Virtue (5032) 


Lee-Bradford-IND. 


No star 


Graham Cutts 


11-7-26 


Daniel Boone Thru the Wilder- 
ness (5587) 


Sunset-IND. 


Roy Stewart 


Frank Mattison 




Davy Crocket at the Fall of 
the Alamo (5440) 


Sunset-IND. 


Cullen Landis 


R. N. Bradbury 




Dead Line, The (5000) 


FliO 


Bob Custer 


Jack Nelson 


8-15-26 


Defend Yourself (5200) 


EIlbee-IND. 


No star 


Dell Henderson 




Demon, The (5000) 


Univ 


Jack Hoxie 


Cliff Smith 




Desert Demon (5012) 


Artclass-IND. 


Buffalo Bill, Jr. 


Richard Thorpe 




Desert Gold (6900) 


FPL 


Nostar 


Geo. B. Seitz 


4-4-26 


Desert Greed (5000) 


Goodwill-IND. 


Yakima Canutt 


Jacques Jaccard 




Desert's Toll, The (5376) 


MGM 


No star 


Clifford Smith 


11-21-26 


Desperate Chance, A (4462) 


Rayart-IND. 


Bob Reeves 


J. P. McGowan 




Desperate Game, The (4400) 


Univ 


Pete Morrison 


Jos. Franz 


12-6-25 


Desperate Moment, A (5751) 


Sterling-IND. 


Wanda Hawley 


Jack Dawn 


12-26-25 


Desperate Odds (5000) 


Sierra-IND. 


No star 


H. B. Carpenter 




Deuce High (4550) 


Artclass-IND. 


Buffalo Bill, Jr. 


Richard Thorpe 




Devil's Circus, The (6770) 


MGM 


Norma Shearer 


Benj. Christiansen 


1 4-18-26 


Devil's Dice (5377) 


Sterling-IND. 


No star 


Tom Formah 


10-31-26 


Devil Horse (5855) 


Pathe 


Rex (horse) 


Fred Jackman 


7-18-26 


Devil's Island (6300) 


Chadwick-IND. 


Pauline Frederick 


Frank O'Connor 


8-8-26 


Dice Woman, The (5614) 


PDC 


Priscilla Dean 


Edw. Dillon 


6-20-26 


Diplomacy (6950) 


FP-L 


No star 


Marshall Neilan 


9-19-26 


Dixie Flyer, The (5610) 


Rayart-IND. 


Cullen Landis 


Chas. J. Hunt 


10-24-26 


Dixie Merchant, The (5126) 


Fox 


No star 


Frank Borzage 


3-7-26 


Don't (5529) 


MGM 


No star 


Alf Goulding 


2-21-26 


Don Juan (10018) 


Warner 


John Barrymore 


Alan Crosland 


8-15-26 


Don Juan's Three Nights (6374) 


1st Nat 


No star 


John F. Dillon 


10-3-26 


Don X (5000) 


Goodman-IND. 


No star 


Forrest Sheldon 




Double Fisted (5000) 


Rayart-IND. 


Jack Perrin 


Harry Webb 





41 




Chidnoff Photo 

LOIS MORAN 

IN 

"The Prince of Tempters" 

'Stella Dallas" "The Road To Mandalay" 

"Padlocked" "God Gave Me Twenty Cents* 

"The Music Master" 

MURRAY HILL 5200 



42 



TITLE 



RELEASING 
COMPANY 



STAR 



REVIEW 
DIRECTOR DATE 



Double Daring (4797) 


Artclass-IND. 


Wally Wales 


Richard Thorpe 




Driftin' Thru (4820) 


Pathe 


Harry Carey 


Scott Dunlap 


2-21-26 


Duchess of Bufifalo, The (6940) 


1st Nat 


Constance Talniadge 


Sidney Franklin 


8-22-26 


Dude Cowboy, The (4953) 


KliO 


Hob Custer 


Jack Nelson 




Eagle of the Sea, The (7250) 


FP-L 


No star 


Frank Lloyd 


11-21-26 


Early to Wed (5912) 


Fox 


No star 


Frank Borzage 


5-16-26 


Earth Woman, The (5830) 


Asso Ex 


No star 


Walter Lang 


4-18-26 


Easy Going (4167) 


Artclass-IND. 


Buddy Roosevelt 


Richard Thorpe 




Ella Cinders (6540) 


1st Nat 


Colleen Moore 


Alfred E. Green 


6-13-26 


knchanted Hill, The (6326) 


FPL 


No star 


Irvin Willat 


1-10-26 


Lnemy of Men (5508) 


Columbia- 1 ND. 


Dorothy Kevier 


Frank Strayer 


1-10-26 


Ermine and Rhinestones (5334) 


Jans-IND 


No star 


Burton King 


8-1S-26 


Escape, The (4500) 


Univ 


Pete Morrison 


Milburn Morante 


4-4-26 


Everybody's Acting (6139) 


FP-L 


No star 


Marshall Neilan 


11-14-26 


Eve's Leaves (6754) 


PDC 


Leatrice Joy 


Paul Sloane 


5-30-26 


Exclusive Rights 


Preferred- 1 ND. 


i\o star 


Frank O'Connor 


11-28-26 


Exit Smiling (6461) 


MGM 


Beatrice Lillie 


Sam '1 aylor 


11-14-26 


Exquisite Sinner, The (5977) 


MGM 


No star 


Jos. Von Sternberg 


Eyes of the Desert (5000) 


Sierra-IND. 


No star 


Fred. Reel, Jr. 




Eyes Right (5000) 


Goodwill-IND. 


No star 


Louis Chaudet 




False Alarm, The (5235) 


Columbia-IND. 


Xo star 


Frank O'Connor 




False Friends (5000) 


Goodwill-IND. 


No star 


Francis Ford 




Family Upstairs, The (5971) 


Fox 


No star 


J. G. BIy stone 


7-25-26 


Far Cry, The (6868) 


1st Nat 


No star 


Balboni 


2-28-26 


Fascinating Youth (7000) 


FP-L 


No star 


Sam Wood 


3-7-26 


Fast Freight, The (3514) 


RayartlND. 


Helen Holmes 


J. P. McGowan 




Fate of a Flirt, The (5793) 


Columbia-IND. 


Dorothy Revier 


Frank Strayer 




Faust (8110) 


MGM 


Emil Jannings 


F. W. Murnau 


12-12-26 


Feud Woman, The (5000) 


Sierra-IND. 


No star 


R. E. Williamson 


Fifth Avenue (5503) 


PDC 


No star 


Robt. Vignola 


2-28-26 


Fig Leaves (6498) 


Fox 


No star 


Howard Hawks 


7-11-26 


Fighting Buckaroo (5095) 


Fox 


Buck Jones 


R. Wm. Neill 


4-25-26 


Fighting Cheat, The (4626) 


Artclass-IND. 


Wally Wales 


Richard Thorpe 




Fighting Boob, The (4549) 


FI50 


Bob Custer 


Jack Nelson 


5-2-26 


Fighting Edge, The (6369) 


Warner 


No star 


Henry Lehrman 




Fighting Fate (4991) 


RayartlND. 


Billy Sullivan 


Albert Rogell 


1-17-26 


Fighting Gob, The (5200) 


Ay won- 1 ND. 


Gordon Clifford 


Harry L. Fraser 




Fighting Luck (4175) 


Rayart-IND. 


Bob Reeves 


J. P. McGowan 




Fighting Marine, The (6977) 


Pathe 


Gene Tunney 


Spencer G. Bennet 


Fighting Peacemaker, The (4292) 


1 Univ 


Jack Hoxie 


Clifford Smith 




Fighting Stallion (5000) 


Goodwill-IND. 


Yakima Canutt 


Ben Wilson 





43 




ELMER CLIFTON 

Producer of 




Suite 1105-06, 441 Lexington Avenue, New York 



44 



TITLE 



RELEASING 
COMPANY 



STAR 



Fighting Thorobreds (4688) Rayart-IND. 



Hilly Sullivan 



REVIEW 
DIRECTOR DATE 

Harry J. Brown 

Reeves Eason 

Richard Rosson 9-5-26 

Wm. Nigh 1-2-27 

Richard Thorpe 

Frank Borzage 1-10-26 

Lewis Moomaw 8-29-26 

Edw. Dillon 8-15-26 

Geo. Melford 7-11-26 

Reginald Barker 11-28-26 

Edw. Sedgwick 4-11-26 

Jas. Hogan 

Harmon Weight 1-31-26 

Henry McCarthy 

Clarence Brown 

Orville Dull 9-19-26 

Mason Noel 

Jas. C. McKay 

Roy Del Ruth 7-18-26 

Wm. DeMille 10-31-26 

Alan Hale 5-2-26 

Stuart Paton 

F. H. Weight 10-17-26 

Sam Taylor 4-11-26 

Not credited 

John Waters 9-19-26 

Victor Heerman 

Emory Johnson _ 10-24-26 

J. Ray Friedgen 

Stuart Paton 10-24-26 

Scott Dunlap 7-4-26 

Duke Worne 

Wm. J. Craft 9-19-26 

Richard Thorpe 

Robert Eddy 

Frederick Reel, Jr 

John M. Stahl 9-19-26 

Buster Keaton- 
Clyde Bruckman 

Harry L. Eraser 

W. S. Van Dyke 7-18-26 

Francis Ford 

Wm. K. Howard 10-3-26 



Fight to a Finish, A (4500) Columbia-IND. 



Wm. Fairbanks 



Fine Manners, (6435) 



FPL 



Gloria Swanson 



Fire Brigade, The (8616) 



MGM 



No star 



First Night, The 



Tiifany-IND. 



First Year, The (5038) 



Fox 



No star 



Flames (5888) 



Flame of the Argentine (5004) FHO 



Evelyn Brent 



Flame of the Yukon, The (5800) PIJC 



No star 



Flaming Forest (6567) 



MG.M 



Xo star 



Flaming Frontier, The (8828) Univ 



Hoot Gibson 



Flaming Fury 



FUO 



I'i.anger (dog) 



Flaming Waters (6591) 



FHO 



Xo star 



Flashing Fangs (4853) 



FliO 



Ranger (dog) 



Flesh and the Devil 



MGM 



lohn Gilbert 



Flying Horseman, The (4971) Fo.x 



Buck Tones 



Flying Mail, The (4500) 



Asso Ex 



No star 



Fools of Fashion (6484) 



Tiffany-IND. 



No star 



Footloose Widows (7163) 



Warner 



Xo star 



For Alimony Only (6070) 



PDC 



Leatrice Joy 



Forbidden Waters (5333) 



PDC 



Priscilla Dean 



Forest Havoc (5746) 



EIIbee-IND. 



Forrest Stanley 



Forever After (6330) 



1st Nat 



X'o star 



For Heaven's Sake (5356) 



FP-L 



Harold Lloyd 



For Her People (5000) 



Capital-IND. 



Raquel Meller 



Forlorn River (5992) 



FPL 



No star 



For Wives Only (5800) 



PDC 



Marie Prevost 



Fourth Commandment, The 
(7560) 



Univ-J 



No star 



Free Kisses (4500) 



Aywon-IND. 



No star 



Frenzied Flames (5135) 



Ellbee-IND. 



Cullen Landis 



Frontier Trail, The (5573) 



Pathe 



Harry Carey 



Gallant Fool, The 



Rayart-IND. 



Billy Sullivan 



Galloping Cowboy, The (4639) Asso Ex 



Bill Cody 



Galloping On (4292) 



Artclass-IND. 



Wally Wales 



Galloping Jinx (4588) 



Artclass-IND. 



Buddy Roosevelt 



Gasoline Cowboy, The (5000) Sierra-IND. 



No star 



Gay Deceiver, The (6671) 



MGM 



No star 



General, The 



Unt Art 



Buster Keaton 



General Custer at Little Big 

Horn (5094) Sunset-INT). 



Roy Stewart 



Gentle Cyclone. The (4825) Fox 



Buck Jones 



Ghetto Shamrock, The (5000) Goodwill-IND. 



N'o star 



Gigolo (7295) 



PDC 



Rod La Rocque 



45 




Hommel Photo 



WILLIAM BEAUDINE 



Director 



MARY PICKFORD in \ '}'''^^ Annie Rooney" 

Sparrows" 

'That's My Baby" 

"Hold That Lion" 

TOMMY MEIGHAN in "The Canadian" 



DOUGLAS MacLEAN ir 



At Present With 



f\clrq^o/dcv(//j'^^CT 



After March First ? ? ? 



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RELEASING 
COMPANY 



STAR 



REVIEW 
DIRECTOR DATE 



Gilded Butterfly, The (6202) 


Fox 


No star 


J. G. Wray 


1-24-26 


Gilded Highway. The (6927) 


Warner 


No star 


J. S. Blackton 


4-25-26 


Girl From Montmartre (7067) 


Ist Nat 


No star 


Alfred E. Green 


3-7-25 


Glenister of the Mounted (5480) KBO 


Lefty Flynn 


Harry Garson 


6-13-26 


God Gave Me Twenty Cents 

(6532) FPL 


No star 


Herbert Brenon 


11-28-26 


Going Crooked (5345) 


Fox 


No star 


Geo. Melford 


12-19-26 


Going the Limit (4690) 


FBO 


No star 


Chet Withey 




Golden Cocoon, The (6963) 


Warner 


No star 


Millard Webb 


12-20-25 


Golden Strain, The (5989) 


Fox 


No star 


V. Schertzinger 


12-20-25 


Golden Web. The (6224) 


Lumas-IND. 


Lillian Rich 


Walter Lang 




Good and Naughty (7680) 


FPL 


Pola Negri 


Malcolm St. Clair 6-20-26 


Grand Duchess and the Waiter 
(6314) 


FP-L 


Adolphe Menjou 


Malcolm St. Clait 


■ 2-21-26 


Great Deception. The (5855) 


1st Nat 


No star 


Howard Higgin 


8-22-26 


Great Gatsby. The (7296) 


FPL 


No star 


Herbert Brenon 


11-28-26 


Great Jewel Robbery, The 
(4800) 


Kerman-IND. 


No star 


John Ince 




Great K & A Train Robbery 
(4800) 


Fox 


Tom Mix 


Lew Seller 


10-10-26 


Greater Glory, The (9710) 


1st Nat 


No star 


Curt Rehfeld 


S-16-26 


Grey Devil, The (4274) 


Rayart-IND. 


Jack Perrin 


Bennett Cohn 




Hair Trigger Baxter (4690) 


FBO 


Bob Custer 


Jack Nelson 




Hands Across the Border (5267) FBO 


Fred Thomson 


David Kirkland 


5-30-26 


Handsome Brute, The (4779) 


Columbia-IND. 


Wm. Fairbanks 


Robt. Eddy 


7-18-26 


Hands Up (5883) 


FPL 


Raymond Griffith 


Clarence Badger 


1-24-26 


Hardboiled (5679) 


Fox 


Tom Mix 


J. G. Blystone 


8-15-26 


Heart of a Coward, The (5301) Rayart-IND. 


Billy Sullivan 


Duke Worne 


8-22-26 


Hearts and Fists (5438) 


Asso Ex 


No star 


Lloyd Ingraham 


2-28-26 


Hearts and Spangles (5700) 


Lumas-IND. 


No star 


Frank O'Connor 




Hell Bent Fer Heaven (6578) 


Warner 


No star 


J. S. Blackton 


5-9-26 


Hell's 400 (5582) 


Fox 


No star 


J. G. Wray 


5 -30-26 


Hellhounds of the Plains (5000) Goodwill-IND. 


Yakima Canutt 


Ben Wilson 




He-Man's Country, A (4620) 


Rayart-IND. 


Dick Hatton 


Dick Hatton 




Her Big Adventure (4800) 


Kerman-IND. 


No star 


John Ince 




Her Big Night (7603) 


Univ-J 


Laura LaPlante 


Melville Brown 


8-22-26 


Her Honor, the Governor (6709) FBIO 


Pauline Frederick 


Chet Withey 


81-26 


Her Man O'War (6106) 


PDC 


No star 


Frank Urson 


10-24-26 


Her Own Story (5000) 


Goodwill-IND. 


No star 


Francis Ford 




Her Second Chance (6420) 


1st Nat 


No star 


Lambert Hillyer 


4-25-26 


Here He Comes (5000) 


Sierra-IND. 


No star 


Travers Corby 




Hero of the Big Snows (4582) 


Warner 


Rin Tin Tin (dog) 


Herman Raymaki 


er 


Heroes of the Night (5800) 


Lumas-IND. 


No star 


Frank O'Connor 





47 




MELVILLE BROWN 

Director 

"Her Big Night" **Taxi, Taxi" **Slow Down" 
Reginald Denny Racing Story 

Universal Pictures 



48 



TITLE 



RELEASING 
COMPANY 



STAR 



REVIEW 
DIRECTOR DATE 



Hidden Way, The (5919) 


Asso Ex 


No star 


Jos. De Grasse 




Highbinders, The (5486) 


Asso Ex 


No star 


Geo. Terwilliger 


5-2-26 


High Flyer, The (5610) 


Rayart-IND. 


Reed Howes 


Harry J. Brown 


11-7-26 


High Hand, The (5679) 


Pathe 


Leo Maloney 


Leo Maloney 


9-19-26 


High Steppers (6136) 


1st Nat 


No star 


Edwin Carewe 




High-Jacking Rustlers (4935) 


Rayart-IND. 


Jack Perrin 


Bennett Cohn 




His Greatest Battle (4300) 


Aywon-IND. 


Kit Carson 


Robt. J. Horner 




His Jazz Bride (6420) 


Warner 


No star 


Herman Raymaker S-2-26 


His New York Wife (5294) 


Preferred- 1 NO. 


Alice Day 


Albert J. Kelley 


11-21-26 


Hold That Lion (5811) 


FP-L 


Douglas MacLean 


Wm. Beaudine 


9-12-26 


Honeymoon Express, The (6768) Warner 


No star 


James Flood 




Honesty-the Best Policy (4200) 


Fox 


No star 


Chester Bennett 


9-12-26 


Hoodoo Ranch (4414) 


ArtcIassIND. 


Buddy Roosevelt 


Wm. Bertram 




Hurricane Horseman, The (4440] 


)Artclass-IND. 


Wally Wales 


Robt. Eddy 




Ibanez' Torrent (6485) 


MGM 


No star 


Monta Bell 


3-7-26 


Ice Flood The (5747) 


Univ-J 


Kenneth Harlan- 
Viola Dana 


Geo. B. Seitz 


9-19-26 


Imposter, The (5457) 


FBO 


Evelyn Brent 


Chet Withey 


6-27-26 


In Borrowed Plumes (5719) 


Arrow-IND. 


No star 


Victor Halperin 


3-7-26, 


In Broncho Land 


Rayart-IND. 


Dick Hatton 


Archie Ricks 




Infatuation (5794) 


1st Nat 


Corinne Griffith 


Irving Cummings 


1-10-26 


In Search of a Hero (5000) 


Gerson-IND. 


Richard Holt 


Duke Worne 




Into Her Kingdom (6446) 


1st Nat 


Corinne Griffith 


Svend Gade 


8-22-26 


Irene (8400) 


I St Nat 


Colleen Moore 


Alfred E. Green 


3-7-26 


Iron Fist, The (4366) 


Rayart-IND. 


Bob Reeves 


J. P. McGowan 




Isle of Retribution (6388) 


FBO 


No star 


James Hogan 


7-4-26 


Is That Nice 


FBO 


No star 


Del Andrews 




It Must Be Love (6844) 


1st Nat 


Colleen Moore 


Alfred E. Green 


10-10-26 


It's the Old Army Game (6889) FPL 


W. C. Fields 


Edw. Sutherland 


7-18-26 


Jack O'Hearts (5881) 


Amer Cine-IND. 


No star 


David Hartford 


10-17-26 


Jade Cup The (4656) 


FRO 


Evelyn Brent 


Frank Hall Crane 7-11-26 


Jazz Girl (5300) 


M. P. Guild-IND. 


Edith Roberts 


Howard Mitchell 




Joanna (7900) 


1st Nat 


No star 


Edwin Carewe 


12-20-25 


Johnstown Flood, The (6357) 


Fox 


No star 


Irving Gumming 


s 3-7-26 


Josselyn's Wife (5765) 


Tiflfany-IND. 


Pauline Frederick 


Richard Thorpe 


11-14-26 


Just Another Blond (56j3) 


1st Nat 


- No star 


Alfred Santell 


12-19-26 


Just Suppose (5992) 


1st Nat 


Richard Barthelmess 


Kenneth Webb 


1-24-26 


Just Travelin' (5000) 


Sierra-IND. 


No star 


H. B. Carpenter 




Keep Going (5000) 


S'erra-IND. 


No star 


Jack Horry 




Kentucky Handicap, The (5000] 


1 Rayart-IND. 


Reed Howes 


Harry J. Brown 




Kick-Off, The (5750) 


Excellent-IND. 


Geo. Walsh 


Wesley Ruggles 


9-S-26 


Kid Boots (7114) 


FP-L 


Eddie Cantor 


Frank Tuttle 


10-31-26 


Kiki (8299) 


1st Nat 


Norma Talmadge 


Clarence Brown 


4-11-26 



49 



■ 












Edward 

Edii 

Unive 


J. Montague 

tor-in-Cliief 

rsal Pictures 



SO 



TITLE 



RELEASING 
COMPANY 



STAR 



REVIEW 
DIRECTOR DATE 



King of the Pack, The (6600) 


Lumas-IND. 


Peter the Great (dog) 


F. Richardson 


11-14-26 


King of the Saddle (4530) 


As so Ex 


No star 


Wm. Kraft 




King of the Turf (6210) 


FBO 


No star 


.las. Hogan 


3-7-26 


Kit Carson Over the Great 
Divide (5738) 


Sunset-IND. 


Roy Stewart 


Frank Mattison 




Kosher Kitty Kelly (6103) 


FBO 


No star 


.las. Home 


9-26-26 


La Boheme (7516) 


MOM 


Gish-Gilbert 


King Vidor 


3-7-26 


Laddie (6931) 


FBO 


No star 


J. Leo Meehan 


8-22-26 


Ladies at Play (6119) 


1st Nat 


No star 


Alfred E. Green 


12-12-26 


Ladies of Leisure (5258) 


Columbia-IND. 


Elaine Hammerstein 


Thos. Buckingham 


Lady from Hell, The (5337) 


Asso Ex 


Blanche Sweet 


Stuart Paton 


4-4-26 


Lady of the Harem (5717) 


FPL 


No star 


Raoul Walsh 


8-22-26 


Last Alarm, The (5274) 


Kayart-IND. 


Wanda Hawley 


Oscar Apfel 




Last Chance, The (44S0) 


Chestei-field-lND. 


Rill Pattun 


H. B. Carpenter 




Last Frontier, The (7800) 


PDC 


No star 


Geo. B. Seitz 




Lawful Cheaters, The (4946) 


SchiiUie-R-IND. 


Clara Bow 


Frank O'Connor 


12-20-2.S 


Lawless Trails (5000) 


Goodman- 1 ND. 


No star 


Forrest Sheldon 




Lazy Lightning (4572) 


ITniv 


An A cord 


Wm. Tyler 




Let's Get Married (6664) 


FV-J. 


Richard Dix 


Gregory La Cava 3-7-26 


Lew Tyler's Wives (6757) 


Preferred- 1 ND. * 


No star 


Harley Knoles 




Lightning Reporter (5415) 


EUbee-IND. 


Tohnny Walker 


Jack Noble 




Lily, The (6268) 


Fox 


No star 


V. Schertzinger 


10-17-26 


Little Irish Girl, The (6667) 


Warner 


Dolores Costello 


Roy Del Ruth 


5-23-26 


Lodge in the Wilderness, The 
(5119) 


Tiffany-IND. 


No star 


1 
Henry McCarthy 


9-26-26 


London (5584) 


FP L 


Dorothy Gish 


Herbert Wilcox 


10-31-26 


Lone Hand Sanders (5447) 


FBO 


Fred Thomson 


Reeves Eason 




Lone Wolf Returns, The (5750) 


Cohimbia-IND. 


No star 


Ralph I nee 


8-15-26 


Looking for Trouble (4362) 


Ll^niv 


Jack Hoxie 


R. N. Bradbury 


5-23-26 


Lost at Sea (6411) 


Tiffany-IND. 


No star 


Louis Gasnier 


8-22-26 


Lost Express, The (4436) 


Rayart-IND. 


Helen Holmes 


J. P. McGowan 




Lost Trail. The (4409) 


Rayart-IND. 


Al Hoxie 


J. P. McGowan 




Love 'Em and Leave 'Em (6075)FP-L 


No star 


Frank Tuttle 


12-19-26 


Lover's Island (4624) 


Asso Ex 


No star 


Henri D. Bergere 


1 2-14-26 


Love's Blindness (6099) 


MGM 


No star 


John F. Dillon 


10-31-26 


Love's of Ricardo, The (7500) 


Geo. Beban 


Geo. Beban 


Geo. Beban 


8-22-26 


Love Thief (6822) 


LTniv-J 


Norman Kerry 


J. W. McDermott 6-6-26 


Love Toy, The (5118) 


Warner 


No star 


Erie C. Kenton 


3-21-26 


Lovey Mary (6183) 


MGM 


No star 


King Baggot 


7-4-26 


Levin' Fool, The (5000) 


Sierra-IND. 


No star 


H. B. Carpenter 




Luck and Sand (5102) 


Artclass-TND. 


Leo Maloney 


Leo Maloney 




Lucky Lady. The (5942) 


FPL 


No star 


Raoul Walsh 


6-27-26 


Lucky Spurs (4366) 


Chesterfield-IND. 


Bill Patton 


V. V. Clegg 





51 




JACK ACKROYD 

in 
"THE BETTER 'OLE" 




Wait a Minute 

Here's 




JACK ACKROYD 

as 

"Alf" 



m 



"THE BETTER »OLF' 

(On Brtadway Indefinitely) 

With the one and only Syd Chaplin 



"Wiggins" 



'The Cruise of the Jasper B" 

Starring Rod LaRocque 



The Artful 'Erbert in 

"Womanhood" 



— And They Laugh I 1 1 



52 



TITJ.E 



RELEASING 
COMPANY 



STAR 



REVIEW 
DIRECTOR DATE 



Lure of the West (4344) 


ChesterheldlND. 


Eileen Sedgwick 


Alvin J. Neitz 




Lure of the Wild (5700) 


ColumbialND. 


No star 


Frank R. Strayer 


1-31-26 


Made for Love (6703) 


I' DC 


Leatrice Joy 


Paul Sloane 


2-7-26 


Mademoiselle Modiste (6230) 


1st Nat 


Corinne Griffith 


Kobt. Z. Leonard 5-9-26 


Magician, The (6960) 


-viGM 


iso star 


Kex Ingram 


10-31-26 


Man Bait (5865) 


I'DC 


Marie Prevost 


Donald Crisp 




Man Four Square, A (4744) 


1" ox 


ijuck Jones 


R. Wm. Neill 


6-6-26 


Man from Oklahoma, The 
(4807) 


Rayart-IND. 


Jack Perrin 


Forrest Sheldon 




Man from the West (4474) 


Univ 


Art Acord 


Albert Rogell 


11-14-26 


Man in the Saddle, The (5492) 


Univ 


Hoot Gibson 


Lynn Reynolds 




Man in the Shadow, The (5632) 


Amer Cine-IND. 


Mary McAllister 


David M. Hartford 


Mannequin (6981) 


FP-L 


No star 


James Cruze 


1-17-26 


Man of the Forest (5184) 


FPL 


No star 


John Waters 




Man of Quality, A (5600) 


Excellent! ND. 


Geo. Walsh 


Wesley Ruggles 


10-31-26 


Man Rustlin' (4666) 


FHO 


Bob Custer 


Del Andrews 




Manon Lescaut (8979) 


Ufa 


No star 


Arthur Robison 


12-19-26 


Mantrap (6077) 


FPL 


No star 


Victor Fleming 


7-25-26 


Man Upstairs, The (6251) 


Warner 


No star 


Roy Del Ruth 




Mare Nostrum (9894) 


MGM 


No star 


Rex I ngram 


2-28-26 


Marriage Clause, The (7680) 


UnivJ 


No star 


Lois Weber 


6-20-26 


Marriage License (7168) 


Fox 


No star 


Frank Borzage 


8-29-26 


Masquerade Bandit, The (4919) 


Fl'.D 


Tom Tyler 


Robt. De Lacey 


7-18-26 


Meet the Prince (5929) 


PDC 


No star 


Jos. Henabery 


7-18-26 


Melodies (5000) 


Goodwill-IND. 


No star 


Francis Ford 




Memory Lane (6825) 


1st Nat 


No star 


John M. Stahl 


1-31-26 


Men of the Night (5700) 


Sterling- 1 ND. 


No star 


Albert Rogell 


8-1S-26 


Men of Steel (9153) 


1st Nat 


Milton Sills 


G. Archainbaud 


7-18-26 


Michael StrogofF (9315) 


Univ 


Ivan Moskin 


V. Tourjansky 


10-24-26 


Midnight Faces (5000) 


Goodwill-IND. 


No star 


Bennett Cohn 




Midnight Flower (4700) 


Aywon-IND. 


No star 


Not credited 




Midnight Flyer, The (6200) 


FBO 


Tom Forman 


Harry Perry 


1-10-26 


Midnight Kiss, The (5025) 


Fox 


No star 


Irving Cummings 


10-31-26 


Midnight Umited, The (5855) 


Rayart-IND. 


No star 


Oscar Apfel 


12-20-25 


Midnight Lovers, The (6100) 


1st Nat. 


No star 


John F. Dillon 


11-7-26 


Midnight Message, The (5000) 


Oodwill-IND. 


No star 


Paul Hurst 


11-7-26 


Midnight Sun, The (8767) 


Univ 


Laura La Plante 


D. Buchowetzki 


5-2-26 


Mike (6755) 


MGM 


No star 


Marshall Neilan 


1-17-26 


Mile-A-Minute-Man, The (5000) Lumas-IND. 


Wm. Fairbanks 


Jack Nelson 




Millionaire Policeman, The 
(5189) 


Sterling-IND. 


No star 


Edw. J. LeSaint 


7-18-26 


Millionaires (6903) 


Warner 


No star 


H. Raymaker 


11-14-26 


Million Dollar Handicap, The 
(6905) 


PDC 


No star 


Scott Sidney 


2-14-26 



53 



Thomas Buckingham 

Selected to Direct 

THE OUTSTANDING 
PHOTO ■ DRAMATIC 
SENSATION OF 
THE YEAR 1940 




FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONSULT 

FILM DAILY of JANUARY 1, 1939 



54 



TITLE 



RELEASING 
COMPANY 



STAR 



REVIEW 
DIRECTOR DATE 



Miracle of Life. The (4757) 


Asso Ejc 


No star 


S. E. V. Taylor 


7-18-26 


Mismates (6905) 


1st Nat 


No star 


Chas. ■ Brabin 




Miss Brewster's Millions (6457) 


FPL 


Bebe Daniels 


Clarence Badger 


3-7-26 


Miss Nobody (6859) 


1st Nat 


No star 


Lambert Hillyer 


• 


Mistaken Orders (4589) 


RayartlND. 


Helen Holmes 


J. P. McGowan 




Moana (6133) 


FPL 


No star 


Robt. Flaherty 


2-21-26 


Money Talks (6068) 


MGM 


No star 


Archie Mayo 


5-16-26 


Money to Burn (5900) 


Lumas-IND. 


No star 


Walter Lang 


11-28-26 


Monte Carlo (6051) 


MGM 


No star 


Christy Cabanne 


3-28-26 


Moran of the Mounted (5309) 


Rayart-IND 


Reed Howes 


Harry J. Brown 


9-19-26 


More Pay— Less Work (6027) 


Fox 


No star 


Albert Ray 


7-4-26 


Morganson's Finish (6108) 


Tiffany- 1 ND. 


No star 


Fred Windemere 




Mother Machree 


Fox 


i\o star 


John Ford 




Mountain Eagle (6000) 


Artlee-IND. 


No star 


Alfred Hitchcock 




My Lady of Whims (6089) 


Arrow- 1 ND. 


Clara Bow 


D. M. Fitzgerald 


1-17-26 


My Official Wife (7846) 


Warner 


No star 


Paul Stein 


10-17-26 


My Old Dutch (7685) 


Univ-J 


No star 


Lawrence Trimb! 


le 


My Own Pal (6038) 


Fox 


Tom Mix 


J. G. Blystone 


3-21-26 


Mystery Club, The (6969) 


Univ-J 


No star 


Herbert Blache 


9-12-26 


Narrow Escape. The (3954) 


Rayart-IND. 


Bob Reeves 


J. P. McGowan 




Nell Gwyn (9000) 


FP-L 


Dorothy Gish 


Herbert Wilcox 


1-31-26 


Nervous Wreck. The (6730) 


PDC 


' "' No star 


Scott Sidney 


10-24-26 


New Champion, The (4470) 


Columbia-: ND. 


Wm. Fairbanks 


Reeves Eason 


4-4-26 


New Klondike, The (7177) 


FPL 


Thos. Meighan 


Lewis Milestone 


3-28-26 


Night Cry, The (6310) 


Warner 


Rin-Tin-Tin (dog) 


Her. Raymaker 


4-18-26 


Night Owl, The 


Rayart-IND. 


Reed Howes 


Harry J. Brown 




Night Patrol, The (6085) 


FBO 


Richard Talmadge 


Mason Noel 


3-21-26 


No Man's Gold (5745) 


Fox 


Tom Mix 


Lew Seiler 


8-1-26 


Non-Stop Flight, The (6000) 


FBO 


No star 


Emory Johnson 




North Star (4692) 


Asso Ex 


Strongheart 


Paul Powell 


2-7-26 


Nut Cracker, The (5786) 


Asso Ex 


Ed. Everett Horton 


Lloyd Ingraham 


4-11-26 


Obey the Law (5626) 


Columbia-IND. 


Bert Lytell 


Alfred L. Raboch 




Officer Jim (5141) 


Lee-Bradford-IND. 


No star 


Wilbur McGaugh 




Oh Baby (7152) 


Univ-J 


No star 


Harley Knoles 


8-15-26 


Oh What a Night (4909) 


Sterling-IND. 


No star 


Lloyd Ingraham 


12-12-26 


Oh What a Nurse (6987) 


Warner 


Sydney Chaplin 


Chas. F. Reisnei 


- 3-7-26 


Oil and Romance (5200) 


Ay won- 1 ND. 


Gordon Clifford 


Harry L. Eraser 




Old Ironsides (10089) 


FP-L 


No star 


James Cruze 


12-19-26 


Old Loves and New (7423) 


1st Nat 


No star 


Maurice Tourneur 5-2-26 


Old Soak, The (7445) 


Univ-J 


Jean Hersholt 


Edward Sloman 


8-29-26 


One Hour of Love 


Tiffany-IND. 


No star 


Robt. Florey 




One Minute to Play (7732) 


FBO 


Red Grange 


Sam Wood 


9-19-2€ 



55 




C. GRAHAM BAKER 

Scenarios: 



For Lloyd Bacon 
For Michael Curtiz 
For Paul Ludwig Stein 
For Lloyd Bacon 
For Herman Raymaker 
For Lloyd Bacon 



"White Flannels" 

"The Third Degree" 

"My Official Wife" 

"Broken Hearts of Hollywood" 

"Millionaires" 

"Finger Prints" 



Warner Brothers Classics 



56 



TITLE 


RELEASING 
COMPANY 


STAR 


REVIEW 
DIRECTOR DATE 


One Punch O'Day (5064) 


Rayart-IND. 


Billy Sullivan 


Harry J. Brown 




Only Way, The (7400) 


Unt Art 


No star 


Herbert Wilcox 


3-21-26 


Other Women's Husbands (6721) Warner 


No star 


Erie O. Kenton 


S-2-26 


Other Woman's Story, The 
(6721) 


Schulberg-IND. 


No star 


B. F. Stanley 


4-11-26 


Outlaw Breaker, The (5000) 


Goodwill-IND. 


Yakima Canutt 


Jacques Jaccard 




Outlaw Express, The (5479) 


Pathe 


Leo Maloney 


Leo Maloney 


11-7-26 


Outlaw's Daughter, The (4423) 


Univ 


No star 


John B. O'Brien 




Out of the Storm (5655) 


TiflFany-IND. 


No star 


Louis Gasnier 


5-2-26 


Out of the West (4609) 


FBO 


Tom Tyler 


Robt. De Lacey 




Outsider, The (5424) 


Fox 


No star 


Rowland V. Lee 


1-24-26 


Padlocked (6700) 


FPL 


No star 


Allan Dwan 


8-8-26 


Palace of Pleasure, The (5467) 


Fox 


No star 


Emmett Flynn 


1-17-26 


Palm Beach Girl, The (6918) 


FPL 


Bebe Daniels 


Erie Kenton 


7-4-26 


Pals (5500) 


Truart-IND. 


No star 


J. P. McCarthy 




Pals First (6843) 


1st Nat 


No star 


Edwin Carewe 


8-1S-26 


Pals in Paradise (6695) 


PDC 


No star 


Geo. B. Seitz 


12-12-26 


Paradise (7090) 


1st Nat 


Milton Sills 


Irvin Willat 




Paris (5608) 


MGM 


Chas. Ray 


Edmund Goulding 6-13-26 


Paris at Midnight (6995) 


PDC 


No star 


E. Mason Hopper 5-9-26 


Partners Again (5562) 


LTnt Art 


No star 


Henry King 


2-21-26 


Passionate Adventure (7835) 


Lee-Bradford-IND. 


No star 


Graham Cutts 




Passionate Quest, The (6671) 


Warner 


No star 


J. Stuart Blackton 


Pay Off (4864) 


Ellbee-IND. 


Robt. McKim 


Dell Henderson 




Perfect Clown, The (5700) 


Chadwick-IND. 


Larry Semon 


Fred Newmeyer 


12-20-25 


Perils of the Coast Guard 
(5375) 


Rayart-IND. 


Cullen Landis 


Oscar Apfel 


( 


Phantom Bullet (6148) 


Univ 


Hoot Gibson 


Clifford Smith 


6-13-26 


Phantom of the Forest, The 
(5800) 


Lumas-IND. 


Thunder (dog) 


Henry McCarthy 


2-14-26 


Pinch Hitter, The (6259) 


Asso Ex 


Glenn Hunter 


Jos. Henabery 


2-21-26 


Pleasure Buyers. The (7202) 


Warner 


Irene Rich 


Chester Withey 


2-14-26 


Pleasure Garden (6458) 


Aywon-IND. 


No star 


A. J. Hitchcock 


10-31-26 


Pleasures of the Rich (6471) 


TiflFany-IND. 


No star 


Louis Gasnier 


4-4-26 


Poker Faces (7808) 


Univ-J 


Edw. Horton- 
Laura I-a Plante 


Harry Pollard 


9-5-26 


Pony Express Rider (4300) 


Aywon-IND. 


Kit Carson 


Robt. J. Horner 




Poor Girl's Romance, A 


FBO 


No star 


F. H. Weight 




Popular Sin, The (6139) 


FPL 


Florence Vidor 


Malcolm St. Clair 


Potemkin (6450) 


Amkino 


No star 


S. M. Eisenstein 


12-19-26 


Power of the Weak, The (6000) Independent-IND. 


No star 


Wm. J. Craft 


7-11-26 


Prince of Broadway, The 
(5800) 


Chadwick-IND. 


Geo. Walsh 


John Gorman 





57 




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RELEASING 
COMPANY 



STAR 



REVIEW 
DIRECTOR DATE 



Price of Success, The (5500) Columbia-IND. 



No star 



Tony Gaudio 



Prince of Pep, The (4911) 



FBO 



Richard Talniadge 



Jack Nelson 



Prince of Pilsen, The (6600) PDC 



No star 



Paul Powell 



4-18-26 



Prince of Tempters, The (7780) 


1st Nat 


No star 


Lothar Mendes 


10-24-26 


Prisoners of the Storm (6102) 


Univ-J 


House Peters 


Lynn Reynolds 


10-3-26 


Private Izzy Murphy (7889) 


Warner 


George Jessel 


Lloyd Bacon 


11-14-26 


Prowlers of the Night (4390) 


Univ 


Fred Humes 


Ernest Laemmle 


12-19-26 


Puppets (7300) 


1st Nat 


Milton Sills 


Geo. Archainbaud 


. 7-25-26 


Pursued (4881) 


Ellbee-IND. 


No star 


Dell Henderson 




Quarterback, The (7114) 


FPL 


Richard Dix 


Fred Newmeyer 


10-17-26 


Queen of Diamonds, The (5129) FBO 


Evelyn Brent 


Chet Withey 


2-14-26 


Queen of Spades (5200) 


Aywon-IND. 


Gordon Clifford 


Harry L. Eraser 




Quicker'n Lightnin' (4222) 


Artclass-IND. 


Buffalo Bill, Jr. 


Richard Thorpe 




Racewild (5200) 


Ellhee-IND. 


Eileen Percy 


Oscar Apfel 


9-26-26 


Racing Blood (5500) 


Liimas-IND. 


No star 


Frank Richardson 


Racing Romance (5352) 


Rayart-IND. 


Reed Howes 


Harry J. Brown 


7-18-26 


Rainbow Riley (7057) 


1st Nat 


Johnny Hines 


Chas. Hines 


5-9-26 


Rainmaker, The (6055) 


FPL 


No star 


Clarence Badger 


5-30-26 


Ramblin' Galoot (4438) 


Asso Ex 


No star 


Fred Bain 




Ranson's Folly (7322) 


1st Nat 


R. Barthelmess 


Sidney Olcott 


S-23-26 


Rapid Fire Romance (5178) 


Rayart-IND. 


Billy Sullivan 


Harry J. Brown 




Rat, The (7600) 


Artlee-IND. 


No star 


Graham Cutts 




Rawhide (5000) 


Asso Ex 


Buffalo Bill, Jr. 


Richard Thorpe 




Reckless Lady, The (7336) 


1st Nat 


No star 


Howard Higgin 


1-31-26 


Red Blood (4438) 


Rayart-IND. 


Al Hoxie 


J. P. McGowan 




Red Dice (5257) 


PDC 


No star 


Wm. K. Howard 


4-11-26 


Redheads Preferred (5300) 


Tiffany-IND. 


No star 


Richard Thorpe 




Red Hot Hoofs (4671) 


FBO 


Tom Tyler 


Robt. De Lacey 


10-31-26 


Red Hot Leather (4555) 


LTniv 


Jack Hoxie 


Albert Rogell 


11-14-26 


Red Hot Papa (4500) 


Arnaud-IND. 


No star 


Albert St. Louis 


5-23-26 


Red Kimona, The (6500) 


Vital-IND. 


No star 


Walter Lang 


2-14-26 


Regular Scout, A (5564) 


FBO 


Fred Thomson 


David Kirkland 


11-21-26 


Remember 


Colnmbia-IND. 


No star 


David Sloman 




Return of Peter Grimm, The 
(6961) Fox 


No star 


V. Schertzinger 


11-7-26 


Ridin' Gent, A (5000) 


Rayart-IND. 


Jack Perrin 


Bennett Cohen 




Ridin' Streak, The (5000) 


FBO 


Bob Custer 


Del Andrews 




Riding Rascal, The (4510) 


Univ 


Art Acord 


Clifford Smith 




Riding for Life (4357) 


Rayart-IND. 


Bob Reeves 


J. P. McGowan 




Riding Rivals (4402) 


Artclass-IND. 


Wally Wales 


Richard Thorpe 




Riding Romance (5000) 


Anchor-IND. 


No star 


J. P. McGowan 


8-15-26 


Riding Wild (4300) 


Aywon-IND. 


Kit Carson 


Robt. J. Horner 





59 



Alice D. & Miller 

Screen Plays 

Rec e n t Re i e a s e s 

"VALENCIA" 

Starring Mae Murray 

yln Original Story 

(In Collaboration with Dimitri Buchowctzki) 
(Adaptation) 

"THE BOY FRIEND" 

(Adaptation) 
Adapted from the play. The Book of Charm ' 

"ALTARS o/DESIRE" | 

Starring: Mae Murray f 

(Adaptation) I 

"MONTE CARLO" | 

(Adaptation) I 

\ 
"DANCE MADNESS" j 

Robert Z. Leonard Production I 

(Adaptation) ! 

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60 



TITLE 



RELEASING 
COMPANY 



STAR 



REVIEW 
DIRECTOR DATE 



Risky Business (6594) 


PDC 


\'era Reynolds 


Alan Hale 


9-26-26 


Road Agent, The (4472) 


Rayart-IND. 


Al Hoxie 


J. P. McGowan 




Road to Broadway, The (5400) M. P. Guild-IND. 


Edith Roberts 


Howard Mitchell 




Road to Glory, The (5600) 


Fox 


May McAvoy 


Howard Hawks 


3-21-26 


Road to Mandalay, The (6562) MOM 


Lon Chaney 


Tod Browning 


7-11-26 


Roaring Bill Atwood (4405) 


Rayart-IND. 


Dick Hatton 


Dick Hatton 




Roaring Rider, The (4387) 


Artclass-IND. 


Wally Wales 


Richard Thorpe 




Rocking Moon (6013) 


PDC 


No star 


Geo. Melford 


1-24-26 


Rolling Home (6993) 


Univ-J 


Reginald Denny 


Wm. Seiter 


5-20-26 


Romance of a Million Dollars 

(5300) Preferred- 1 ND. 


Glenn Hunter 


Tom Terriss 


10-24-26 


Rose of the Tenements (6678) 


FBO 


Shirley Mason 


Phil Rosen 


12-19-26 


Runaway, The (6271) 


FPL 


No star 


Wm. DeMille 


5-9-26 


Runaway Express, The (5865) 


Univ-J 


No star 


Edw. Sedgwick 


8-22-26 


Rustler's Ranch (5230) 


Univ 


Art Acord 


Clifford Smith 


7-18-26 


Rustling for Cupid (4835) 


Fox 


No star 


Irving Cummings 


5-2-26 


Saddle Cyclone. The (4728) 


Artclass-IND. 


BulTalo Bill, Jr. 


Richard Thorpe 




Sandy (7850) 


Fox 


No star 


R. J. Bergquist 


4-11-26 


Sap, The (5519) 


Warner 


No star 


Erie Kenton 




Satan Town (5460) 


Pathe 


Harry Carey 


Edmund Mortimer 8-15-26 


Savage, The (5000) 


1st Nat 


No star 


Fred Newmeyer 


6-13-26 


Say It Again (7443) 


FPL 


Richard Dix 


Gregory La Cava 


6-13-26 


Scarlet Letter, The (9000) 


MGM 


Lillian Gish 


Victor Seastrom 


8-15-26 


Scrappin' Kid, The (4560) 


Univ 


Art Acord 


Clifford Smith 




Sea Beast, The (9874) 


Warner 


John Barrymore 


Millard Webb 


1-24-26 


Sea Horses (6565) 


FPL 


No star 


Allan Dwan 


3-7-26 


Secret Orders (5486) 


FBO 


Evelyn Brent 


Chet Withey 


4-11-26 


Secret Spring, The (5854) 


FPL 


No star 


Leonce Perret 




Self Starter, The (5194) 


Rayart-IND. 


Reed Howes 


Harry J. Brown 




Senor Daredevil (6402) 


1st Nat 


Ken Maynard 


Albert Rogell 


6-1-26 


Set Up, The (4600) 


Univ 


Art Acord 


Clifford Smith 


3-7-26 


Seventh Bandit, The. (5353) 


Pathe 


Harry Carey 


Scott R. Dunlap 


3-28-26 


Seven Sinners (6826) 


Warner 


No star 


Lewis Milestone 


12-13-25 


Shadow of the Law, The (4526) Asso Ex 


No star 


Wallace Worsley 


3-7-26 


Shadow On the WaU, The 

(6200) Lumas-IND. 


No star 


Reeves Eason 


2-7-25 


Shameful Behavior (5218) 


Preferred-IND. 


No star 


Albert Kelly 


12-5-26 


Shamrock Handicap, The (5865) Fox 


No star 


John Ford 


5-2-26 


'She (5000) 


Lee-Bradford-IND. 


Betty Blythe 


L. De Cordova 




Sheep TraU (5200) 


Aywon-IND. 


Gordon Clifford 


Harry L. Fraser 




Sheriffs Girl, The 49L8) 


Rayart-IND. 


Ben Wilson 


Ben Wilson 




Ship of Souls (5416) 


Asso Ex 


No star 


Chas. Miller 


1-24-26 



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TITLE 



RELEASING 
COMPANY 



STAR 



REVIEW 
DIRECTOR DATE 



Shipwrecked (5865) 


PDC 


Xo star 


Jos. Henabery 


6-6-26 


bhow-Off, The (6299) 


FPL 


No star 


Malcolm St. Clair 


8-29-26 


Siberia (6950) 


Fux 


Xo star 


V. Schertzinger 


4-18-26 


Sign of the Claw, The (6000) 


Lumas-iNU. 


Peter the Great (dog) 


Reeves Eason 


8-22-26 


Silence (7015) 


PDC 


Xo star 


Rupert Julian 


5-30-86 


Silent Lover, The (6500) 


1st Xat 


Milton Sills 


G. Archainbaud 


11-21-26 


Silent Power, The (5500) 


Lumas-IND. 


Kalph l^ewis 


Frank O'Connor 


12-19-26 


Silken Shackles (6061) 


Warner 


No star 


Walter Morosco 


5-30-26 


Silver Fingers (5000) 


Capitol- iXD. 


Oeo. Larkin 


J. P. McGowan 


4-25-26 


Silver Treasure, The (5000) 


F"ox 


Xo star 


Rowland V. Lee 




Sin Cargo (6100) 


Tiffany- IXD. 


Shirley Mason 


Louis J. Gasnier 




Sir Lumberjack (5146) 


FiU) 


Lefty Flynn 


Harry Garson 


4-25-26 


Sitting Bull at the Spirit Lake 

Massacre (5192) Sunset IXD. 


B. Washburn 


R. N-. Bradbury 




Six Shootin' Romance, A (4837) Univ 


lack Hoxie 


Clifford Smith 


2-14-26 


Skinner's Dress Suit (6887) 


Univ -J 


Reginald Denny 


Wm. A. Seiter 


12-20-25 


Sky High Corral (4871) 


LTniv 


Art Acord 


Clifford Smith 




Sky's The Limit (4800) 


Aywon-IXD. 


No star 


Harry L. Eraser 




Skyrocket, The (7350) 


Asso Ex 


Peggy Hopkins Joyce 


Marshall Neilan 




Smilin' At Trouble (5175) 


FBO 


Lefty Flynn 


Harry Garson 




Smoke Eaters, The (5716) 


Rayart-IXD. 


L'ullen Landis 


Chas. Hunt 




Social Celebrity A (6025) 


FP-L 


Adolphe Menjou 


Malcolm St. Clair 


■ 4-25 26 


Social Highway (6107) 


Warner 


Xo star 


Wm. Beaudine 


7-11-26 


Somebody's Mother (5349) 


RayartlXD. 


Mary Carr 


Oscar Apfel 


4-25-26 


Song and Dance Man, The 

(6997) ' FPL 


No star 


Herbert Brenon 


2-7-26 


Son of the Sheik, The (6258) 


Unt Art 


Rudolph Valentino 


Geo. Fitzmaurice 


8-1-26 


Sorrows of Satan (7889) 


FPL 


Xo star 


D. W. Grif^th 


11-14-20 


So's Your Old Man (6347) 


FPL 


W. C. Fields 


Gregory La Cava 


, 11-7-26 


S. O. S. Perils of the Sea (5300) Colunibia-IND. 


Elaine Hamnierstein 


Jas. P. Hogan 


2-14-26 


So This is Paris (6135) 


Warner 


No star 


Ernst Lubitsch 


8-15-26 


Soul Mates (6073) 


M(;.M 


Xo star 


Jack Conway 


1-10-26 


Spangles (5633) 


Univ-J 


Marion Nixon- 
Pat O'Malley 


Frank O'Connor 


10-31-26 


Sparrows (7763) 


Unt Art 


Mary Pickford 


Wm. Beaudine 


9-26-26 


Speed Cop, The (5000) 


Rayart-IXD. 


Billy Sullivan 


Duke Worne 




Speed Crazed (5241) 


Rayart-IXD. 


Billy Sullivan 


Duke Worne 


11-14-26 


Speed Limit, The (5600) 


Lumas-IND. 


Raymond McKee 


Frank O'Connor 




Speeding Thru (5411) 


EllbeeIND 


No star 


Bertram Bracken 




Speeding Venus. The (5560) 


PDC 


Priscilla Dean 


Robt. Thornby 


11-7-26 


Speedy Spurs (4396) 


Artclass-IND. 


Buffalo Bill, Jr. 


Richard Thorpe 




Spider Webs (5000) 


Artlee-IND. 


No star 


Wilfred Noise 




Splendid Crime (6069) 


FPL 


Bebe Daniels 


Wm. DeMille 


12-20-25 


Splendid Road, The (7646) 


1st Nat 


No star 


Frank Lloyd 


12-13-25 



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TITLE 



RELEASING 
COMPANY 



STAR 



REVIEW 
DIRECTOR DATE 



Sporting Lover, The (6642) 


1st Nat 


Conway Tearle 


Alan Hale 


6-27-26 


Starlight's Revenge (4447) 


Rayart-IND. 


Jack Perrin 


Harry Webb 




Steel Preferred (6680) 


PDC 


No star 


J as. hogan 


1-3-26 


Stella Maris (5786) 


Univ-J 


Mary Philbin 


Chas. Brabin 


2-21-26 


Stepping Along (7038) 


1st Nat 


Johnny Hines 


Chas. Hines 


12-19-26 


Steppin' Out (5221) 


Columbia-IND. 


No star 


Frank B. Strayer 


Stick to Your Story (4761) 


Rayart-IND. 


Billy Sullivan 


Harry J. Brown 




Still Alarm. The (7207) 


Univ-J 


No star 


Edw. Laemmle 


1-10-26 


Stolen Pleasure 


Columbia-IND. 


No star 


Phil Rosen 




Stolen Ranch (4578) 


Univ 


Fred Humes 


Wm. Wyler 




Stop, Look and Listen (6000) 


Pathe 


Larry Semon 


Larry Semon 


1-10-26 


Stranded in Paris (6106) 


FPL 


Bebe Daniels 


Arthur Rosson 


12-26-26 


Streak of Luck, A (4767) 


Artclass-IND. 


Buffalo Bill, Jr. 


Richard Thorpe 




Striving for Fortune (5470) 


Excellent-IND. 


Geo. Walsh 


Nat Ross 




Strong Man, The (6882) 


1st Nat 


Harry Langdon 


Frank Capra 


9-12-26 


Subway Sadie (6722) 


1st Nat 


No star 


Al Santell 


9-19-26 


Summer Bachelors (5500) 


Fox 


No star 


Allan Dwan 


12-26-26 


Sunnyside Up (5994) 


PDC 


Vera Reynolds 


Donald Crisp 


7-18-26 


Sunshine of Paradise Alley 


Chadwick-IND 


No star 


Jack Nelson 




Sunya 


Unt Art 


Gloria Swanson 


Albert Parker 




Sweet Adeline (6000) 


Chadwick-IND 


Chas. Ray 


Jerome Storm 


1-3-26 


Sweet Daddies (6562) 


1st Nat 


No star 


Alfred Santell 


7-18-26 


Sweet Rosie O'Grady (6000) 


Columbia-IND. 


No star 


Frank Strayer 


9-26-26 


Syncopating Sue (6770) 


1st Nat 


Coriime Griflfith 


Richard Wallace 


11-7-26 


Take It From Me (6649) 


Univ-J 


Reginald Denny 


Wm. A. Seiter 


10-10-26 


Tangled Herds (4840) 


Artclass-IND. 


Buddy Roosevelt 


Wm. Bertram 




Taxi Mystery, The (5018) 


Sterling-IND. 


Lionel Barrymore 


Fred Windemere 


5-9-26 


Tearin' Loose (5060) 


Artclass-IND. 


Wally Wales 


Richard Thorpe 




Tell It to the Marines (8704) MGM 


Lon Chancy 


George Hill 




Temporary Sheriff, The (4358) 


Rayart-IND. 


Dick Hatton 


Dick Hatton 




Temptress, The (8843) 


MGM 


No star 


Fred Niblb 


10-17-26 


Tentacles of the North (5998) 


Rayart-IND. 


No star 


Lonis Chaudet 




Terror, The (4862) 


Univ 


Art Acord 


CliflFord Smith 




Test of Donald Norton, The 
(6000) 


Chadwick-IND. 


Geo. Walsh 


Reeves Eason 


6-27-26 


That Model From Paris (6117) 


Tiffany-IND. 


No star 


Louis J. Gasnier 


10-17-26 


That Old Gang of Mine (4800) 


Kerman-IND. 


No star 


May Tully 


1-10-26 


That's My Baby (6805) 


FPL 


Douglas MacLean 


Wm. Beaudine 


4-18-26 


Then Came the Woman (6802) 


Amer Cine-IND. 


Cullen Landis 


D. M. Hartford 


11-14-26 


There You Are (5695) 


MGM 


No star 


Edw. Sedgwick 




30 Below Zero 


Fox 


Ruck Jones 


Robert Kerr 





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TITLE 



RELEASING 
COMPANY 



STAR 



Valencia (5580) 



MGM 



Mae Murray 



REVIEW 
DIRECTOR DATE 



1 



Three Bad Men (8710) 


Fox 


No star 


John Ford 


10-17-26 


Three Faces East (7419) 


PDC 


No star 


Rupert Julian 


2-21-26 


Three Weeks in Paris (5952) 


Warner 


No star 


Roy Del Ruth 


6-20-26 


Thrill Hunter, The (5520) 


Columbia-IND. 


No star 


Eugene de Rue 




Through Thick and Thin (5000) 


Lumas-IND. 


Wm. Fairbanks 


Reeves Eason 




Thundering Speed (4510) 


Chesterfield-IND. 


Eileen Sedgwick 


Alvin J. Neitz 




Thundering Through (4527) 


Artclass-IND. 


Buddy Roosevelt 


Fred Bain 





Tin Gods (8568) 


FPL 


Thos. Meighan 


Allan Dwan 


10-3-26 


Tin Hats (6598) 


MGM 


No star 


Edw. Sedgwick 


12-S-26 


Tongues of Scandal 


SterlinglND. 


No star 


Not credited 




Tonio, Son of the Sierras (4990 


Davis-IND. 


Wilson-Gerber 


Ben Wilson 


12-20-25 


Tony Runs Wild (5477) 


Fox 


Tom Mix 


Thos. Buckingham 5-9-26 


Too Much Money (7600) 


1st Nat 


No star 


John F. Dillon 


1-24-26 


Tough Guy, The (5455) 


FBO 


Fred Thomson 


David Kirkland 


5-2-26 


Traffic Cop, The (5193) 


FBO 


Lefty Flynn 


Harry Garson 


2-28-26 


Tramp, Tramp, Tramp (5830) 


1st Nat 


Harry Langdon 


Harry Edwards 


6-6-26 


Transcontinental Limited, The 
(6400) 


Chadwick-IND. 


Johnny Walker 


Nat Ross 


3-7-26 


Trip to Chinatown, A (5594) 


Fox 


No star 


Robt. Kerr 


6-20-26 


Trumpin' Trouble (4446) 


Artclass-IND. 


Buffalo Bill, Jr. 


Richard Thorpe 




Truthful Sex, The (5831) 


Columbia-IND. 


No star 


Richard Thomas 


1-2-27 


Twinkle Toes (7853) 


1st Nat 


Colleen Moore 


Chas, Brabin 


1-2-27 


Twin Six O'Brien (4300) 


Aywon-IND. 


Kit Carson 


Robt. J. Horner 




Twin Triggers (4368) 


Artclass-IND. 


Buddy Roosevelt 


Richard Thorpe 




Twisted Triggers (4470) 


Asso Ex 


Wally Wales 


Richard Thorpe 


9-26-26 


Two Can Play (5465) 


Asso Ex 


No star 


Nat Ross 


3-21-26 


Two Gun Man, The (5139) 


FBO 


Fred Thomson 


David Kirkland 


8-15-26 


Unchastened Woman, The (6800) Chadwick-IND. 


Theda Bara 


James Young 


12-26-25 


Understanding Heart 


MGM 


No star 


Jack Conway 




Under Western Skies (6452) 


Univ-J 


Norman Kerry 


Edw. Sedgwick 


3-7-26 


Unfair Sex, The (5016) 


Asso Ex 


No star 


Henri D. Bergere 8-15-26 


Unknown CavaUer, The (6595) 


1st Nat 


Ken Maynard 


Albert Rogell 


11-14-26 


Unknown Soldier, The (7979) 


PDC 


No star 


Renaud Hoffman 




Unknown Treasures (5643) 


Sterling-] ND. 


No star 


Archie Mayo 


9-26-26 


Untamed Lady, The (6132) 


FPL 


Gloria Swanson 


Frank Tuttle 


3-21-26 


Up in Mabel's Room (6345) 


PDC 


No star 


E. Mason Hopper 6-13-26 


Upstage (6001) 


MGM 


Norma Shearer 


Monta Bell 


11-21-26 



D. Buchowetzki 1-2-27 



Valley of Bravery, The 


FBO 




Bob Custer 


Jack 


Nelson 


Varnishing Hoofs (4653) 


Artclass 


-IND. 


Wally Wales 


J. P. 


McCarthy 


Variety (7804) 


FP-L 




No star 


E. A 


Dupont 6-27-26 


Volcano (5462) 


FP-L 




Bebe Daniels 


Wm. 


K. Howard 6-6-26 


Volga Boatman, The (10660) 


PDC 




No star 


Cecil 


DeMille S-23-26 



68 



TITLE 


RELEASING 

COMPANY 


STAR 


REVIEW 
DIRECTOR DATE 


Waiter from the Ritz, The 


FP-L 


Raymond Griffith 


Jas. Cruze 




Waltz Dream, The (7334) 


MGiM 


No star 


Ludwig Berger 


8-1-26 


Walloping Kid, The (4300) 


Aywon-IND. 


Kit Carson 


Robt. J. Horner 





Waning Sex, The (6039) 


MGM 


Norma Shearer 


Robt. Z. Leonard 


9-26-26 


War Paint (5034) 


MGM 


Col. Tim McCoy 


W. S. VanDyke 




Warning Signal, The (5207) 


Ellbee-IND. 


Gladys Hulette 


Chas. Hunt 


9-19-26 


Watch Your Wife (6980) 


Univ-J 


Valli-O'Malley 


Svend Gade 


3-7-26 


We're in the Navy Now (5519) 


FP-L 


Beery-Hatton 


Edw. Sutherland 


11-14-26 


West of Broadway (5186) 


PDC 


Priscilla Dean 


Robt. Thomby 




West of Mojave (5200) 


Aywon-IND. 


Gordon Clifford 


Harry L. Fraser 




Western Trails (4580) 


Chesterfield-IND. 


Bill Patton 


H. B. Carpenter 




West of the Law 


Rayart-IND. 


Ben Wilson 


Ben Wilson 




West of the Rainbow's End 
(4830) 


Rayart-IND. 


Jack Perrin 


Bennett Cohn 


9- 19-26 


Western Pluck (5000) 


Univ 


Art Acord 


Travers Vale 




Wet Paint (5109) 


FP-L 


Raymond Griffith 


Arthur Rosson 


5-23-26 


What Happened to Jones (6700)Univ-J 


Reginald Denny 


Wm. A. Seiter 


12-13-25 


What Price Glory (11400) 


Fox 


No star 


R. A. Walsh 


11-28-26 


When Husbands FUrt (5505) 


Columbia-IND. 


No star 


Wm. Wellman 


12-26-25 


When Love Grows Cold (6500) 


FED 


Natacha Rambova 


Harry O. Hovt 


2-14-26 


When the Wife's Away (5834) 


Columbia-IND. 


No star 


Frank Strayer 




While London Sleeps (5810) 


Warner 


Rin-Tin-Tin 


Walter Morosco 


12-19-26 


Whispering Canyon (5652) 


Sterling-IND. 


Jane Novak 


Tom Forman 


6-27-26 


Whispering Smith (6187) 


PDC 


No star 


Geo. Melford 


4-2S-26 


Whispering Wires (5906) 


Fox 


No star 


Albert Ray 




White Mice (5412) 


Asso Ex 


No star 


E. H. Griffith 


3-7-26 


White Black Sheep 


1st Nat 


R. Barthelmess 


Sidney Olcott 


12-5-26 


Why Girls Go Back Home 
(5262) 


Warner 


No star 


Jas. Flood 


6-6-26 


Wild Horse Stampede (4776) 


Univ 


Jack Hoxie 


Albert Rogell 


8-15-26 


Wild Oats Lane (6500) 


PDC 


No star 


Marshall Neilan 


4-11-26 


Wild to Go (4570) 


FBO 


Tom Tyler 


Robt. De Lacey 


5-23-26 


Wildcat, The (5200) 


Aywon-IND. 


Gordon Clifford 


Harry L. Fraser 




Wilderness Woman, The (6000) 1st Nat 


No star 


Howard Higgin 


4-18-26 


Windjammer, The (5016) 


Rayart-IND 


Billy Sullivan 


Harry J. Brown 




Wings of the Storm (5374) 


Fox 


No star 


J. G. Blystone 


11-28-26 


Win, Lose or Draw (4988) 


Artclass-IND. 


Leo Maloney 


Leo Maloney 




Winner, The (5168) 


Rayart-IND. 


Billy Sullivan 


Harry J. Brown 




Winning of Barbara Worth, The Unt Art 
(7896) 


Colman-Banky 


Henry King 


12-12-26 


Winning the Futurity (5800) 


Chadwick-IND. 


Landis-Horton 


Hunt Stromberg 




Winning Wallop, The (5000) 


Lumas-IND. 


Wm. Fairbanks 


C. Hutchinson 


11-21-26 


Wise Guy, The (7775) 


1st Nat 


No star 


Frank Lloyd 


5-30-26 


Wives At Auction (6300) 


True Story-IND. 


No star 


Elmer Clifton 





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TITLE 


RELEASING 
COMPANY 


STAR 


REVIEW 
DIRECTOR DATE 


Wives of the Prophet, The 
(6560) 


Lee Bradford! NO. 


No star 


J, A. Fitzgerald 




Whole Town's Talking, The 
(6662) 


Univ 


No star 


Edw. Laemmle 


9-12-26 


Wolf Hunters, The (5976) 


Kayart-lXlJ. 


No star 


Stuart Paton 


9-19-26 


Wolves of the Air 


Merling-IND, 


No star 


F'rancis Ford 




Wolves of the Desert (4168) 


Kay art-] :\ U, 


L-a WiUon 


Ben Wilson 




Woman of the World, A (6196) 


FPL 


I'ola Negri 


M. St. Clair 


12-27-2S 


Womanpower (6240) 


box 


. ■... 


Harry Beaumont 


9-26-25 


Woman's Heart, A (4993) 


Sterling- 1 Xl). 


No star 


Phil Rosen 


9-26-26 


Yankee Senor, The (4902) 


Fox 


Tom -Mix 


Emmett Flynn 


1-31-26 


Yellow Back, The (4766) 


Univ 


ed Humes 


Del Andrews 


11-7-26 


Yellow Fingers (5593) 


Fox 


No star 


Emmett Flynn 


4-4-26 


You Never Know Women (6064) 


FPL 


Florence \'idor 


Wm. Wellman 


8-1-26 


You'd Be Surprised (5994) 


FP L 


Raymond Griffith 


Arthur Rosson 


10-3-26 


Young April (6858) 


PDC 


No star 


Donald Crisp 


10-17-26 



8,000 Titles of Features 

THE TITLES, DISTRIBUTORS and review dates of 8,000 feature productions re- 
leased from January 1, 1915, to January 1, 1926, appear in the compilation below. The 
releases of 1926 will be found on page 35. Review dates give an approximate idea of 
the release date. There are a few review dates missing, this because, in most cases, dis- 
tributors failed to present the picture for review. 

If the director, star, cameraman or scenario writer of any of the following produc- 
tions is desired, they will be found elsewhere in separate lists. It is suggested that the 
chart of "Original Titles" be consulted where no record of a particular picture appears 
in this compilation, as ofttimes distributors change titles of stories upon release. 

Key to Distributors 

AL.P&D., Allied Producers & Distributors; ARROW, Arrow Film Corp., ASSO.EX., Associated 
Exhibitors,; B.B., Bessie Barriscale ; C.K.Y., Clara Kimball Young; EX.MTUL., Exhibitors Mutual; 
F.P.-L., Famous Players-Lasky Corp. (Paramount Pictures); FBO, F"ilm Booking Offices; 1st NATL., 
First National Pictures; FOX, Fox Film Corp.; HLMARK, Hallmark Films; HDKSN, Hodkinson Corp. 
(Now Producers Distributing Corp.); IND., Independent Pictures; K.E.S.S.. Essanay ; MET-GO.. Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures; PATHE. Pathe Exchange, Inc.; POP.P.&P.. Popular Plays & Players; PRMT., 
Famous Players-Lasky Corp. (Paramount Pictures); PREFRD. Preferred Pictures; PRO DIST., Producers 
Distributing Corp., (formerly Hodkinson); REALRT, Realart Pictures; RED F., Red Feather Films; 
R.C., Robertson- Cole, (now Film Booking Offices); S.&E., Shenlield & Ennis ; SELZNK, Selznick 
Distributing Corp. ; SR., For release on the Independent market (State Rights) ; UNT. ART., United 
Artists Corp.; U.PIC, United Picture Theaters; U.S.AMUSE., United States Amusement Co.; UNIV 
and UNIV-J., Universal Pictures; VITA., Vitagraph, Inc.. WARNER, Warner Brothers Pictures. 



Title and Releasing Company. 



Review Date 



Title and Releasing Company. 



Review Date 



A. B. C. of Love. Th(^— Pathe 12-14-19 

Able Minded Lady, The— Pacific-SR 

Above All Law — FPL (reviewed as Mysteries 

of India) 7-30-22 

Abraham Lincoln— 1st Nat 1-27-24 

Abysmal Brute, The — Univ-T 4-15-23 

Accidental Honeymoon, The — Rapf-St Rgt.. 5-19-18 

Accomplice, The— Sherill-Art 2-22-17 

According to Hoyle — Western-SR 

According to Law — Gaumont-Mutl 3-9-16 

According to the Code — Essanay-V.L.S.E. 7-20-16 

Ace of Cactus — S R 

Ace of Hearts— Gwyn 10-30-21 

Ace High— Fox 6-30-18 

Ace of the Saddle— Univ 7-13-19 

Acquitted— Fine Arts-Tri 4-27-16 

Acquittal, The— Univ-T 10-21-23 

Across the Border— Aywon-SR 1-29-22 



Across the Continent— FPL 4-30-22 

Across the Dead Line — Univ 1-8-22 

Across the Deadline — Steiner-SR 4-26-25 

Across the Divide — Asso. Ex-P 

Action— Univ 9- 4-21 

Action of Souls, The — Selig 1st Nat 6-1-19 

Adam and Eva— F. P.-L 2-18-23 

Adam's Rib— F. P.-L 3 4-23 

Adele— U Pic 1-19-19 

Adopted Son. The — Rolf-Metro 11-8-17 

Adorable Savage, An — Univ 8-8-20 

Adventure— FP-I ' 4-26-25 

Adventure in Hearts — Famous-Prmt 

Adventure Shop, The— Vita 1-5-19 

Adventurer, The — U.S. Amuse-Art Dramas 2-22-17 

Adventurer, The — Fox 3-7-20 

Adventurous Sex — Asso Ex 6-21-25 

Adventuress, An — Sclz 



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Affair of Three Nations, An — Patbe Gold 

Rooster 1 1-4-lS 

Aflfaira of Anatol. The— FP-L 9-18-21 

Affairs of Lady Hamilton, The— Hdksn ..4-29-23 

Affinities — Hdksn 

Afraid to Fight— Univ 7-23-22 

After a Million— Sunset-SR 5-18-24 

After Business Hours— Pro Dist 6-28-25 

After the Ball— FBO 

After Six Days— Artc!ass-SR 

After the Show— FP-L 10-9-21 

After His Own Heart — Metro 

After Marriage— Sun-SR 11-8-25 

After Midnight— Selzk 9-25-21 

After the War— Univ 12-1-18 

After Your Own Heart— Fox 8- 7-21 

Aftermath, The — Famous 

Against All Odds— Fox 7-27-24 

Against the Law — Epco-SR 

Age of Desire, The— 1st Nat 1-20-24 

Age of Innocence, The — Warner 

Air Hawk, The— FBO 

Air Mail, The— FP-L 3-29-25 

Alabaster Box, An — -Vita 

Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp — Fox. . 10-11-17 
Aladdin from Broadway — Greater Vita. .. .3-15-17 

Aladdin's Other Lamp — Rolfe-Metro 7-S-17 

Alarm Clock Andy— F.P.-L 3-21-20 

Alaskan, The— F. P.-L 9-21-24 

Alf 's Button— 1st Nat 3-19-22 

Alias the Night Wind— Fox 8-19-23 

Alias Miss Dodd— Univ 6-13-20 

Alia* Jimmy Valentine — Metro 4-11-20 

Alias Phil Kennedy— FB-OG 

Alias Julius Caesar — 1st Nat 

Alias Mary Flynn— FBO 5-17-25 

Alias Mary Brown — Tri 8-4-18 

Alias Mike Moran — Prmt 3-23-19 

Alias Mrs. Jessup— Metro 

AH Baba and the Forty Thieves — Fox 12-1-18 

Alibi, The— Vika-V.L.S.E 8-10-16 

Alien Enemy, An — Paralta-Hdksn 4-25-18 

Alien Souls— Lasky-Prmt 5-11-16 

Alien, An — Famous 

Alice Adams — Asso. Ex 6-24-23 

Alimony— FBO 1-20-24 

All Around Frying Pan— FBO 11-15-25 

All the Brothers Were Valiant— Metro ..1-21-23 

All Dolled Up— Univ 3-6-21 

All Man— Vita 8-4-18 

All For a Woman— 1st Nat 12-11-21 

All Man— Peerless-Bray-World 11-30-16 

All Night— Univ 12-1-18 

All of a Sudden Norma— B.B. Feat.-R.C 1-5-19 

All of a Sudden Peggy — Famous-Prmt 

All Souls Eve — Realrt 2-20-21 

All Woman — Gwyn 5-26-18 

All Wrong — Anderson-Brunton-Pathe 5-18-19 

All For a Husband — Fox 

All's Fair in Love — Gwyn 10-30-21 

Almighty Dollar, The — Paragon-Brady- 
World 8-31-16 

Almost a Husband — Gwyn 10-19-19 

Almost Married — Metro 6-8-19 

Aloha-ee^Kay Bee-Tri 11-8-15 

Along Came Rnth— Met Go 7-20-24 

Alster Case, The — Essanay 12-16-15 

Altar Stairs. The — Univ 12-3-22 

Always the Woman — Gwyn 7-16-22 

Always in the Way — Metro 

Always Audacious— FP-L 11-14-20 

Amarilly of Clothesline Alley — Pickford- 

Artcraft 3-21-18 

Amazing Quest, The — Hepworth-SR 

Amateur Orphan, The — Thanhauser-Pathe. .5-24-17 

Amateur Adventuress — Metro 

Amateur, An — World 5-18-19 

Amateur Devil. An — FP-L 

Amateur Wife, The — F.P.-L 5-2-20 

Amazing Imposter. The — Amertcan-Pathe. .1-26-19 

Amazing Lovers, The — Jans-SR 

Amazing Wife, The — Univ 3-9-19 

Amazing Woman, The — Selzk 2-29-20 

Amazons, The — F.P.-L.-Prmt 8-30-17 

Ambition — Fox 7-6-16 

America — Unt Art 3-2-24 

American Aristocracy — Fine Arts-Tri 11-9-16 

American Beauty, The — Pallas-Prmt 6-29-16 

American Buds — Fox 4-18-18 

American Consul, The — Lasky-Prmt 2-22-17 



American Live Wire, An — Vita 4-11-18 

American Citizen, The — Famous 

American Maid, The — Empire All Star- 

Mutl 12-6-17 

American Manners — FBO 8-31-24 

American Methods — Fox 5-24-17 

American Pluck — Chadwick-SR 10-18-25 

American — That's All — East. Fine Arts-Tri. 6-7-17 

American Toreador — Anchor-SR 

Americano, The — Fine Arts-Tri 1-4-17 

American Way, The — World 7-6-19 

American Widow, The — Rolfe-Metro 12-20-17 

American's Answer — Bur. of Pub. Info. .. .8-4-18 

Among Cannibals of S. Pacific — Ind 7-28-18 

Among Those Present — Asso. Exhib 

Among Those Present — Pathe 

An Old Sweetheart of Mine — Metro 4-29-23 

Anabel Lee — ^Joan-SR 

Ancient Highway, The— FP-L 11-22-25 

Ancient Law, The — Modem Arts-SR 12-7-24 

Ancient Mariner, The — Fox 1-10-26 

And a Still Small Voice— Nat. Film-R.C. .12-15-18 

Angel Citizen— Merit-SR 7-30-22 

Angel of Crooked Street — Vita 5-28-22 

Angel Factory, The — Astra-Pathe 9-13-17 

Angel Child— Plaza-Hdksn 9-15-18 

Anna Ascends— FP-L 11-19-22 

Anna Christie— 1st Natl 11-25-23 

Anna Karenina — Fox 

Anne of Green Gables — Realrt 11-23-19 

Anne of Little Smoky — Asso. Ex-P ...1-15-22 

Annie for Spite — American-Mutl 5-24-17 

Annexing Bill — Pathe 6-30-18 

Ann's Finish — American-Mutl 4-4-18 

Another Man's Boots — Aywon-SR 10-29-22 

Another Man's Shoes — Univ 11-5-22 

Another Scandal — Pro Dist 9-21-24 

Ancther Man's Wife — Pro Dist 

Answer, The— Tri 4-18-18 

Antics of Ann, The— F.P.-L.-Pnnt 12-lil7 

Anton the Terrible — Lasky-Prmt 10-5-16 

Any Night — Am'lgtd-SR 

Any Woman— FP-L 5-31-25 

Any Wife— Fox 

Anything Once — Classplay-SR 6-21-25 

Anything Once— Bluebird 10-18-17 

Apartment 29 — Greater Vita 4-19-17 

Apostle of Vengeance, The — Ince-Tri 6-15-16 

Appearance of Evil, The — World 10-13-18 

Appearances — FP-L 7- 3-31 

Apple-Tree Girl, An — Edison-Perfection. . .10-11-17 

April Showers— Prefrd 11-11-23 

April Folly— F.P.-L 2-29-20 

Arab, The— Met-Go 7-6-24 

Arabia — Fox 

Arabian Knight, An — R.C 8-15-20 

Arabian Knightmare — Prod. Sec 

Arabian Love — Fox 4-2-22 

Are All Men Alike — Metro 10-31-20 

Are You a Failure— Prefrd 3-18-23 

Are You a Mason ? — Famous 

Are Children to Blame? — Certified-SR 

Are You Legally Married — Thornby Prod.. 4-6-19 

Are Parents People — FP-L 7-14-25 

Argyle Case, The— Rapf- Selzk 2-8-17 

Argentine Love — F. P. L 12-28-24 

Aristocracy — Famous 

Arizona — Artcraft 12-15-18 

Arizona Express — Fox 3-23-24 

Arizona Ronreo — Fox 1-18-25 

Arizona Sweepstake — Univ 11-15-25 

Arms and the Girl — F.P.-L.-Prmt 10-25-17 

Arms and the Woman — Astra-Pathe 11-16-16 

Armstrong's Wife — Lasky-Prmt 11-25-15 

Arsene Lupin — Greater 2-22-17 

Artie, the Millionaire Kid — Vita 

Aryon, The — Kay Bee-Tri 3-30-16 

As a Man Lives— Selzk 12-17-22 

As a Man Thinks — Raver-Hdksn 4-20-19 

As the Sun Went Down — Metro 

As a Man Lives — Selz 

As in a Looking Glass — World 3-9-16 

As Man Desires — 1st Nat 2-22-25 

As Man Made Her— Peerless-Brady-Wld.. .3-15-17 

As Men Love — Pallas-Prmt 5-24-17 

As No Man Has Loved — Fox 2-15-25 

(Reviewed as "The Man Without a Country") 

Ashamed of Paicnts 12-18-21 

Ashes — East Coast-SR 

Ashes of Embers — F.P.-L.-Prmt 10-12-16 



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Ashes of Vengeance — 1st Natl 8-19-23 

Ashes of Love — Graphic Film Corp 10-6-18 

Ashes of Hope— Tri 10-4-17 

Astor Cup Race, The — Famous 

At First Sight— F. P. L.-Prmt 6-28-17 

At Devil's (lOrge — Arrow-S.K 

At Piney Ridge— Selig-V.L.S.E 4-27-16 

At the End of the World— FP-L 8-21-21 

At the Mercy of Men— Selzk-Select 4-25-18 

At the Crossroads — Amer Kel 

At the Sign of the Tacl< O'Lantern— Hdksn 1-22-22 

At the Stage Door— FBO 12 18-21 

At Bav — Pathe Exch 

Atom, The— Tri 9-15-18 

Atta Boys Last Race — Fine Arts-Tri 10-19-16 

Auction B'ock, The — Rex Beach Pic. Cor.- 

Gwvn 12-20-17 

Auction of Virtue, The — U. S. Amus.-Art. .5-17-17 

Audrey— F-M\-L.-Prmt 3-30-16 

Autumn — Univ-Red F 3-9-16 

Avalanihe, The — Artcraft 7-6-19 

Avenging Trail, The — Yorke-Metro 1-10-18 

AveraL'e Woman. The- -Hmit SK 2-3-2-4 

Awakening of Helen Ritchie — Rolfe-Metro. 1-18-17 
Awakening of Ruth. The — Edison-Perfec. .9-27-17 

Awakening, The — World-Peerless 12-6-17 

Away Goes Prudence — F.P.-L 7-11-20 

Awful T.utli, Tlie— Pro Dist 7-S-2S 

B 

Babbling Tongues— Ivan-St. Rgt 8-23-17 

Babette — Greater Vita 3-22-17 

Bab, the Fixer— Balboa-Mutl 8-30-17 

Bab's Burglar— F. P. -L.-Prmt 11-15-17 

Bab's Candidate— Vita 7-4-20 

Bab's Diary— F.P.-L.-Prmt 10-18-17 

Bab's Matinee Idol — Para 

Babes In The Woods — Fox 

Bahliitt- Warner 7-20-24 

Baby Mine — Gwyn 10-4-17 

Baby Doll Bandit. A— Univ 

Baby's Diplomacy — Pathe 

Bachelor Daddy, The— FPL 5-7-22 

Bachelor Apartments — Arrow-SR 

Bachelor's Children, A — Vita 4-25-18 

Bachelor's Wife, A — American Prod-Pathe 5-18-19 

Back Pay— FPL 2-19-22 

Back to Yellow Jacket— Arrow-SR 

Back of the Man — Ince-Tri 3-1-17 

Back to God's Country — 1st Natl 11-9-19 

Back to Lift— A'-so Ex 

Back to the Woods — Gwyn 7-28-18 

Back Home and Hroke — F. P.L 12-31 22 

Back Trail, The— Cniv 6-15-24 

Backbone — Gwyn 5-6 23 

Bad Boy, The — Fine Arts-Tri 2 15-17 

Bad Company — Asso Ex 3 29-2? 

Bad Lrnds, The — Pro Dist 10-4-25 

Bad Man. The — 1st Nat 10 7-23 

Badge of Courage, The — Vita 

B?.fTled--I.id. Pic. SR 

Bag ani Rairgage — Selzk 

Bait, The— F P.-1 1-9.21 

Ballet Girl, The— Brady- World 2-3-16 

Bandbox, The — Hdksn 1 1.30- 1 9 

Bandit's Baby, Th.e— FBO 6 7 2.^ 

Bar.doleio. The — Met-Go 9-28-24 

Bar Nothin' — Fox 10-16-21 

Barb-Wirr — A-row-SR 

Barbara Fritrhie — Pop. P. & P.-Metro. ... 1 2-2 1 5 

B.".rh,-,r:; '"rie^chie- -Pro. I;ist 10 5-.M 

Barbary Sheep — Artcraft 9-20-17 

Barharian, The — Pioneer 

Bane. .*>cn of Kazan — \'ita 5-24^=^ 

Barefoot Hon. riie — C. B. C.-SR ....'.'.'.'.11-18-23 

Bargain. The — Famous 

Bargains — Burr-.\ickle 

Barn>^tormer, The — 1st Nat 

Barrier, The — Rex Beach 2-15-17 

Barriers Aflame — 1st Xat 1(1-25-25 

Barriers Burned Away — Asso. Ex. . . . . ! 12 21-24 

Barriers of Society — Univ 

Barrie-s of Folly— RussellSR '. 

Barrier.? of the Law — Ind. Pic.-SR 11-16 24 

Barricade, The — FBO 10-9-21 

Barricade. The — Rolfe-Metro .'.3-8-17 

Baree. Son nf Kazan — Vita 5-26-18 

Bare Fists — I'niv 4-20-19 

Bare Knuckles — Fox 3-6-21 



Barefisted Gallagher— Hampton-R.C.-Mutl 6-29-19 

Barker, The — beiig-K.E.S.L 8-23-17 

Bar Sinister. The — Hall-Abrams & Werner- 

St. Kgt 4-26-17 

Bars of Iron — Stoll 3-6-21 

Bashful Buccaneer, The — Ravart-SR 111-25 

Ba tie Cry of Peace. The— Vita-V.L.S.E. .9-16-15 

Battle of Hearts, The — Fox 5-25-16 

Battle of Life, The — Fox 12-14-16 

Battler, The— World 8-31-19 

Battling Jane — New Art Film Co.-Prmt 10-6-18 

Battling Bunyan — Asso. Ex 12-14-24 

Battling Biukh — Artclass-SR 9-14-24 

Battling Fool, The— Goldstone-SR 

Battling Orioles, The— Pathe 10 26 24 

Battlin' Kid — Prod. Security 

Bavu — Univ-J 4 15-23 

Bawhs of Blue Ridge — Ince-Tri 11-16-16 

Be a Little Sport — Fox 7-6-19 

Be My Wife— (-oldwyn 6-12-21 

Beach of Dreams— R-C 6-26-31 

Beachcomber, The — Famous 

Beans — Bluebird-Univ 9-15-18 

Beast, The— Fox 7-27-16 

Bcaii Brunimel — Warner 4-13-24 

Beau Revel— FPL 3-20-21 

Beating the Game — Gwyn 9-11-21 

Beating the Odds — Vita 5-4-19 

Beatrice Fairfax — Wharton-Intntl 8-17-16 

Beauty and the Rogue — American-Mutl. . .2-21-18 

Beauty and the Bad Man — Pro iJist 

Beauty and the Barge — Famous 

Beauty in Chains — Bluebird 4-11-18 

Beauty Shop, The— FPL 5-14-22 

Beauty Prize, The— Met Go 10-5-24 

Beauty-Proof — Vita 6-8-19 

Beauty's Worth— FPL 4-9-22 

Beautiful Adventure, The— Empire-Mutl. . 10-25-17 

Beautiful Citv, Thc-lst Xat 11-1-25 

Beautiful Gambler. The— Univ 6 26-21 

Beautiful Lie, The— Rolfe-Metro 5-31-17 

Bwiitiful and Damned, The— Warner-SR .. 12-17-23 

Beautiful Liar, The— 1st Nat 

l"!i-:iutiful Sinner. Tl»e — Perfcction-SR ....5 24-25 

Beautifully Trimmed — Univ 12-12-20 

Bear Cat. The— Univ. 4-2 22 

Because of a Woman — Tri. 12-13-17 

Beckoning Flame, The — Tri 12-23-15 

Beckoning Roads— R.C 12-28-19 

Beckoning Trail, The— Red F 8-3-16 

Bedroom Window, The— F. P.-L (-15-24 

Before Midni.eht— Ginsberg-SR 7-5-25 

Before the White Man Came — Arrow 

Beggar in Purple— Pathe 1 1-7-20 

Beggar of Cawnpore, The — Tri-Ince 4-27-16 

Begyai- on Horseback — FPL' -.... ..'.7. . 7 14-25 

Beggar Prince. The — R.C 2-1-20 

Beggar Woman, The— Russian Art-Pathe. .3-14-18 

Behind the Curtain —Univ ^' ~-"?i 

Behind Closed Doors — Triumph-Equitable 1-2/-16 

Behind the Door— F.P.-L 1-4-20 

Behind the Scenes — Famous 

Behind the Scenes — Famous • 

Behind the Lines — Bluebird 9-7-16 

Behind the Lines in Italy — Cines-Rome 9-22-18 

Behind the Mask— Nat'l.-SR 1 1-1-17 

Behind Masks— FP-L l\^'^,\ 

Behold This Woman— \"ita / -2/ -_4 

Behold My Wife— F.P.-L 10-17-20 

Beinc lie-pectalile — Warner S-10-_4 

Belgian, The— Olcott Player^St. Rgt 11-1-17 

Believe Me, Xantippe — Lasky-Prmt 5-19-18 

Believe Me Xantippe — Famous 

Bell Bov 13— 1st Nat 2 11-23 

Bella Donna— F.P.-Prmt ^'^-1? 

Bella Donna— F. P.-L. 4 22-23 

Belle of New York, The— Selz 

Belle of the Season, The— Rolfe-Metro 8-3-19 

Belle of Alaska— Amer Rel 2-26-22 

Bells, The — Anderson-Brunton-Pathe 9-22-18 

Bells of San Juan— Fox 10-15-22 

Beloved Adventuress, The — Peerless-World 7-19-17 

Beloved Brute. The— Vita 11-16-24 

Beloved Blackmailer, The — World 8-18-18 

Beloved Cheater, The— R.C 11-16-19 

Beloved Impostor. The — Vita 12-15-18 

Beloved Tim— Bluebird 12-20-17 

Beloved Traitor, The— Gwjn 3-7-18 



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ARZEN De CSEREPY 

Producer - Director 

(Former Head of Cserepy Film A. G. — Berlin, — Associated with UFA) 



The Night of Terror. 
A Trip to Mars. 
Black Book. 
Mary Magdalen. 



Productions : 

The Girl from Acker Street. 
According to Law. 
The End of the Song. 
Count Sylvain's Revenge. 



Windspeed No. 9. 
Catherine the Great. 
Old Heidelberg. 
Frederick the Great. 



Address: 1639 Broadway, New York, 
c/o Dr. Edmond Pauker. 



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fieloved Vagabond, The — Jose-Pathe-Gold 

Rooster 12-9-lS 

Beloved Vagabond, The— FBO 4-13-24 

Below the Deadline — Ascher-SR 

Below the Line— Warner 9-27-25 

Below the Surface— F.P.-L 6-13-20 

Ben Blair— Pallas-Prmt 3-9-16 

Best Bad Man, The— Fox 12-6-25 

Best Man, The — Hampton-Hdksn 4-27-19 

Best of Enemies, The — Sennett-Keystone- 

Tri 11-n-lS 

Best Man — Gen 

Best of Luck, The— Metro 7-1 1-2* 

Best People, Th^-FP-L 11-1-25 

Betrayed — Fox 9-27-17 

Better Man Wins. The— Sandford-SR 10-22-32 

Better Man, The— Ajrwon-SR 11-13-21 

Better Half, The— Select 9-15-H 

Better "Ole, The— World 3-9-19 

Better Times — Brentwood-R.C.-Mutl 6-15-19 

Better Wire. The— Select 7-13-19 

Better Woman, The — Triiunph-Equitable ll-U-lS 

Betty to the Rescue — Laslcy-Prmt 1-18-17 

Betty Taltes a Hand— Tri 1-3-18 

Bettina Loved a Soldier — Bluebird 8-3-16 

Betty Ro«»— Peerless- World 10-18-17 

Betsy's Burglar — Fine Artt-Tri 3-1-17 

Between Two Worlds — Artclass 7-15-23 

Between Men— Kay Bee-Tri 12-9-15 

Between Friends — Vita 4-20-24 

Bev»re •f the Bride— Fox 10-24-20 

Beware of the Law — Jawitz-SR 4-8-23 

Beyond the Crossroads — Pioneer 

Beyond the Rainbow— Chester Bennett 2-26-22 

Beyond the Rocks— FP-L 5-14-22 

Beyond— FP-L 9.11-31 

Beyond Price— Fox 5-8-21 

Beyond the Bend — Selz 

Beyond the Border — Pro Dist 

Beyond the Cossroads — Pioneer 

Beyond the Ldw— So. Feat. Film-St. Rgt. .12-8-18 

Beyond the shadows— Tri 7-28-17 

Biff Bang Buddy— Artclass-SR 10-5-24 

Big Adventure. The— Univ 4-17-21 

Big Game — Metro I-21-21 

Big Happiness— R.C 9-5-20 

Big Brother— F. P.-L 12-30-23 

Big Dan— Fox 10-28-23 

Big Stakes — East Coast-SR 

Big Jim Garrity — Pathe Gold Rooster 4-27-16 

Big Little Person — Univ 

Big Parade, The— Met-Go 11-22-25 

Big Punch— Fox 2-13-21 

Big Sister, The— F.P.-L.-Prmt 9-7-16 

Big Timber — Morosco-Prmt 6-28-17 

Big Town Ideas— Fox 5-15-21 

Big Town Round-Up— Fox 7-10-21 

Big Tremaine — Yorke-Metro 12-7-16 

Big Timber — Univ 8-3-24 

Bigger Man, The — Rolfe-Metro 9-23-15 

Biggest Show on Earth, The— Ince-Prmt 5-2-18 

Bigamist, The— FBO 4-2-22 

Bill Apperson's Boy — J. Pickford-lst Natl. .7-20-19 

Bill Henry— F.P.-L 9-7-19 

Bill of Divorcement, A — Asso Ex 10-15-22 

Billy Jim— FBO 2-12-22 

Billions — Metro 12-5-20 

Bird of Prey, The— Fox 8-11-18 

Bird of Prey, The— Fox 8-11-18 

Birth- Eugenic-St. Rgt 4-19-17 

Birth of a Man, The — B. Moss-St Rgt 5-18-16 

Birth of a Soul— Vita 2-1-20 

Birth of Democracy, The — Franco-Amer. 

Ex. & Im 1-17-18 

Birth of Patriotism — Red F 4-26-17 

Birth of a Nation — United Artists 

Bishop of the Ozarks— F. B. O 

Bishop's Carriage, The — Famous 

Bishop's Emeralds, The — Pearson-Pathe 6-1-19 

Bit of Jade, A — American-Mutl 4-18-18 

Bits of Life— lat Nat 9- 4-21 

Bit of Kindling, A— Balboa-Mutl 6-28-17 

Bitter Truth, The — Fox 1-18-17 

Bitter Fruit — Arrow-SR 

Black Shadows— Pathe 5-13-23 

Black Bag, The— Univ 6-4-22 

Black Gate, The— Vita 

Black Gold— Steiner-SR 

Black Beauty — Vita 1-9-21 



Black Butterfly, The— Pop. P. & P. Metro 12-21-16 

Black Circle, The— World 10-19-19 

Black Crook — Kalem 1-13-16 

Black Cyclone — Pathe 5-24-25 

Black Orchids — Univ 

Black Lightning— GothamSR 11-16-24 

Black Eyes — Tri 

Black Fear— Rolfe-Metro 1-13-16 

Black Friday— Red F 8-3M6 

Black Beaaty— Vita 1 -9-21 

Black Oxen— 1st Nat 1-13-24 

Black is White— F.P.-L 3-14-20 

Black List, The — Lasky-Prmt 3-2-16 

Black Panther'* Cub — Equity 2-20-21 

Black Rose*— R.-C 4-17-21 

Black Stork, The— Wharton-Sherriott-St. 

Rgt 4.M7 

Black Wolf, Tke— Laaky-Prmt 2-1S-17 

Black Sheep of the Family, The — Univ 

Black Shadows — Fox 

Black Tulip — Prod. Security 

Black Spider — Prod. Security 

Blackbirds — Realrt 12-12-20 

Blackbirds F.P.-L 10-21-15 

Blackmail — Metro 10-3-20 

Blackie's Redemption — Metro 

Blanchette— Photo Prod-SR 11-6-21 

Blaie Away — DiLorenzo-SR 4-16-22 

Blaxing Arrows — ApoUo-SR 

Blazing Love — Fox 5-4-16 

Blazing Trail, Tke— Univ 

Blind Bargain, A— Gwyn 12-10-22 

Blind Circumstances — C'k-Cornelius-SR 

Blind Hearts— 1st Nat 10-16-21 

Blind Adventure, The— Vita 1-10-18 

Blind Husbands— Univ 10-19-19 

Blind Justice— Dansk-Biograf 9-28-16 

Blind Love — Bacon-Aywon-St. Rgt 1-18-20 

Blind Man's Luck — Astra-Pathe 5-31-17 

Blind Man's Eyes — Metro 

Blind Wives— Fox 1- 9-21 

Blind Youth— Nat. Pic 6-20-20 

Blinded Trail, The— Univ 4-20-19 

Blinding Trail, The — Univ 

BHndf olded— Paralta-Hdksn 5-2-18 

Blindness of Devotion, The — Fox 11-18-15 

Blindness of Divorce, The— Fox 5-2-18 

Blindness of Love, The — Rolfe 3-16-16 

Blinky— Univ 8-26-23 

Blizzard, The— Fox 2-24-24 

Blood and Sand— FP-L 8-13-22 

Blood and Steel— Independent-SR 3-1-25 

Blood Barrier, The— Pathe 4-3-20 

Blood of His Fathers — Horsley-Art-Dram. . 11-29-17 

Blood Will Tell— Ince-Tri 3-29-17 

Bloodhound, The— FBO 

Blooming Angel, The — Gwyn 2-1 5-20 

Blond Vampire, The— FBO-G 

Blot, The— F. B. Warren 8-21-21 

Blow Your Own Horn— F. B. 11-4-23 

Bludgeon, The— Equitable-World 10-28-13 

Bluebeard, Jr. — Amer Rel 

Bluebeard's Eighth Wife— F. P.-L 8-12-23 

Blue Mountain Mystery — FBO-G 

Blue Sunday — Univ 

Blue Blazes— Russel-Griever-SR 2-21-18 

Blue Bird, The— Artcraft 4- 4-18 

Blue Blood — Selexart-Gwyn 5-2-18 

Blue Blood and Red— Fox 4-6-16 

Blue Bonnet, The— Natl-Hdksn 8-31-19 

Blue Envelope Mystery, The— Greater Vit. 10-19-16 

Blue Eyed Mary— Fox 5-26-18 

Blue Grass— Equitable-World 10-21-15 

Blue Jeans— Rolf e-Metro 3-28-18 

Blue Moon, The — Pathe 

Blue Peari, The— Selzk 3-7-20 

Blue Streak McCoy— Univ 8-1-20 

Blue Streak, The— Fox 4-12-17 

Blue Waters — New Brunswick-SR 

Bluff- F. P.-L 5-4-24 

Bluff— American-Mutl 10-19-16 

Bluffer, The— World 1-26-19 

Blushing Bride, The — Fox 3-6-21 

Bob Hampton of Placer— 1st Natl 5-8-21 

Bobbed Hair— FP-L-R 3-26-22 

Bobbed Hair— Warner 11-8-25 

Bobbie of the Ballet— Bluebird 6-1-16 



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Bobby Buriiit— Famous • • • • • • • 

Body and Soul— Metro. Wl ,c 

Body and Soul— Frohman-World ^^'Vll 

Bohemian Girl, The— Selzk I'llol 

Bolted Door, The— Univ ?,,iq 

Bolshevism on Trail— Select ^'tl']Z 

Bond of Fear, The-Tri. 9-20- / 

Bond Between, The— Pallas-Prmt 4-5-17 

Bond Boy, The— 1st Nat ............ 1 ... • 10-15-22 

Bonds of Honor— Haworth-R.C , q Jq 

Bonds of Love — Gwyn 11-8-19 

Bondage — Bluebird 

Bondage of Barbara — Gwyn 

Bondage of Fear, The— Peerless-Brady- „ , , ^, 

Bonded Woman, The— FP-L 8-13 22 

Bondman, The— Fox 3-23-16 

World • \-lf]l 

Bondwomen — Kleine 12-23-15 

Bonnie Annie Laurie — E.\cel-Fox 10-6-18 

Bonnie, Bonnie Lassie — Univ 

Bonnie Briar Bush, The— FPL 12-4-21 

Bonnie May — Federated 

Book Agent, The— Fox 6-7-17 

Boomerang, The— Natl-Pioneer 5-4-19 

Boomerang, The — Schulberg ^"il'oo 

Boomerang Bill— FP-L 2-12-22 

Boomerang Justice — Russell-SR 

Boots — Famous 

Boots — Parmt 3-2-19 

Boots and Saddles— Balboa-Moss-St. Rgt.. 11-2-16 

Bootlegger's Daughter, The — Asso. Ex-P 

Bootleggers, The— FBO-G 4-12-22 

Border Intrigue — Independent-SR 5-17-25 

Border Justice — Ind. Pic.-SR 

Border Legion, The— F. P. L 11-9-24 

Border Legion, The— T. Hayes Hunter 8-4-18 

Border Raiders, The— Diando-Pathe 9-22-18 

Border Scouts, The— Bert Hall-SR 

Border \'enq:eaiice — Aywon-SR 8-2-25 

Border Wireless, The — Hart-Ince-Artcraft 10-6-18 

Border Wolves — Univ 

Bolder Women— Goldstone-SR 10-12-24 

Borderland— FP-L 7-30-22 

Born Rich— 1st Nat. ._ 

Borrowed Clothes — Univ 

Borrowed Finery — TifFany-SR 

Borrowed Husbands— Vita 5-18-24 

Borrowed Plumage — Kay Bee-Tri 7-5-17 

Boss of the Lazy "Y" — Tri 

Boss of Camp 4— Fox 11-9-22 

Boston Blackie— Fox 5-20-23 

Boston Blackie's Little Pal— Metro 9-8-18 

Bottle Imp, The— Lasky-Prmt 3-29-17 

Bottom of the Well, The— Vita 10-25-17 

Bottom of the World, The— R.C 4-3-20 

Bound in Morocco — Artcraft 8-4-18 

Bound in Morocco — Famous 

Bought— World 12-30-15 

Bought and Paid For— Brady- World 11-2-16 

Bought and Paid For— FP-L 3-19-22 

Bowery Bishop, Ihe— Selzk 9-28-24 

Boy Crazy— FBO 3-5-22 

Boy of Flanders, A — Met-Go 3-30-24 

Boy of Mine— 1st Nat 12-30-23 

Boy-Girl. The— Bluebird 3-8-17 

Boys Will Be Boys— Gwyn 5-22-21 

Brace Up— Bluebird 3-21-18 

Bramble Bush, The— Vita 9-28-19 

Brand of Cowardice, The — Truart-SR ....7-5-25 

Brand of Satan, The— Peerless- World 7-12-17 

Brand, The— Gwyn 2-23-19 

Brand of Cowardice, The— Rolfe-Metro. . 11-2-16 

Brand of Lopez, The— R.C 4-3-20 

Brand's Daughter — Gen 

Branded Soul— Stoll 2-13-21 

Branded Soul — Fox 

Branded Woman — 1st Natl 9-12-20 

Branded — Lee-Bradf'd-SR 

Branding Broadway — Artcraft 12-22-18 

Branding Iron — Gwyn 11-14-20 

Brass Buttons — Russell-Pathe 4-13-19 

Brass — Warner 3-18-23 

Brass Check, The — Rolfe-Metro 3-28-18 

Brass Bowl, The— Fox 1116 24 

Brass Bottle— 1st Nat 7-29-23 

Brass Commandments — Fox 

Brat, The — Metro 9-14-19 

Brave and Bold — Fox 5-19-18 



Braveheart — Pro Dist 1.17-26 

Bravest Way, The — Lasky-Prmt 6-9-18 

Brawn of the North — 1st Nat 11-19-22 

Brazen Beauty, The — Bluebird-Univ 9-15-18 

Bread — Univ 8-4-18 

Bread — Met.-flo 7-20-24 

Break the News to Mother — Select 5-25-19 

Breaker, The — Essanay-Keys 12-7-16 

Breakers Ahead — Rolfe-Metro 4-11-18 

Breaking Home Ties — Asso Ex 11-26-23 

Breaking Point, The — Hdksn 2-6-21 

Breaking Point. The— F. P.-L 4-13-24 

Breaking Into Society — F B. O 

Breath of Scandal, The— Schulberg 8-24-24 

Breath of the Gods — Univ 8-1-20 

Breathless Moment, The — Univ 2-3-24 

Bred in the Bone — Mutl 12-30-15 

Breed of Men — Artcraft 2-9-19 

Breed of the Border— FBO 

Breezy Jim — Tri 

Brewster's Millions — Famous 

Brewster's Millions — F.P.-L 2-6-21 

Bride of Fear, The — Fox 4-25-18 

Bride of Hate, The— Ince-Tri 1-25-17 

Bride's Awakening, The — Univ 5-12-18 

Bride's Silence^Mut ., 

Bride's Confession, The — Graphic 

Bride's Play, The— FP-L 1-15-22 

Bridge, The— Metro 

Bridges Burned— Pop. P. & P.-Metro 2-8-17 

Bridge of Sighs, The — Warner 4-5-25 

Brigadier Gerard — Univ.-Red F 3-23-16 

Bright Lights— Met-Go 11-22-25 

Bright Lights of Broadway — Principal ....9-30-23 

Bright Shawl, The— 1st Nat 4-22-23 

Bring Him In— Vita 10 23-22 

Bringing Home Father — Bluebird 5-31-17 

Bringing Up Betty— World 7-27-19 

Britton of the Seventh— Vita- V.L.S.E 5-11-16 

Broad Daylight — Univ 10-29-22 

Broadway After Dark — Warner 5-25-24 

Broadway Arizona — Tri 10-4-17 

Broadway Bill — Yorke-Metro 2-21-18 

Broadway Bubble, The— Vita 11-21-20 

Broadway or Bust — Univ 6-8 24 

Broadway Broke — Selzk 12-30-23 

Broadway Butterfly, The — Warner 3-29-25 

Broadway Cowboy, A — Pathe 7-4-20 

Broadway Gold— Truart-SR 7-22-23 

Broadway and Home — Selzk 12-26-20 

Broadway Jones — Cohan-Artcraft 3-29-17 

Broadway Lady, The— FBO 12-13-25 

Broadway Love — Bluebird 1-17-18 

Broadway Madonna, The — FBO 11-29-22 

Broadway Peacock, A — Fox 2-12-22 

Broadway Rose, A — Metro 9-24-22 

Broaway Saint, A— World , 7-20-19 

Broadway Scandal, A — Bluebird 6-2-18 

Broadway Sport, The— Fox 6-14-17 

Broken Barriers-^Met-Go 8-10-24 

Broken Barriers (Khavah) — Zion 

Broken Blossoms — Griffith 5-18-19 

Broken Butterfly, The — R.C 10-26-19 

Broken Chains — Peerless-Brady-World ....12-7-16 

Broken Chains — Gwyn 12-17-23 

Broken Commandments — Fox 9-4-19 

Broken Doll. A— Asso. Prod 6-19-21 

Broken Fetters — Bluebird 6-22-16 

Broken Gate — Hkdsn 12-26-20 

Broken Hearts of Broadway — Cummings- 

S.R .■ 7-29-23 

Broken Law, The — Fox 12-16-1$ 

Broken Laws— FBO 12-7-24 

Broken Melody, The— Selzk 12-28-19 

Broken Spur, The — Arrow 

Broken Shadows— 2nd NatSR 

Broken Silence, The — Arrow-SR 7-30-22 

Broken Ties— Peerless- World 2-28-18 

Broken Violin, The— Arrow-SR 4-8-23 

Broken Wing, The— Prefrd 8-26-23 

Brothers Under the Skin— Gwyn 11-19-22 

Brothers Divided— Pathe 1-4-20 

Bromley Case, The — Arrow 

Bronze Bell, The— FP-L 7-10-21 

Bronze Bride. The— Red F 3-29-17 

Brown of Harvard — Essanay-Perfection. .12-27-17 
Brute Breaker, The— Pathe 11-23-19 



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DIRECTOR OF THE JOHN BARRYMORE 
PRODUCTIONS 

"DON JUAN" "MANON LESCAUT" 

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Brute, The — Famous 

Brute Master — Hdksn 11-28-20 

B'sun's Mate — Famous 

Bucking the Tigei^-Solzk S-1-21 

Bucking the Line — Fox 1 1-6-21 

Bucking the Barrier — Fox 4-15-23 

Bucking Broadway — Butterfly 12-13-17 

Buchanan's Wife — Fox 

Bugle Call, The— Ince-Tri 5-4-16 

Bugler of Algiers. The — Bluebird 11-30-16 

Builders of Casrtles — Edison-K.E.S.E 5-3-17 

Bullet Proof — Univ 4-5-2« 

Bullets and Brown Eyes — Kay-Bee-Tri 3-2-16 

Bulldog Drummond — Hrksn 11-26-22 

Bunch of Keys — Essanay-V.L.S.E 9-30-1 5 

Bunty Pulls the Strings — Gwyn 1-9-21 

Burden of Proof, The— Select 9-8-18 

Burglar, The— Peerless World 11-8-17 

Burglar and the Lady, The — Sun 12-30-15 

Burglar for a Night, A — Paralta-Hksh 8-11-18 

Burglary by Proxy— J. Pickford-lst Natl. .8-31-H 

Burglar Proof — F.P.-L 

Buried Treasure — F.P.-L 2-20-21 

Burn 'Em Up Barnes— C. C. Burr-SR. . 8-21-31 

Burnt Wings — Uniy 2-22-20 

Burning Daylight — Metro 5-16-20 

Burning the Candle — Essanay-K.E.S.E 3-15-17 

Burning Daylight — Famous 

Burning Troil, The— Univ 4-5-25 

Burning Words — Univ 5-27-23 

Burning Sands — FP-L 9-10-22 

Busy Inn, The — Russian Art-Pathe 4-25-18 

Busher, The — Prmt 6-1-19 

Business is Business — Univ 9-16-15 

Business of Life, The — Vita 4-25-18 

Bustin' Through — Univ 10-4-25 

Buster, The — Fox 

Butterfly Range — Wm. Steiner-SR 

Butterfly Girl, The— Asso. Exhib 

Butterfly Girl, The — Playgoers Pic S-29-21 

Butterfly Man, The — R.C 5-30-20 

Butterfly on the Wheel, The — World 11-18-15 

Bntterfl> — Univ.-J 8-24-24 

By Divine Right — FBO 

By Hook or Crook — World 9-22-18 

By Proxy — Tri 7-14-18 

By Right of Possession — Vita 8-2-17 

By Right of Purchase — Selzk-Select 3-28-18 

By the World Forgot — Vita 9-15-18 

By Whose Hand? — Equitable-World 4-20-16 

C 

Cabaret, The— World 6-16-18 

Cabaret Girl, The — Univ 12-29-18 

Cabinet of Dr. Caligari — Gwyn 4-10-21 

Cabiria — First Nat'l 

Cactus Crandall — Tri 8-11-18 

Cafe in Cairo, A — Pro. Dist 3 22-25 

Caillaux Case, The — Standard-Fox 10-13-18 

Caleb Piper's Girl — Pathe 

Calendar Girl, The — American-Mutl 10-25-17 

CalR-ary Stampede, The — Univ-T 10-11-2'^ 

Calibre .38 — FI. CI. H 

Calibre 45— Ind. Pic- SR .'..'.'.'.'.*.!!.'.' 

Call of Courage, The — Univ 9-6-2.'; 

Call of Her People, The— Rolfe-Metro. ','.". 6-7-17 
Call of the Cumberlands, The— Pallas-Prmt. .2-3-16 

Call of the Canyon — F. P.-L 12-23-23 

Call of East, The — Lasky-Prmt '.'.'.. 11-29-17 

Call of the Soul, The — Fox 1-2-19 

Call of the Mate, The— Goldstone-SR '.'.8-3-24 

Call of the Wild— Pacific-SR 

Call of the Wild, The— Pathe 9-30-23 

Call of the Hills, The— Lee-Bradford-S.R 

Call bi Home, The — FBO 1-22-22 

Call of the North, The— FP-L !!!!l2-4-21 

Call of Youth— F.P.-L 

California Romance, A — Fox 12-10-23 

California Straight Ahead — Univ-J 9-6-25 

Calvert's Valley — Fox 10-8-22 

Cambric Mask, The — Vita .".'.'.'.'.'.'. .3-30-19 

Cameo Kirby — Fox 10-21-23 

Cameron of the Royal Mounted— Hdksn! ".! .1-15-22 

Camille— World 12-30-15 

Camille — Fox 

Camille — Metro '.'. ' 9.11.21 

Camille of the Barbary Coast-^Asso"Ex. .8-2-25 
Camille of the Ytikon — Fox 



Camille— Foreign-Hanover-Genl 10-18-17 

Camouflage Kiss, A — Fox 4-25-1 • 

Campbells Are Coming, The— Univ 10-21-15 

Can a Woman Love Twice — F. B. 3-4-23 

Candy Girl, The — Thanhouser-Patlie 5-l»-17 

Canyon of the Foods— F. B. 1-28-23 

Capital Punishment— Schulberg SR 1-18-25 

Capitol, The— Hodksn 

Capitol, The— Pathe 12-21-19 

Caprice of the Mountains — Fox 7-13-16 

Caprice — Famous 

Captain Jinks of tke Horse Marines — Essa- 

Captain Fly-By-Night— F. B. 12-24-22 

Captain Courtesy — Famous 

Cap'n Dan — Unit. Artists 

Captain Kidd, Jr.— Artcraft 4-6-19 

Captain Kiddo— Lasalida-Pathe 7-2»-17 

Captain Swift— ViU 4-25-20 

Captain of His Soul— Tri 2-14-1* 

Captain Alveret — Vita 

Captain of the Grey Horse Troap, Tke 

—ViU 5-24-17 

Captain's Captain, Tke — ViU 1-5-19 

Captive God, The— Tri 7-13-16 

Captivating Mary Caratairs— Natl. ...... .12-16-15 

Cappy Ricks— FP-L 8-28-21 

Captain Blood— Vita 9-14-24 

Captain January — Principal 7-13-24 

Cardigan— Amer Rel 2-2*-22 

Career of Catherine Busk, The — Prmt- 

Artcraf t 8-17-19 

Carmen — Fox: 11-4-15 

Carmen— E8sanay-V.L.S.E 6-1-16 

Carmen — Lasky-Prmt 11-4-15 

Carmen of the Klondike— Selexart-St. Regt. 2-28-18 

Carmen of the Nortk—Hlmark 5-23-20 

Carnival— Untd Art 7- 3-21 

Carolyn of the Corners— Pathe 

Case at Law, A— Eastem-Tri 11-15-17 

Case of Becky, Tke— Lasky-Prod 9-23-15 

Case of Becky, The— FP-L-R 10-16-21 

Casey at the Bat— Fine Arta-Tri 6-22-16 

Cassidy— Eastern Tri 10-18-17 

Caste — Vita 

Caste— English-Vita 7-26-17 

Castles for Two— Lasky-Prmt 3-8-17 

Castles in the Air — Metro 

Cast-Off, The — Ince-Foursquare 3-7-18 

Catch My Smoke— Fox 12-31-22 

Catch My Dust— Fox 

Catspaw, The — Edison-Kleine 1-20-16 

Caught in the Act— Fox 12-15-18 

Caught Bluffing— Univ 9-17-22 

Cause for Divorce— Selzk 1-27-24 

Cavanaugh of the Forest Rangers — ViU. .2-28-18 

Cave Girl, The— 1st Nat 2-26-22 

Caveman, The— ViU-V.L.S.E 12-2-15 

Cecilia of the Pink Roses— Graphic 5-26-18 

Certain Rich Man, A— Hdksn 10-9-21 

Certain Rich Man, A. — Selzk 

Chain Invisible, The — Equiuble 4-27-16 

Chain Lightning— Arrow-SR 3-19-22 

Chains of Evidence— Hlmark 3-7-20 

Chalk Marks— Pro. Dist 11-23-24 

Chalice of Sorrow, The— Bluebird 9-28-16 

Challenge of the Law— Fox 10-17-20 

Challenge, The— Astra- Pathe 12-14-16 

Challenge, The — Amer. Rel 

Challenge Accepted, The — Arden-Hdksn. 12-22-18 

Challenge of Chance— Wilke-Ind 7-6-19 

Chamber Mystery, The — Arrow 

Champion of Lost Causes — Fox 3-15-25 

Changing Women, The — Vita 8-18-18 

Chang and the Law — Prod. -Security 

Changing Husbands— F. P.-L 6-29-24 

Channing of the Northwest — Selzk 

Chaperon, The — Essanay-K.E.S.E 11-23-16 

Chapter in Her Life, A— Univ-J 9-9-23 

Charge It — Equity S-29-21 

Charge It to Me — American-Pathe 4-27-19 

Charity Castle — American-Mutl 9-13-17 

Charley's Aunt— Pro Dist 2-15-25 

Charlotte — Commonwealth-St. Regt 11-29-17 

Charm School— F.P.-L 1-9-21 

Charmer, The — Bluebird 8-30-17 

Charmer, The— FP-L 4-19-25 

Charming Deceiver, The — Vita 

Chase, The— Jacob Fabian 7-8-23 



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Boris Photo 



LYA DE PUTTl 



Chasing Rainbows — Fox 8-24-19 

Chasing the Moon — Vox 2-5-22 

Chastity — 1st Nat 5-4-24 

Chattel, The— Vita 9-14-16 

Cheap Kisses — FBO 

Cheaper to Marry — Met-Go 2-15-2S 

Cheat, The— F. P.-L 9-2-23 

Cheat, The — Lasky 12-16-15 

Cheated Love — Univ 5-29-21 

Cheated Hearts — Univ 12-4-21 

Cheater, The — Metro 6-20-20 

Cheater Reformed, The — Fox 2-27-21 

Cheating Cheaters — Select 1-19-19 

Cheating the Public — Fox 1-24-18 

Cheating Herself — Fox 

Chechahcos, The — Asso. Ex 5-18-24 

Checkers — Fox 8-3-19 

Checkmate, The — Balboa-Mutl S-31-17 

Cheerful Givers — Fine Arts-Tri 4-19-17 

Chelsea 7750 — Famous 

Chicken Casey — Ince-Tri 1-25-17 

Chicken in the Case — Selzk 2-6-21 

Chickens— F.P.-L 3-13-21 

Chickie — 1st Nat 5-3-25 

Child of Mystery, A — Univ 

Child of the Wild— Fox 

Child for Sale, A — Graphic-St. Rgt 3-28-20 

Child of Destiny, The — Columbia-Metro. .8-3-16 
Child of the Paris Street, A— Fine Arts- 
Tri 5-18-16 

Child of M'sieu — Tri 

Child Thou Gavest Me — 1st Nat 

Children in the House, The — Fine-Arts-Tri 4-20-16 

Children of Banishment — Select 3-2-19 

Children of Dust — 1st Nat 610-23 

Children of the Feud— Fine-Arts-Tri 11-30-16 

Children of Night — Fox 6-19-21 

Children ot tlie Whirlwind — Arrow-SR ..lO-lS^"; 

Children Not Wanted — Selzk 

Children Pay, The — Fine-Arts-Tri 12-7-16 

Children of Destiny — Selzk 

Children of Jazz — F. P.-L 7-15-23 

Chimmie Fadden — Famous 

Chimmie Fadden Out West — Lasky-Prmt. . 12-2-lS 

Chivalrous Charley — Selzk 

Christmas Carol, The — Famous 

Christine of the Hungry Heart — 1st Nat . . 10-2'6-24 

Christian, The— Vita 

Christian, The — Gwyn l-'2'8-23 

Choosing a Wife — Brit Prod-lst Natl 8-17-19 

Chorus Girl's Romance — Metro 8-22-20 

Chorus Lady, The — Lasky-Prmt 10-2-15 

Chorus Lady, The — Pro. Dist 2-28-25 

Chu Chin Chow — Met-Go 2-15-25 

Cigarette Girl, The — Astra-Pathe 6-28-17 

Cinderella — Famous 

Cinderella of the Hills — Fox 10-30-21 

Cinderella Man, The — Gwyn 12-20-17 

Cinderella's Twin — Metro 12-27-20 

Cinderella's Twin — Metro 1- 9-21 

Cinema Murder, The — F.P.-L 1-25-20 

Circe, The Enchantress — Met. -Go 9-14-24 

Circle, The^Met-Go 10-4-25 

Circumstantial Evidence — Arrow 

Circus of Life — Univ .' 

Circus Cowboy, The — Fox 4 27-24 

Circular Staircase. The — Selig-V.L.S.E 6-23-15 

Circus Cyclone, The — Univ 8-23-25 

Circus Romance, A — Equitable 2-3-16 

Circus Days — 1st Nat 7-22-23 

Circus Man, The — Famous Prmt 

Circus Tim. — Prod. -Security 

City, The — Comstock-World 1-20-16 

City of Comrades, The — Gwyn 7-20-19 

City of Dim Faces, The — Prmt 7-14-19 

City of Illusion, The — Ivan-St Rgt 4-11-16 

City of Masks, The — F.P.-L 7-18-20 

City That Never Sleeps, The— F. P.-L 10-5-24 

City of Purple Dreams — Film Mkt 

City of Silent Men — F.P.-L 4-10-21 

City Sparrow — F.P.-L 9-12-20 

City of Tears, The— Bluebird-Univ 6-30-18 

Civilian Clothes — FP-L 11-28-20 

Civilization — Ince 6-8-16 

Civilization's Child — Tri-Kay Bee 4-20-16 

Claim, The — Rolfe-Metro 4-11-18 

Clarence — FPL 10-22-22 

Clarion, The — Equitable-World 2-17-16 



Clash of the Wolves — Warner 11-22-25 

Classmates— 1st Nat 11-23-24 

Classified— 1st Nat 1011-25 

Clay Dollars— Selzk 10-23-21 

Claw, The— C.K.Y.-Select 6-9-18 

Claws of the Hun, The— Ince-Prmt 7-7-18 

Clean Heart, The— Vita 9-28-24 

Clean Gun — Gen 

Clean-Up. The— Univ 9-16-23 

Clean-Up, The— Bluebird 8-9-17 

Cleopatra — Fox 10-18-17 

Clever Mrs. Carfax, The— Lasky-Prmt 11-8-17 

Climbers, The— Vita 11-9-19 

Climber, The — Gen 

Clock, The— Bluebird 4-5-17 

Clodhopper, The— Kay Bee-Tri 6-28-17 

Closed Doors— Vita 5-22-21 

Closed Road. The — Paragon- World 4-2-16 

Closing Net, The — ^Jose-Pathe 10-14-15 

Closin' In— Tri 6-23-18 

Clothes— Metro 9-19-20 

Clothes — Famous 

Clothes Make the Pirate— 1st Nat 11-29-25 

Cloud, The— Van Dyke-Art 3-15-17 

Cloud Rider, The— FBO 

Clouded Name, The— World 8-24-19 

Clouded Name, The— Play Go 2-25-23 

Cloudburst— Lee-Bradf'd-SR 

Cloven Tongue — Pathe 

Clover's Rebellion — Vita 5-24-17 

Clown, The — Lasky-Prmt 6-22-16 

Clutch of Circumstances, The — Vita 8-25-18 

Coast of Folly— FPL 9-13-25 

Coast of Opportunity — Hdksn 12-19-20 

Coast Patrol, The— Barskv-SR 

Coax Me — World 8-3-19 

Cobra— FPL 12-13-25 

Cock 'O The Walk— F.P.-L 

Code of the Sea, The— F. P.-1 6-1-24 

Code of the West — FP-1 4-26-25 

Code of the Wilderness, The— Vita 7-6-24 

Code of Marcia Gray, The — Morosco-Prmt 3-16-16 

Code of the Yukon — Screencraft 12-8-18 

Coincidence — Metro 5-8-21 

Cold Deck, The— Ince-Lynch-St. Rgt 11-8-17 

Cold Steel— R.C 6-5-21 

College Orphan, The — Univ 10-21-15 

College Widow, The— Vita 

Colleen of the Pines — FBO 7-9-22 

Colonel's Wife, The— Pathe 

Colonel Bridau — Entente 

Colorado — Univ 2-27-21 

Colorado Pluck— Fox 5-8-21 

Come Again Smith — Hampton-Hdksn. ... 1-26-19 

Come-Back, The — Metro 5-14-16 

Combat, The— Greater Vita 9-21-16 

Come On In — Loos-Prmt 9-22-l» 

Come on Cowboys — Arrow-SR 

Come On Over — Gwyn 3-19-22 

Come Through — Univ 

Come Out of the Kitchen — Prmt 5-25-19 

Comins of Amos, The— Pro Dist 9-27-2'5 

Coming of the Law, The — Fox 5-18-19 

Coming Through— FP-L 2-22-25 

Comin' Through the Rye — Hepworth ..12-14-24 

Commercial Pirates — Arrow 

Common Cause, The — Blackton-Vita 12-8-18 

Common Clay — Astra-Pathe 1-26-19 

Common Ground — Lasky-Prmt 8-3-16 

Common Level — Translantic-SR 

Common Property — Univ 

Common Sense — Selzk 

Common Law, The — Selzk 11-4-23 

Common Sin, The — Hlmark 

C(f n-proniise — Warner 11-1-25 

Comrade John — Pathe 

Conceit— Selzk 12-25-21 

Concert, The — Gwyn 2-27-21 

Coney Island Princess, A — P.P. -Prmt 12-7-16 

Conductor 1492— Warner-SR 3 23-24 

Conquering the Woman — Asso Ex 12-17-23 

Confession — Fox 6-16-19 

Confessions of a Queen — Met-Go j-29-25 

Confession, The — Nat'l F.-SR 

Confidence— Univ 9-24-22 

Confidence Man, The— F. P.-L 4 20-24 

Conflict— Univ 10-30-21 

Conflict, The— Vita- V.L.S.E 7-6-16 



83 



^f^^^ 



! ''^s You Are' 



Russell Ball 
4-West49th St., 
New York City 






84 



Connecticut Yankee at King Arthur'* 

Court— Fox 2- «-21 

Conquered Hearts— K.E.S.E 

Conquering Power, The— Metro 7-10-21 

Conqueror, The — Ince-Tri 1-6-16 

Conqueror, The — Fox- Standard 10-25-17 

Conquest of Canaan, The — Frohman lO-S-16 

Conquest of Canaan— FP-L 7-17-21 

Conrad in Quest of His Youth— F.P.-L.. .11-14-20 

Conscience — Fox 

Conscience of John David, The — Hortley- 

Mutl 4-27-16 

Conspiracy, The, — Famous 

Content — Selzk 

Contraband— FP-L 3-29-25 

Contrast, The— Labor F. Serv 6-S-21 

Convict 993— Astra-Pathe 12-20-17 

Convict 1 3 — Metro 

Cook of Canyon Camp, The — Morosco-Prmt 7-19-17 

Copperhead, The— F.P.-L 2-15-20 

Cora — Metro 

Cordelia the Magnificent— Metro 5-20-23 

Corporal Jim's Ward — Prod.-Seciuity 

Corner Grocer, The— F.P.-L 10-11-17 

Corner in Cotton, A — Quality-Metro 3-9-16 

Comer. The— Tri 12-16-15 

Cornered— Warner 10-19-24 

Corsican Brothers, The-;-Un Pic 12-28-19 

Co-Respondent — Univ 

Cossack Whip, The — Edison-K.E.S.E. .. .11-16-16 

Cost of Hatred, The — Lasky-Prmt 4-19-17 

Cost, Th<^— F.P.-L 4.18-20 

Cotton and Cattle — WesUrt-St. Rgt 

Cotton King, The— World 9-9-15 

Counsel for the Defense — Asso Ex 1-17-26 

Counterfeit— F.P.-L 11-30-19 

Counterfeit Love — Play Go 6-24-23 

Countess Charming, The — Lasky-Prmt. .. .9.27.17 

Count of Monte Cristo, The — Famous 

Country Cousin, The — Selzk 12-14-19 

Country God Forgot, The — K.E.S.E 10-5-16 

Country Flapper, The— Prod. Sec.-SR 9-13-22 

Country Chairman, The — Famous 

Country Kid. The— Warner-SR 11-4-23 

Country Mouse. The — Famous 

County Fair, The — Pioneer 1-23-21 

Courage— 1st Nat 6-19-21 

Courage for Two — World 2-9-19 

Courage of Marge O'Doone, The — Vita. .. .6-6-20 
Courage of Silence, The — Greater Vita. .. .2-8-17 
Courage of Commonplace, The — Perfec- 
tion 11-22-17 

Courageous Coward — Ex Mut 

Courageous Coward, The — Sable-SR 

Court Martialled — Univ 

Courtship of Miles Standish, The — Asso. Ex.1 1-4-23 

Courtesan, The — American-Mutl 5-25-16 

Cousin Kate — Vita 

Covered Wagon, The— F. P.-L 3-25-23 

Coward, The— Kay Bee-Tri 10-7-1! 

Cowardice Court — Fox 

Cowboy and the Lady, The — FP-L 11-12-22 

Coyote Fangs— F & W.-SR 9-28-24 

Crab. The— Ince-Tri 1-18-17 

Cradle, The— FP-L 3-26-22 

Cradle Buster, The — Amer Rel 5-28-22 

Cradle of Courage — F.P.-L 9-26-20 

Craving, The— M. H. Hoffman 9-29-18 

Craving, The — American-Mutl 3-2-16 

Crashing Through to Berlin — ^Jewel-UniT. .8-18-18 

Crashin' Thru — F. B. 4-1-23 

Craven, The — H. Bollman 

Crackerjack, The — East Coast-SR 5-24-25 

Crack O' Dawn— Rayart-SR 10-18-25 

Crazy to Marry— FP-L 8- 7-21 

Creaking Stairs — Univ 2-2-19 

Cricket on the Hearth — Selzk 

Cricket, The— Butterfly 11-29-17 

Crime and Punishment — Arrow-Pathe. .. .2-15-17 

Criminal, The — Ince-Tri 10-26-16 

Crimson Cross — Pioneer 

Crimson Dove, The— Peerless-Brady-W'ld. .6-7-17 

Crimson Gardenia, The — Gwyn 6-15-19 

Crimson Runner, The — Pro Dist 6-7-2S 

Crimson Shoals — Monopol-St. Rgt 10-26-19 

Crimson Stain Mystery, The — Consol-Met. .8-24-16 

Crimson Challenge. The — FP-L 4-23-22 

Crimson Cross — Pioneer 

Crimson Clue, The — Clark-Comelius-SR 



Crinoline and Romance — Metro 1-28-23 

Crippled Hand, The— Bluebird 4-20-16 

Crisis, The— Selig 10-5-16 

Critical Age, The— Hdksn 5-6-23 

Crooked Alley— Univ 12-2-23 

Crooked Romance, A— Astra-Pathe 9-27-17 

Crooked Straight— F.P.-L 11-2-19 

Crooked Streets— F.P.-L 8-1-20 

Crook of Dreams— World 2-23-19 

Crooky — Vita 

Cross-Bearer, The— Peerless-World 4-18-18 

Cross Currents— Fine Arts-Tri 12-9-lS 

Cross Roads of New York, The— Ist Nit ..5-28-22 

Cross Roads — Wm. Smith-SR 

Crossing Trails — Asso Phot-SR 

Crossed Trails— Ind. Pic.-SR 4-20-24 

Crossed Wires— Univ 5-20-23 

Crow's Nest — Aywon-SR 

Crockett, Davy— Pallas-Prmt 4-20-16 

Crowded Hour, The— FP-L 5-3-25 

Crown Jewels— Tri 12-22-18 

Crown Prince's Double, The— Vit-V.L.S.E. .1-6-16 

Crucible — Famous 

Crucial Test, The— Brady -World 7-6-16 

Crusader, The — Fox 

Cruise of the Makebelieve — Prmt *-8-18 

Cry of the Weak. The— Astra-Pathe 4-20-19 

Crystal Gazer, The— Lasky-Prmt 9-20-17 

Cub Reporter, The— Goldstone-SR 9-24-22 

Cumberland Romance, A — Realrt 8-15-20 

Cupid by Proxy— Diando-Pathe 7-14-18 

Cupid Forecloses — ViU 7-6-19 

Cupid, the Cowpuncher — Gwyn 8-1-20 

Cupid's Round-up — Fox 

Cupid's Brand — ^Arrow 

Cupid's Fireman — Fox 12-16-23 

Cup of Fury, The— Gwyn 4-11-20 

Cup of Life, The— Asso Prod 9-11-21 

Curlytop — Fox 

Curse of Eve, The— Corona- St. Rgt 10-18-17 

Curse of Drink— Apollo-SR 9-3-22 

Curse of Iku, The — Essanay-Perfection. ...3-28-18 

Curtain— 1st Natl 10-10-20 

Custard Cup, The— Fox 1-21-23 

Cy Wittaker's Ward— K.E.S.E. 

Cycle of Fate, The— Selig- V.L.S.E. 4-6-16 

Cyclone Bliss — Arrow-SR 

Cyclone Cavalier, The— Rayart-SR 10-4-25 

Cyclone Jones— Aywon-SR 9-30-23 

Cyclone Rider. The— Fox 10-5-24 

Cyclone of Higgins, D.D. — Metro 5-19-18 

Cyclone, The — Fox 1-18-20 

Cyrano De Bergerac — Atlas-SR 7-19-25 

Cytherea— 1st Nat 4-20-24 

Cynthia of the Minute— Hdksn 7-11-20 

D 

Dad's Girl — Selzk 

Daddy— 1st Nat 3-11-23 

Daddy Long Legs— 1st— Natl 5-18-19 

Daddy's Girl— Diando-Pathe 2-21-18 

Daddy's Gone A'Hunting — Met-Go 3-8-25 

Daddy's Love— R H Klumb-SR 

Daddies— Warner 2-17-24 

Daggerwoman, The — Russian Art-Pathe. .. .5-2-18 

Damaged Goods — Bennett 9-30-15 

Damagtd Hearts— F. B. O 

Damsel in Distress, A — Pathe 10-19-19 

Damon and Pythias — Univ 

Damocles — Prod. -Sec 

Dancers, The— Fox 1-18-25 

Dancer of the Nile— F B. 11-18-23 

Dancer's Peril, The— Peerless-Brady-World 3-8-17 

Dancer's Romance, The — Arrow 

Dancin' Fool, The— F.P.-L 5-9-20 

Dancing Cheat, The— Univ 4-20-24 

Danger— C. S. Elfelt 

Danger Ahead— Goldstone-SR 9-30-23 

Danger Ahead — Univ 7-21-21 

Danger Game, The — Gwyn 4-25-18 

Danger, Go Slow — Univ 12-8-11 

Danger Line, The— F. B. 5-18-24 

Danger Mark, The — Artcraft 7-14-18 

Danger Path, The— Univ 

Danger Signal, The— Kleine-Edison 11-25-lS 

Danuer Signal, The— Columbia-SR 8-9-25 

Danger Valley — Ind.-F-SR 

Danger Within — Bluebird 5-2-18 



85 



Adelaide Heilbron 

Screen Plays 



a 



Syncopating Sue" 

(Original Story and Scenario) 
(Corinne Griffith Productions) 



''Mademoiselle Modiste'' 

{Corinne Griffith Productions) 



9y 



"Mantrap 

(Famous Players-Lasky) 



In Preparation 

'' French Dressing" 

(Working Title) 
Robert T. Kane Prod. 



86 



Danger Zone, The — Fox 1-19-19 

Danger Trail, The— Selig-K.E.X.E 5-10-17 

Dangerous Affair — Hlniark 

Dangerous Age, I'he — 1st Nat 2-4-23 

Dangerous Business — 1st Natl 12-5-20 

Dangerous Flirt, The---F. B. O 

Dangerous Innocci.ce — Univ-.T 3-15-25 

Dangerous Blond. The — Univ 5-11-24 

Dangerous Coward, The--F. B. 6 1-21 

Dangerous Money — F. P.-L 10-19-24 

Dangerous Trails — Amhassador-SR 4 6-24 

Dangerous Days — Gwyn 3-21-20 

Dangerous Hours — F.P.-L 2-8-20 

Dangerous Lies — F. P.-L 

Dangerous Game, A — Univ 

Dangerous Love — CBC-SR 

Dangerous Moment, The — Univ 4-10 21 

Dangerous Paradise — Selzk 10-24-20 

Dangerous Curve Ahead — Cwyn 10-9-21 

Dangerous Little Demon, The — Univ 3-12 22 

Dangerous Pastime — Eastern P SR 

Dangerous Maid. The — 1st Nat 12-16 23 

Dangerous Game, A — Univ 

Dangerous Adventure, A — Warner-SR 

Dangerous Talent, The — Pathe 3-14-20 

Dangerous to Men — Metro 4-18-20 

Dangerous Pathe — Arrow 

Dangerous Waters — Mutl 9-21-19 

Dfnte's Inferno — Fox 10-12-24 

Daphne and the Pirate — Tri-Fine Arts. .2-24-16 

Daredevil Kate — Fox 8-24-16 

Daredevil, The — Fox 3-14-20 

Daredevil, The— Ex Mut 

Daring Years, The — Equity-SR 12-9-23 

Daring Chance^ — Univ 8-31-24 

Daring Love — Truart-SR 6-29-24 

Daring Hearts — Vita 7-27-19 

Daring 'S'onth — Principal 5-18-24 

Daring Danger — Amer Rel 

Darling Mine — Selzk " . . ' 

Daring of Diana, The — Vita- V.L.S. E. . .'.'7-27-16 

Dark Angel. The — 1st Xat 10-18-2' 

Dark Lantern — Realrt 8-8-20 

Dark Secrets — F. P.-L 1-2S-23 

Dark Road, The— Ince-Tri 3-22-17 

Dark Silence. The— Peerless-World 9-21-16 

Dark Swan, The — ^Warner 12-7-24 

Dark Mirror, The — Famous 

Dark .Stairways — Univ 6-22-2'4 

Dark Star. The — Cos-Par-Artcraft 8-24-19 

Darkest Hour, The — Vita 

Darkest Russia — Peerless-Brady-World 4-26-17 

Darkness and Daylight — Bancroft 

Darling of the Rich — Selzk ...1-14-23 

Darling of New Yor!:, The— Uriiv-T 10-28 23 

Darling of Paris, The — Fox 2-15-17 

i:)arwiii A\'as Riyht — Fox 10-26-24 

D'Artagnan — Fine Arts-Tri 2-10-16 

Daughter Angele — Tri 8-25-18 

Daughter of Destiny, A — Pertova-lst Natl. 12-27-17 

Daughter of France, A — Fox 4-18-18 

Daughter of Luxury, A — F. P.-L 12-10-22 

Daughter of MacGregor, The — F.P.-Prmt 9-21-16 
Daughter of Maryland, A — Empire-Mutl ..11-8-17 

Daughter of the Don — Arrow 

Daughter of Mine — Gwyn 4-27-19 

Daughter of the City, A — Essanay 12-23-15 

Daughter of the Gods, A — Fox 10-19-16 

Daughter of the Law, A — Univ 8- 7-21 

Daughter of Eve. A — Com-wealth-SR 

Daughter of the Poor, A — Fine-Arts-Tri. .3-15-17 
Daughter of the Sea, A — Equitable M P.. 12-2-1 5 

Daugliter of tlie Sinux — Davis-SR 10-11-2^ 

Daughter of the Old South, A— Prmt 10-25-18 

Daughter of the Hills, The— Famous 

Daughter of the West, A — Diando-Pathe. .5-19-18 

Daughter of the Wolf — F.P.-L 

Daughter of Two Worlds, A — 1st Natl 1-11-20 

Daughter Pays, The — Selzk 11-28-20 

Daughters of the Rich — Prefrd 6 24-23 

Daughters of the Night — Fox 11-30-24 

Daughters of Pleasure — Principal 6-15-24 

Daughters of Today — Selzk 3-9-24 

Daughters Who Pay— Banner-SR 5-10-25 

Davy Crockett — Famous 

David Copperfield — Asso Ex 11-11-23 

David Garrick — Famous 

David and Jor.ntli.-m — 2nd X.it 



Dawn— Pathe 12-17-19' 

Dawn of Revenge — Aywon-SR 

Dawn of the East, The— FP-L-R 10-9-21 

Dawn of Freedom, The— Vita- V.L.S.E.. .8-17-16- 

Dawn of Love, The— Rolfe-Metro lO-S-16 

Dawn of Understanding — Vita ► 

l>awn of ;. Tomorrow. '1 he — F. P.-L 4-6-24 

Dawnmaker, The — Ince-Tri 9-14-16 

Day Break — Rolfe-Metro 1-10-18 

Day of Faith, The — Gwyn 12-2-23 

Dav Dreams — Gwyn 1-19-19 

Day She Paid, The— Univ 12-14-19 

Day's Pleasure, A— 1st Natl 12-21-19- 
Day of Days, The — Famous 

Dav of a Dog, The — Famoas 

Daytime Wives— F. 1! () 9-2-23 

De Luxe Annie — Schenck-Select 5-26-lfr 

Dead Alive, The — Gaumont-Mutl 2-17-16 

Dead or Alive — Arrow 

Dead Game— Univ 4-22-23 

Deadlier Sex, The— Pathe 3-21-20 

DeadMne at Eleven — Vita 3-14-20- 

Dead Line, The — Fox 5-9-20 

Dead Line — Ex Mut ^ 

Dead Men Tell No Tales— Vita-. 12-19-20 

Dead-Shot Baker— Vita 10-18-17 

Uead-Vdod t'oach. The— Fox 1-25-25" 

Death Dance, The— Select 7-21-18 

Death of Censorship, The— N.A. M.P.I 10-12-16- 

Debt, The— Powell-Mutl 5-3-17 

Debt of Honor, The— Fox 4-11-18 

Deceiver, The — Arrow 

Deception— F.P.-L 4-24-21 

Deciding Kiss, The — Bluebird Univ 7-14-18 

Declasse— 1st Xat 4-5-2.=^ 

Decoy, The — Lederer-Mutl 7-6-16 

Deerslaver, The — Selzk 

Deemster, The— Arrow-St Rgt 4-19-17 

Deeji Purple, The— Realrt 5-9-20 

Deep Waters— F. P.-L 

Defying Destiny— Selzk 1-13-24 

Delicious Little Devil, The— Univ 4-20-19' 

Deliverance — Liebfreed and Miller S-24-19 

Democracy. The Vision Restored — Democ- 
racy Photoplay 8-29-20 

Demon, The— Metro 7-28-18 

Demo.i Rider, The— Davis-SR 

Denny from Ireland — Kremer 

Denial, The— Met-Go 3-22-25 

Derelict, The— Fox 5-3-17 

Desert Driven— F. B. 6-17-23 

Desert Flower, The— 1st Nat 6-7-25 

Desert Gold— Hdksn 11-16-19' 

Desert Law— Tri 9-22-18 

Desert Outlaw. The— Fox 8-31-24 

Desert Sheik. The— Truart-SR 7-27-24 

Desert Love— Fox 4-18-20 

Desert Man, The— Tri-Kay Bee 4-19-17 

Desert's Price, The— Fox 12 6-25 

Desert Scorpion, The — Empire-SR 

Desert Wooing, A — Ince-Prmt 6-16-18 

Desert Blossoms — ^Fox 12-11-21 

Desert Bridegroom, A — Arrow 

Desert's Crucible — Arrow-SR • 

Deserter, The— Ince-Tri 6-22-16 

Deserted at the Altar— Goldstone-SR 10-1-22 

Desire — Metro 9 23-23 

Desire of the Moth, The— Bluebird 10-25-17 

Desired Woman, The— Vita 4-11-18 

Desperate Adventure. A — Ind. Pic.-SR 

Desperate Youth — Univ 

Desperate Hero, The— Selzk 6-20-2O 

Desperate Trails — Univ 6-26-21 

Desperate Youth — Univ 5-1-21 

Despoiler, The — Ince-Tri 12-30-15- 

Destiny — Artclass-SR 

Destinv — Jewel -Tri 8-17-19 

Destiny or Soul of a Woman— Rolfe-Metro 9-9- IS 

Destiny's Toy — F.P.-L. -Prmt 6-22-16 

Destiny's Isle — Amer Rel 7-9-22 

Destroying Angel, The — Asso Ex- 9-2-23 

Destroyers, The— Vita-V.L.S.E 6-8-16 

Destruction — Fox 12-30-15 

Determination — Lee-Bradf'd-SR 3-12-22 

Deuce Duncan — Tri 

Deuce of Spades. The — 1st Nat 5-14-22 

Devil at His Elbow— P. P.-Metro 8-10-16 

Devil Dodger, Th^-Tri 10-4-17 



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Devil Dog Dawson — Arrow 

Devil M'Care — Tri 

Devil, The— Pathe 1-23-21 

Devil To Pay, The— Pat'/ie 12- S-20 

Devil to Pay, The— Pathe 12-5-20 

Devil Within, The— Fox 11-20-21 

Devil's Assistant, The — Pollard-Mutl 4-12-17 

Devil's Bondwoman, The — Univ 

Devil's Cargo, The— FPL 2-15-25 

Devil's Claim, The— R.C 5-16-20 

Devil's Confession, The — Circle F. Attrac- 

St Rgt 3-13-21 

Devil's Daughter — Fox 

Devil's Door Yard, The — Arrow-SR 

Devil's Double, The — Ince-Tri 11-9-16 

Devil's Garden, The— 1st Natl 10-31-20 

Devil's Needle— Fine Arts-Tri 7-20-16 

Devil's Partner, The— Iroquois-SR 

Devil's Pass Key, The— Univ 4-11-20 

Devil's Pawn. The — FP-L 6-18-22 

Devil's Pay Day, The — Bluebird 1-28-17 

Devil's Playground, The — Atlantic 6-23-18 

Devil's Prayer Book, The — Kleine 1-6-16 

Devil's Prize, The— Greater Vita 11-2-16 

Devil's Riddle, The— Fox 2-29-20 

Devil's Stone, The— Artcraft 12-20-17 

Devil's Toy, The — Premo-World 3-9-16 

Devil's Trail, The— World 6-15-19 

Devil's Wheel— Fox 4-18-18 

Devotion — Asso Prod 7- 5-21 

Diamond Carlisle — Cl'k-C'nelius-SR 

Diamonds Adrift — Vita 

Diamonds and Pearls — World-Brady 1-3-18 

Diana of the Green Van — Hutton-Mutl 3-16-19 

Diana of the Huntress — Plurograph-Unity- 

St Rgt 6-29-16 

Diana of Star Hollow— Prod- Sec SR 4-10-21 

Diane of the Follies — Fine Arts-Tri 9-14-16 

Dice of Destiny — Pathe 12-5-20 

Dick Turpin — Fox 2-1-25 

Dictator, The— FP-L 7-9-22 

Dictionary of Success — Selzk 

Dimples— Metro 2-24-16 

Dinty — 1st Natl 11-28-20 

Diplomacy — F.P.-Prmt 3-2-16 

Diplomatic Mission, A — Vita 9-29-18 

Discard, The — Essanay-V.L.S.E 3-9-16 

Discarded Woman, A — Hlmark 6-27-20 

Discontented Husbands— C. B. C.-SR 3-9-24 

Discontented Wives — Asso Ex 9-25-21 

District Attorney, The — Vita 

Disciple, The — Ince-Tri 10-28-15 

Disraeli— Unted Art 8-28-21 

Divine Sacrifice, The— Peerless- World 2-7-18 

Dividend, The — Ince-Tri 6-8-16 

Divorce — F. B. O 6-10-23 

Divorce Coupons — Vita 7-2-22 

Divorce and the Daughter — Thanhouser- 

Divorce, The— Vita 9-13-17 

Divorce Game, The — Peerless-World 6-28-17 

Divorce of Convenience, A — Selzk 

Divorce Trap, The— Fox 6-1-19 

Divorce of Convenience, A — Selzk . . 

Divorced — Triumph -Equitable 11-4-15 

Divorcee, The — Metro 1-26-19 

Pathe 11-23-16 

Dixie Handicap, The — ^Met-Go 1-4-25 

Dizzy Heights and Daring Hearts — Tri- 

Keystone 1-6-16 

Do It Now — Goldstone-SR 2-24-24 

Do and Dare — Fox 9-24-22 

Doctor and the Woman, The — Univ 5-2-18 

Dodging a Million — Gwyn 2-7-18 

Does It Pay? — Fox 8-26-23 

Dog's Life, A — First Nat'l 

Doing Their Bit — Fox 8-4-18 

Dollar and the Law, The — Greater Vita. . 11-23-16 

Dollar Devils— Hdksn 1-28-23 

Dollar a Year Man, The — F.P.-L 3-27-21 

Dollar Down— Truart SR 8-16-25 

..Dollar for Dollar — Pathe 4-25-20 

Dollars and Sense — Gwyn 6-27-20 

Dollars and the Woman — Lubin-V.L.S.E. 3-30-16 

Dollars and the Woman — Vita 5-30-20 

Doll's House, A — Unt Art 2-19-22 

Doll's House, A — Bluebird 6-7-17 

Doll's House. A — Artcraft 6-2-18 

Dolly Does Her Bit — Diando-Pathe 4-25-18 



Dolly's Vacation lZ-lS-18 

Dombey & Son — Tri 

Domestic Relations — 1st Nat 6-11-22 

Don Daredevil — Univ 

Don Q— Unt Art 6-21-25 

Don Quickshot of the Rio Grande — Univ. . .6-3-23 

Don Quixote — Fine Arts-Tri 12-30-15 

Don't Call It Love— F. P.-L 12-30-23 

Don't Call Me Little Girl- Realart 6-26-21 

Don't Change Your Husband — Artcraft 1-26-19 

Don't Ever Marry— 1st Natl 4-25-20 

Don't Leave Your Husband — Federated. .4-24-21 

Don't Blame Your Children— FBO 

Dor»'t Doubt Your Wife— AssoExhib S-28-22 

Don't Doubt Your Husband— Met. -Go S-25-24 

Don't Get Personal — Univ 1-8-22 

Don't Shoot— Univ 8-20-22 

Don't Marry for Money — Weber-North-SR. 8-26-23 

Don't Tell Everything— FP-L 12-18-21 

Don't Write Letters— Metro 4-36-22 

Don't Neglect Your Wife — Gwyn 

Don't Neglect Your Wife— Goldwyn 7-31-21 

Door That Has No Key — Alliance-SR 

Door Between — Bluebird 

Doorsteps — Mutl 7-27-16 

Dorian's Divorce — Rolfe-Metro 6-15-16 

Dormant Power, The — Peerless-Power 10-25-17 

Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall— Unt Art. 5-25-24 

Double Stakes — Pacific-SR 

Doubling for Romeo— Gwyn 10-30-21 

Double Crossed— F.P.-L 9-27-17 

Double Dealing — Univ 5-27-23 

Double Dyed Deceiver — Gwyn 6-20-20 

Double Room Mystery, The— Red F 1-11-17 

Double O, The— Arrow-SR 

Double Speed— F.P.-L 2-8-20 

Double Standard, The— Butterfly-Univ 8-2-17 

Down Home— Hdksn 10-24-20 

Down on the Farm — Un Art 5-2-20 

Down Upon the Suwanee River — Lee- 

Bradford-SR 

Down by the Rio Grande — Goldstone-SR. . .6-22-24 

Down to the Sea in Ships— Hdksn 2-18-23 

Down to Earth — Artcraft 8-16-17 

Draft 258— Rolfe-Metro 2-7-18 

Drag Harlan— Fox 10-24-20 

Dragon Painter, The— R.C 10-12-1* 

Dragon, The — Equitable-World 1-13-16 

Dream Cheater, The— Hdksn 3-21-20 

Dream Doll — K.E.S.E 

Dream Girl, The— Lasky-Prmt 7-27-16 

Dream Lady, The — Bluebird-Univ 7-28-18 

Dream Street — Un Art 4-17-21 

Dressmaker from Paris — FP-L 3-22-25 

Drifter, The — Gaumont-Mutl 2-3-16 

Drifters, The — Hampton-Hdksn 12-29-18 

Drifting— Univ-J 8-26 23 

Driftwood — Ocean-Raver 3-23-16 

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde — Pioneer 

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde— F.P.-L 4-3-20 

Dr. Jack— Pathe 12-31-22 

Dr. Jim— Univ 11-20-21 

Dr. Neighbor — Univ 

Driven — Univ-J 11-26-22 

Drivin' Fool, The— Hdksn 9-2-23 

Drug Store Cowboy — Independent-SR 

Drugged Waters — tJniv 

Drums of Fate— F. P.-L 1-21-23 

Drwms of Jeopardy — Truart-SR 3-9-24 

Drusilla With a Million— FBO 6-7-25 

Dub, The— Prmt 1-19-19 

Duchess of Doubt, The— Rolfe-Metro 6-7-17 

Ducks and Drakes — Realrt ....4-3-21 

Duds— Gwyn 3-21-20 

Duke of Chimney Butte — Federated 1-20-21 

Dulcy— 1st Nat 9-23-23 

Dulcie's Adventure — American-MutI 10-5-16 

Dumb Girl of Portici, The — Univ 4-13-16 

Dummy, The — F.P.-L 3-22-17 

Dupe. The — Lasky-Prmt 7-13-16 

Durand of the Bad Lands — Fox 8-30-17 

Durand of the Bad Lands— Fox 10-25-25 

Dusk to Dawn — Asso. Ex 9-3-22 

Dust of Desire— World 7-13-19 

Dust of Egypt, The— Vita-V.L.S.E 10-28-15 

Dust Flower, The — Gwyn 7-9-22 

Duty First — Sandford-SR 

Du Barry — Fox 



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Dwelling Place of Light— Hdksn 9-12-20 

Dynamite Allan — Fox 2-27-21 

Dynamite Smith— Pathe 9-7-24 

Dynamite Dan — Sunset-SR 

E 

Each Pearl a Tear— Lasky-Prmt 9-7-16 

Each to His Kind— Lasky-Prmt 2-8-17 

Eagle, The— Unit Art 11-22-25 

Eagle, The— Bluebird 6-16-18 

Eagles Feather, The— Metro 9-30-23 

Eagle's Wings, The— Bluebird 11-30-16 

Eagle's Nest, The — Vita 

Eagle's Mate, The — Famous 

Earl of Pawtucket, The — Broadway Univ 

Early Bird, The— East Coast-SR 12-21-2-1 

Earthbound — Gwyn 8 15-20 

East of Broadvviiy — Asso. Ex 11-16 24 

East of Suez— FP-L 1-11-25 

East is West— 1st Nat 9-3-22 

East Is West— Mutl 11-9-16 

East Side, West Side— Principal-SR 4-15-23 

East Lynne— Fox 6-22-16 

East Lynne — Hdksn 3-13-21 

East Lynne — Tarzan F-SR 

East Lynne — Fox 11-1-25 

Easy Going Gordon — Gerson-SR 10-11-25 

Easy to Get— F.P.-L 2-29-20 

Easy to Make Money — Metro 

Easy Money— Peerless- World 11-29-17 

Easy Money— Ravart-SR 5-24-25 

Easy Road— F.P.-L 2-27-21 

Easiest Way, The— Selzk 5-17-17 

Eastward Ho— Fox 11-23-19 

Ebb Tide— FPL 11-26-22 

Echo of Youth, The— Graphic 2-2-19 

Eden and Return— FBO 12-25-21 

Edge of Youth, The— Gaumont-SR 10-9-21 

Edge of the Abyss, The— Kay Bee-Tri 12-9-lS 

Edge of the Law— Univ 

Education of Elizabeth — F.P.-L 

Efficiency Edgar's Courtship — Essanay-K. 

FSF 9-13-17 

Egg- Crate " Wallop', ' The— F.P.' -L .' .' .'.'.'.'.'.'.'." 1 - 1 2 - 1 9 

"813"— R.C 1-23-21 

Eleventh Commandment, The — Advanced. .6-16-18 

Eleventh Hour, The— Fox 7-29-23 

Eleiphant on His Hands — Prod. -Security 

Elope If You Must— Fox 3-19-23 

Elusive Isabel — Bluebird 5-4-16 

Embarrassment of Riches, The— Hdksn 9-29-18 

Embers — American -Mutl 3-2-16 

Emmy of Stork's Nest — Columbia-Metro. . 10-21-1 J 

Empire of Diamonds — Pathe 12-19-20 

Empress, The— U. S. Amuse-Pathe 3-1-17 

Fmpty Hands— F. P. 1 8-24-24 

Empty Hearts — B.inner-SR 

Empty Arms — Photoplay Library-S.R 

Empty Cab, The — Bluebird-Univ 7-7-18 

Empty Pockets — 1st Natl 

Enchanted Cottage, The — 1st Nat 4-20-24 

Enchanted Barn, The — Vita 1-19-19 

Enchantment— FPL 11-6-21 

End of the Game, The — Hampton-Hdksn- 

Pathe 3-23-19 

End of the Tour, The — Rolfe-Metro 2-15-17 

End of the Road, The — Pub. H'lth Films. 10-12-19 

End of the Rope, The— Aywon-SR 7-29-23 

End of the Rainbow, The— Bluebird 10-26-16 

End of the Trail, The— Fox 8-10-16 

End of the World, The— Gt. Nort.-St Rgt.. 6-1-16 

End of the World, The— Al. P. & D 

Enemy, The — Greater Vita 12-14-16 

Enemy to Society, An — Columbia-Metro. .10-14-15 

Enemy Sex, The— F. P.-L 7-6-24 

Enemy to the King, An — Greater Vita 11-23-16 

Enemies of Children — MamniothSR 12-16-23 

Enemies of Women — Gwyn 4-8-23 

Enemies of Youth — ^Moeler-SR 6-28-2- 

Enlighten Thy Daughter— Ivan-St Rgt 2-8-17 

Enter Madame — Metro 11-5-22 

Enticement — 'Ist Nat 2-1-25 

Environment — American-Mutl 5-10-17 

Environment — Principal-SR 12-24-22 

Envy — McClure-Tri 1-25-17 

Erstwhile Susan — Realrt 12-7-19 

Esmeralda — F.P.- Prmt 9-16-15 

Eternal Grind, The— F. P. -Prmt 4-13-16 



Eternal Love, The — Butterflr-Univ 5-3-17 

Eternal Magdalene, The — Gwyn 5-25-19 

Eternal City, The— .1st Nat 11-11-23 

Eternal Mother — Utd Pic 

Eternal Mother, The — Rolfe-Metro 12-6-17 

Eternal Question, The — Pop. P&P-Metro. .7-20-16 

Eternal Sappho, The — Fox 5-11-16 

Eternal Sin, The — Brenon-Selzk 3-22-17 

Eternal Temptress, The — F.P.-Prmt 12-13-17 

Eternal Flame, The — 1st Nat 9-24-22 

Eternal City — Famous 

Eternal Struggle, The — Metro 9-16-23 

Eternal Three, The — Gwyn 10-7-23 

Evangeline — Fox 8-24-19 

Eve in Exile — Pathe 12-14-19 

Even as Ever — 1st Nat 

Even As You and I — Univ-St Rgt 4-5-17 

Even Break, An — Kay Bee-Tri 8-9-17 

Ever Since Eve — Fox 7-31-21 

Everlasting Whisper — Fox 10-25-25 

Every Girl's Dream — Fox 9-13-17 

Every Mother's Son — Fox 1-5-19 

Every Man's Price — S.R 

Every Man's Wife — Fo|c 5-31-25 

Every Woman's Problem — Plym.-St Rgt.. 3-27-21 

Everybody's Business — W. H 

Everybody's Girl — Vita 11-17-18 

Everybody's Sweetheart — Selzk 10-24-20 

Every woman — F.P.-L 12-21-19 

Every woman's Husband — Tri , 7-7-18 

Everything But the Truth — Univ 5-16-20 

Everything for Sale — Rcalart 10- 2-21 

Eve's Daughter — F.P.-Prmt 3-21-18 

Eve's Secret — FPL 6-21-25 

Eve's Lover — Warner 8-2-25 

Evidence — Selzk 6-18-22 

Evidence — Shubert-World 9-23-lS 

Evidence — Tri 1-17-18 

Evil Eye, the — Lasky-Prmt 1-11-17 

Evil Thereof, The— F.P.-Prmt 6-29-16 

Evil Women Do, The — Bluebird 9-14-16 

Evolution — Red Seal-SR 7-19-25 

Evolution of Man — Ay won 

Exchange of Wives — Met-Go 10-18-25 

Exciters, The — F. P.-L. 6-10-23 

Excitement — Univ 4-13-24 

Excuse Me — Met-Go 8-2-25 

Excuse Me — Savage-Pathe 1-6-16 

Excuse My Dust — F. P.-L 3-28-20 

Exile — Paragon- Artcraft 11-22-17 

Exiles, The — Fox 

Exit the Vamp— FPL 2-5-22 

Experience— F. P.-L. 8-14-21 

Experimental Marriage — Select 3-30-19 

Exploits of a German Submarine — C. B. 

Price 1 - 1 1 -20 

Explorer, The — Kleine-Edison 9-23-15 

Exquisite Thief — Univ 

Extravagance — Metro 3-6-21 

Extravagance — Pop. P&P-Metro 11-16-16 

Extra Girl, The— Asso Ex 1-27-24 

Extra. Extra— Fox 2-19-22 

Eye for Eye— Metro 12-29-18 

Eye of Envy, The — Horsley-Art 8-30-17 

Eye of God, The — Bluebird 5-25-16 

Eye of the Night, The— Ince-Tri 7-13-16 

Eyes of Julia Deep, The— Amer.-Pathe. .8-11-18 

Eyes of Mystery, The — Rolfe-Metro 1-24-18 

Eves of the Forest — Fox 

Eyes of the Mummy, The— FP-L 

Eyes of the Soul — Artcraft 4-27-19 

Eyes of Ti uth. The — Gwyn 

Eyes of the Heart — Realrt 11-7-20 

Eyes of the World, The— Clune 7-7-18 

Eyes of Youth— Equity 11-16-19 

F 

Fabiola — H. B. Marinelli 10-31-20 

Face at Your Window — Fox 11-14-20 

Face in the Dark, The — Gwyn 4-25-18 

Face of the World, The— Hdksn 7-24-21 

Face Value — Bluebird 1-3-18 

Face on the Barroom Floor, The — Fox. ... 1-7-23 

Face Between — Metro 5-28-22 

Face in the Fog, The— FP-L 10-15-22 

Face to Face — Asso. Ex-P 10-1-22 

Faded Flame. The — Ivan-St Rgt 8-17-16 

Faded Butterfly, The— Selz 



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"The Speeding Venus" 



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"West of Broadway 



yj 



with Priscilla Dean 
For Producers Distributing Corp. 



Robert T. 
Thornby 



DIRECTOR 



Just Completed 

A Kid Novelty Featuring the 

Children of the Foremost 

Stars in the Industry 



Jack Holt, Jr. 
Erich Stroheim, Jr. 
Billy Reid 

(Son of the late Wally Reid) 



D'Arcy McCoy 

(Son of Col. Tim McCoy) 

Barbara Denny 

(Daughter of Reginald Denny) 

Mary Joe Desmond 

(Daughter of William Desmond) 

Eileen O'Malley 

(Daughter of Pat O'Malley) 

George Bosworth 

(Son of Hobart Bosworth) 



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Faint Perfume — Schulberg 

Fair Week— F. P.-L 

Fair and Warmer — Metro 10-19-1» 

Fair Barbarian, The — Lasky-Prmt 12-27-17 

Fair Enough — American-Pathe 12-22-11 

Fair Play— Steiner-SR 8-2-25 

Fair Pretender, The— Gwyn 5-26-11 

Fair Cheat, The— F. B. 9-30-23 

Fair Lady— Unt Art 3-26-22 

Faith — Fox 2-8-20 

Faith— Metro 2-9-19 

Faith Endurin*- Tri 4-18-18 

Faith Healer, The— F.P.-L 3-20-21 

Faith of the Strong— Selzk 9-21-19 

Faithless Sex, The— Signet-SR 

Fakir, The — Prod.-Security 

Fall of a Nation, The— Nat. Drama 6-15-16 

Fall of Babylon, The— D. W. Griffith 7-27-19 

Fall of the Romanoffs, The — Brenon-A. H. 

Fallen Angel, The— Fox 7-28-18 

Fallen Idol, A— Fox 10-26.19 

Woods 10-11-17 

False Evidence — Metro 

False Colors — Famous 

False Trail — Prod.-Security 

False Ambitions — Tri 7-21-18 

False Faces — Pnnt-Artcraft 2-23-19 

False Women — Aycie-SR 

False God. The— Pathe 10-5-19 

False Evidence — Metro 

False Friend, The — Peerless-Brady-World. 6-14-17 

False Road, The— F.P.-L 5-16-20 

False Code, The — Pathe 

False Brands— Pacific-SR 3-12-22 

False Fronts — Amer Rel 6-11-23 

False Kisses — Univ 

Fame and Fortune — Victory-Fox 8-25-18 

Famous Mrs. Fair, The — Metro 3-11-23 

Family Stain — Fox 

Family Closet, The— Asso Ex 9-25-21 

Family Cupboard. The — World 10-14-15 

Family Honor, The — 1st Natl 5-2-20 

Family Honor— Peerless-Brady-World 4-12-17 

Family Skeleton, The— Ince-Prmt 3-21-18 

Family Secret, The — Univ.-J 6-8-24 

Family Tree — Metro 

Fanatics — Tri 

Fan Fan — Fox 11-24-18 

Fangs of the Wolf — Artclass-SR 

Far From the Madding Crowd — Mutl 6-29-16 

Fast and Fearless — Artclass-SR 10-12-2'4 

Fast Comcany — Bluebird 3-28-18 

Fast Mail — Fox 7-9-22 

Fast Set, The— F. P.-L 11-23-24 

Fast Worker, The Univ.-J 9-28-24 

Fascination — Metro 4-23-22 

Fashion Row — Metro 12-2-23 

Fashionable Fakirs — F. B O 

Fatal 30, The— Pacific-SR ! 

Fatal Card, A— F.P.-Prmt 10-7-15 

Fatal Hour, The — Metro 10-31-20 

Fatal Plunge, The— Artclass-SR 

Fate's Boomerang — Paragon-World 5-25-16 

Fated Hour, The — Cines-St Rgt 4-19-17 

Father and the Boys — Univ 

Father Tom — Asso Ex-P 

Father and Son — Mutl 7-27-i6 

Fathers of Men — Vita-V.L.S.E 7-13-16 

Fatherhood — Univ 

Fatty & Broadway Stars — Tri 12-16-15 

Fatty and Mabel Adrift— Keystone-Tri 2-3-16 

Favorite Fool, A — Keystone-Tri 10-7-15 

Favor to a Friend — Metro 

Fear Bound — Vita \\ 

Fear Fighter, The — Rayart-SR lo'-'ll-is 

Fearless Lover, The— Perfection-SR 8-2-25 

Fear Market, The— Realrt 1-11.20 

Fear Not — Butterfly . 1 1-29-17 

Fear of Poverty, Thft — Thanhouser-Pathe. .9-7.16 

Fear Woman, The — Gwyn 7-13-19 

Feast of Life — Paragon-World 5-4-16 

Feathertop — Gaumont-Mutl 4-20-16 

Fedora — Paramount 7-28-18 

Feet of Clay — Gen 

Feet of Clay— F. P.-L '.'.9-'28-ar 

Felix O'Day- Pathe 9-12-20 

Female of the Species. The — Ince-Tri 12-21-16 

Female, The — F. P.-L 9-7-24 



Fettered Woman — Tri 11-8-17 

Feud Girl. The— F.P.-Prmt 5-18-16 

Feud, The — Fox 

Fibbers, The — Essanay-Perfection 10-18-17 

Fickle Woman — Schwab 8-15-20 

Fidelity — Aywon-SR 

Field of Honor, The — Butterfly-Univ 6-21-17 

Fields of Honor — Gwyn 1-24-18 

Fifth Avenue Models— Univ-J 1-18-25 

Fifty-Fifty— Fine Arts-Tri 10-19-16 

Fif ty-Fifty— Asso Ex 8-2-25 

Fifty Candles— Hdksn 1-8-22 

$50,000 Reward— Clif. S. Elfelt-SR 

Fight for Honor, A — Perfection-SR 

Fight for Love, A — Univ 3-9-19 

Fighter, The— Selzk 8-21-21 

Fighting Back— Tri 11-1-1^ 

Fighting American, The — Univ 6-1-24 

Fighting Blade, The— 1st Nat 10-21-23 

Fighting Blood— Fox 3-2-16 

Fighting Bob — Metro 

Fighting Breed— Aywon-SR 8-14-21 

Fighting Chance, The — F.P.-L 7-25-20 

Fighting Courage — Davis Dist-SR 7-5-25 

Fighting Coward, The— F. P.-L 3-23-24 

Fighting Colleen, A— Vita 11-16-19 

Fighting Cressy— Pathe 12-14-19 

Fighting Cub, The— Truart-SR 8-9-25 

Fighting Fury— Univ 7-27-24 

Fighting Demon— FBO 5-24-25 

Fighting Destiny — Vita 3-30-19 

Fighting for Love— Red F 1-11-17 

Fighting for Gold — Fox 

Fighting Grin, The — Bluebird 1-17-li 

Fighting Heart, The— Fox 10-4-25 

Fighting Mad — Univ 

righting Odds — Gwyn 10-4-17 

Figiiting Roosevelts, The — 1st Natl l-26-l> 

righting Lover, The — Univ 

Fighting Guide, The — Vita 

Fighting Streak— Fox 4-30-22 

Fighting Gringo, Tl;e — Univ 

Fightin' Mad— Metro 10-30-21 

Fighting Sap, The— F. B. O 

Fighting Sheriff, The — Independent-SR ..5-17-35 

Fighting Shepherdess, The— 1st Natl 4-3-20 

Fiijhting Stranger — Canyon-SR 

Fighting the Flames — Columbia-SR 8-23-25 

Fighting Tylers. The — Pathe 

Fijrhting Through— Hdksn 1-19-19 

Figurehead, The— Selzk 6-20-20 

FMIing His Own Shoes— Essanay-K.E.S. E. 6-21-17 

Final Closeup, The— Prmt 6-1-19 

Final Curtain, The — Kleine 2-10-16 

Final Judgment. The— Rolfe-Metro 10-28-15 

Final Payment, The— Fox 6-14-17 

Finders Keepers — Pioneer 

Find the Woman— Vita 6-9-18 

Find Your Man— Warner 9-28-24 

Find the Woman— FP-L 5-28-22 

Fine Clothes— 1st Nat 816-25 

Fine Feathers— Metro 6-19-21 

Finger of Justice — Arrow 

Finger Prints — Hyperion-SR 

Firebrand, The — Fox 6-9-18 

Firebrand Trevison^Fox 7-18-20 

Fire Cat— Univ 2-20-21 

Fire Bride, The— FBO-G 

Fire Eater, The— Univ 12-25-21 

Fire Flingers, The — Univ 4-6-19 

Fire Patrol, The— Chadwick-SR 5-25-24 

Firebrand, The — Goldstone-SR 

Firefly of France, The — Prmt 7-14-18 

Firefly of Tough Luck, The— Tri 10-18-17 

Fireman, The— Mutl 6-8-16 

Fires of Fate— F.P.-L 5-11-19 

Fires of Conscience — Fox 

Fires of Rebellion — Bluebird 7-5-17 

Fires of Youth — 1st Natl 

Fires of Youth, The — Thanhouser-Pathe. .5-31-17 

Firing Line. The — Prmt-Artcraft 7-13-19 

Firm of Girdlestone, The — ViU 10-19-16 

First Born— R.C 2-6-21 

First Law, The — Astra-Pathe 7-21-18 

First Unit Programme — Ind. Film Clearing 

House 5-11-19 

First Degree, The — Univ 



♦>> 



New Faces — 

New Scenes — 

New Story Angles — 

New Camera Technique — 

The Very Things Movie Patrons Are Shouting For ! 

And Shopping For! 

Imported Pictures Will Put These Box-Selling Qualities 

On Your Screen. 

Imported Pictures Corporation has, fully prepared and ready for 
theatre presentation in America, a program of motion pictures 
which represents the cream of the, European market. Stars, 
Directors, Stories which have stood the box-office test in practi- 
cally every country of Europe. These pictures have been fully 
re-edited and titled for American audiences. We are now in a posi- 
tion to serve Exhibitors direct and shall welcome their inquiries. 

Some Ot Our European Production Sources: 

National Film, A-G, Berlin (producer of "Slums of Berlin," 
already a big success in key city bookings in this country) ; 
Dansk Film Industri, Palladium, Copenhagen (four Pat and 
Patachon feature comedies and "Don Quixote") ; Zelnik, 
Berlin (three Lya Mara productions) ; Richard Eichberg 
Productions, Berlin; Rex Film, Prague. 



NOTE: We invite exhibitors to 
communicate with us direct for 
dates. 

WALTER W. KOFELDT, President 



JMPORTED P ICTURES (C ORPORATION 

261 Golden Gate Avenue San Francisco, Calif. 

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First Love— FP-L-R 12 2'; ?1 

First Woman— F BO .. HViy 

Fit to Win— U. S. Public Serv''.".'.".;.;.;;4.Tii.'i9 
Five Days to Live — FBO .. 1 IS 22 

Five Dollar Baby, The— Metro .■;;;;■"■ 6-4-22 

Five Dollar Plate— Prod.-Security 

Five Faults of Flo, Th(^-Thanhouser-Mutl'. I'-uiis 
i-ive Thousand an Hour — Metro 17 i ia 

$5,000 Reward— Bluebird .... S ,'? is 

Fixed by George— Univ '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'."lo'-Sl-lo 

Sre.-'xlriisSr.':'."'"-' vl 

Flame of Hellgate— R.-C.' ."." .''' 

Flame of Passion, The — TeriVs. 

Flame of Passion— Independent-SR 

Flame of the Desert — Gwyn 

Flame of the Yukon, The— Kay ■Bee-Tri: ! 7-19-17 

Fame of Youth— Fox ^12 5^ 

Flame of Youth, The-Butterfly-U^i^''^^'^'^'^^ 

Flames of Chance, The— Kay Bee-Tri 

flames of Desire— Fox 

Flames of Johannes, The— LubinlM.L.S.E.' A-iiO-ie 

Flames of the Flesh— Fox <♦ -iu lo 

Flaming Barriers — F p .L 

Flaming Clue-Vita ' . . .' V- 18 20 

Flaming Forties, The— Prod. Dist " 

Flaming Omen, The— Vita 

Faming Hour. The— Univ 

Flaming Sword— Metro 

Flaming Youth— 1st Nat '.■.'.■.■.■. V,' ^W y. 

Flapper. The— Selzk V "of "on 

Flapper Wives— Selzk .... c /o^ 

F are-Up Sal-Ince-Prmt ! ! ! .' .' i .' ; V ^I'^.t 

v\l^ °f^ ^l^^' The-Rawlinson-Uni;:""'2-28i 8 
Flft"^ ^c Emerald, The-World.. io.21 S 

Flashing Spurs— FBO i n4 

F ashhght. The— Bluebird . . .Ml -25 

Flattery— Chadwick-SR 

VU^ ^"i' Blood— Cummings-SR ' 
Ivt^''.^ Sp.rit-Lee B'df'd-SR 
Flight of the Duchess. The— Th 



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Mutl. .. . •""'=''"^' ^JK^Thanhouser- 

Flirt, Vl'ie-^tiniV-T V^\^'^^ 

Flirt, The-BIuIbird \V. '^.^1^,1 

Fhrting With Death-Bluebird::::: ^ ^^^ 

Floodgftes-LowenTR^";^""' ^'' ^'f/l^ 

F oor Below The-Gwyn ..::::.';. V ^4 ?« 

F oorwalker The-ChapIin-MutV ! ! ! ! " ' jl f | 

i^onda Enchantment. A— Vita 3-il-I6 

Flowing Gold— 1st Nat / hW^ oa 

Flower of Night-FP-I inltot 

Flower of the North— Vita ..'.'.'.'.'.'..'.'.' 1.22.22 

'^'" — Red F ::::.. 4.-.2-17 

Flower of -No"M;n's"~SnT?h''"-'"'^'--''-''^ 



Flower of Doom, Th 
Flower of Faith. Th 

MYtro°^..^° ^^"'' ''^"''' The-Columbii- 
Flower of the" Dusk' 
Fly God, The — Tri. . 



Fly 
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ng Colors — Tri 
ng Dutchman, Th 
ng Hoofs— Univ 

ng Pat-F.P.-L ". 

ng Thru— Davis-SR 

ng Torpedo, The— Tri Fine Arts, 
ng With the Marines— Bur 



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'.-.■g vvirn tne Marines— Bur. of Pub 
into , 

Fog, Th^MosVo ".■.■.■;;::: 7 ^li 

Fog Bound— F. P-L ^ ,"?, 

Follies Girl — Tri 6-3-23 

Follies of Desire, Th^Red F.'.'.'. • "in ia 

Folly of Revenge. The-Nola-S Rgi;:;;; f."]?: J 

Fo ly of Vanity- Fox ^ 9rI\ 

Follow The Girl- Univ ^^ "^ 

Food for Scandal— Reairt ■::.■.■.■.■.■;. loVrJo 

Food Gamblers, The-Eastern Tri g J"?? 

Fool and ffis Money-Selzk. . . . . : ' ' ' ' k^Vll 

Fool and His Money, A— SR 'f ^5-ZO 

Fool, The— Fox ,■■■■ 

Fool There Was. A-Fox '. I'HU 

Fools and Their Money- " /•-iJ-.i2 



Fool 
Fool 



, , .. Metro 6-22.10 

Awakening. The— Met.-Go. . . . 2-3^4 

.Highway-Univ.-J ; 3.;.;: 

Fools ,n the Dark— F. B. O JVn^l 

Foo s Gold-Arrow .Y ^.^^'^t 

Fool's Paradise, A-Ivan i:::!:!: i^'o' 6 

Fools of Fortune-Amer. Rel . 8-20I2 



Fools for Luck — Essanay-Perfection ....10-4-17' 

Fool's Paradise — FPL 12-11-21 

Fools First — 1st Nat 8-13-22 

Fool's Revenge, A — Fox 2-24-16 

Fools and Riches — Univ 5-20-23' 

Foolish Matrons — Asso Prod 7- 3-21 

Foolish Twins — Lee-Bradford-SR 

Foolish Parents — Asso Ex 6-17-23 

(reviewed as "What A Child's Worth) 

Foolish Age, The— FBO 10-9-21 

Foolish Monte Carlo — FBO-G 

Foolish Virgin, The— C. B. C.-SR 12-14-24 

Foolish Wives — Univ 1-15-22 

Footlight Ranger, The — Fox 1-21-23 

Footfalls — Fox 9-18-21 

Footlights and Shadows — Selzk 2-15-20 

Footlights — FP-L 10-9-21 

Footlights and Fate — Vita-V.L.S.E 8-24-lS 

For a Woman's Fair Name — Vita-V.L.S.E. 2-24-16 

For a Woman's Honor — Ex Mutl 9-28-19 

For Better, For Worse — Artcraft 5-4-19 

For Big Stakes— Fox 6-25-22 

For France — Vita 9-27-17 

For Freedom — Fox 12-29-lS 

For His Sake — Zerner-SR 

For Husbands Only — Weber 5-19-lS 

For Liberty — Fox 1-24-18 

For Sale — Astra-Pathe 6-2-18 

For the Defense — FPL 

For the Defense — Lasky-Prmt 3-16-16 

For the Freedom of the East — Gwyn , 

For the Freedom of Ireland — Crea-SR 

For the Freedom of the World — Lowry- 

Gwyn 1-17-1& 

For the Love of a Woman — Rolfe-Metro. .9-9-15 

For the Soul of Rafael — Equity S-30-2u 

For Those We Love — Gwyn 12-4-21 

For Valor — Eastern Tri 11-22-17 

For Your Daughter's Sake — J. W. Film-SR 

For You, My Boy — Roubert-SR 4-29-23 

For Another Woman — Rayart-SR 

For Woman's Favor— Lee-Bradford-SR. .. 10-12-24 

For Sale — 1st Nat 6-22-24 

Forbidden — Univ 1-18-20 

Forbidden Adventure, The — N.Y.M.P.- 

Mutl 12-9-15 

Forbidden Cargo — FBiO 4-26-25 

Forbidden City, The — Schenck-Select 10-13-18 

Forbidden Fire — J. P. Reed 3-23-19 

Forbidden Fruit— F.P.-L 1-30-21 

Forbidden Fruit — Ivan 2-24-16 

Forbidden Love — Wistaria-St Rgt 4-10-21 

Forbidden Lover, The — Selzk 

Forbidden Path — Fox 

Forbidden Paths — Lasky-Prmt 6-28-17 

Forbidden Paradise — F. P. L 11-30-24 

Forbidden Room — Fox 

Forbidden Thing, The — Assoc. Prod 11-21-20 

Forbidden Trails — Fox 5-23-20 

Forbidden Valley — Pathe 10-10-20 

Forbidden Woman, The — Equity 2-29-20 

Forest King, The — Pacific-SR 

Forest Rivals — World 9-21-19 

Torevei^FP-L 10 23-21 

Forfeit, The — Hdksn 

Forged Bride, The — Univ 2-1-20 

Forget-Me-Not — Peerless-Brady-World . . .4-12-17 

Forget Me Not — Metro 7-23-22 

Forgotten Law — Metro 10-22-22 

Forgotten Woman, The — Pioneer 

Forgive and Forget — C. B C.-SR 10-21-23 

Forsaking All Others— Univ 12-10-23 

Fort Frayne — Davis-SR 8-23-25 

Fortieth Door, The — Pathe 8-24-24 

Forty Horse Hawkins — Univ 4-27-24 

Forty Winks— FPL 2-8-25 

Fortune of Christine McNab — Plav Go 

Fortune Hunter. The — Vita '. 2-22-20 

Fortune Teller, The — R.C S-16-20 

Fortune's Child — Vita 

Fortune's Mask — Vita 

Fortunes of Fifi, The — F.P.-Prmt 3-1-17 

Fortunate Youth, The — Ocean-Rcr 3-23-16 

Forty-five Minutes from B'way — 1st NatI..9-S-20 

•49-'17— Univ 

Foundling, The — F.P.-Prmt 1-16-19 

Fountain of Youth, The — Graphic-SR 

Four Feathers — Metro 

Four Flusher — Metro 



95 




J. p. McGOWAN with EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS 

Author of 

"Tarzan and the Golden Lion'' 

which McGowan is directing for 

R B. O. 

as a Gold Bond Special 



96 



Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse — Metro. 2-20-21 

Four Dare Devils — Prod.-Security 

Four Hearts— W. P. Ex.-SR 

Fourth Estate, The— Fox 1-27-16 

Fourth Musketeer, The— F. U. 3-2S-23 

Fourth Face, The— Clark-CorSR 

Fourteenth Lover — Metro 11-27-21 

Fourteenth Man— F.P.-L 9-12-20 

Fox, The— Umiv 11-20-21 

Frame Up, The— Univ 11-4-15 

Framing Framers — Tri 1-3-18 

Frame Up, The--Ind. Pic. SR 

France in Arms — Pathe 11-1-17 

Free Air— Hdksn 4-2-22 

Free to Love — Schulherg 11-29-25 

Freeze-Out, The — Univ 4-10-21 

Freckles — Lasky-Prmt 5-24-17 

French Doll, The— Metro 9-16-23 

French Heels— Hdksn 1-29-22 

Freshie, The — Kerman-SR 

Freshman, The— Pathe 7-12-2.S 

Friday the Thirteenth — Brady-World 9-14-16 

Friend Husband — Gvvyn 8-11-18 

Friendly Enemies — Pro Dist 5-10 25 

Friendly Husband, A — Fox 1-14-23 

Fringe of Society, The — Backer'-Hoffman- 

St Rgl 11-15-17 

Frisky Mrs. Johnson— F.P.-L 1-2-21 

Frivolous Sal— 1st Nat 1-25-25 

Frivolous Wives — Fidelity-S.R 

From the Ground Up — Gwyn 10-16-21 

From the Manger to the Cross — Vita 

From Broadway to a Throne — Red F 7-13-16 

From Headquarters — Vita 

From Now On — Fox 9-19-20 

From Two to Six— Tri 2-28-18 

Front Page Story, A — Vita 12-17-22 

Frontier of the Stars — F.P.-L 1-23-21 

Fruits of Desire, The— World 1-27-16 

Fruits of Passion — Tri 

Fuel of Life, The— Tri 11-15-1/ 

Fugitive from Matrimony, A — R.C l'2-7-19 

Fugitive, The— Thanhouser-Pathe 8-24-16 

Full of Pep — Metro 

Full House, A — F.P.-L 9-12-20 

Furnace, The — Realrt 11-28-20 

Fury— 1st Nat 2-4-23 

Fuss and Feathers — Prmt 12-15-18 

G 

Gaiety Girl, The— Univ.-J 6-1-24 

Galley Slave, The — Fox 12-2-15 

Galloper, The — Pathe Gold Rooster 9-16-15 

Galloping Kid, The — Univ 9-10-22 

Galloping Devil, The— Canyon-St Rgt 5-29-21 

Galloping Ace, The — Univ 4-6-24 

Galloping Fish, The — 1st Nat 5-4-24 

Galloping Gallagher— F. B. 4-6-24 

Galloping Vengeance — FBO 

Game Chicken, A — Realart 

Game Chicken, A— FPL 

Game of Wits, A — Amer-Mutl 11-15-17 

Game's Up, The — Univ 1-19-19 

Game With Fate, A — Vita 6-16-18 

Game Old Knight and Her Painted Hero 

— Keystone-Tri 10-28- 1 5 

Gamesters, The — Pathe 

Gamble in Lines — Prod. -Sec 

Gamble in Souls, A — Ince-Tri 12-7-16 

Gamblers, The — Vita 7-27-19 

Gambling Fool, The— Tndpendcnt-SR 5-3-25 

Gambling in Souls — Fox 3-16-19 

Gambling Wives— Arrow-SR 4-6-24 

Garden of Resurrection — Stoll 3-20-21 

Garden of Weeds, The— F. P.-L 11-9-24 

Garden of Life, The — Univ 

Garments of Truth — Metro 9- 4-21 

Garter Girl, The— Vita 

Garrison's Finish — A 1 P&D 6-3-23 

Gasoline Gus — Famous 

Gas, Oil & Water — 1st Nat ..3 26-22 

Gates of Brass — Keenan-Pathe 6-29-19 

Gates of Doom, The — Red F 3-1-17 

Gates of Eden, The — Columbia-Metro 11-9-16 

Gates of Gladness — World 

Gauntlet, The — Vita 7-25-20 

Gay and Devilish — FBO 5 21-22 



Gay Lord Quex, The— Gwyn 12-21-19 

Gay Lord Waring, The — Bluebird 4-13-16 

Gay Old Dog, The— Pathe 11-9-19 

Geezer, The — Univ 

Gentleman from America, The — Univ 2-11-23 

Gentle Julia — Fox 1-6-24 

Gentleman of Leisure, The — F. P.-L 8-5 23 

Gentleman from Indiana, The — Pal-Prmt 12-2-15 

Gentleman of Quality, A— Vita 3-9-19 

Gentleman's Agreement, A — Vita 7-28-18 

George Washington, Jr — Warner 

Gerald Cranston's Lady — Fox 

German Curse in Russia — Pathe 

Germany at War — Cummins-St Rgt 3-23-16 

Getting Mary Married — Select 4-6-19 

Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford— FPL 12-11-21 

Get Your Man — Fox 5-29-21 

Ghost Patrol, The— Univ 1-21-23 

Ghost City — Asso Photo-SR 

Ghost Flowar, The — Tri 8-18-18 

Ghost House — Para 

Ghost in the Garret — F.P.-L 

Ghost Breaker, The— FPL 9-17-22 

Ghost City— A. P. Plays-SR 2 26-22 

Ghost of Old Morro, The— Ed-K.E.S.E. .6-28-17 

Ghost of Rosy Taylor, The— Mutl 7-14-18 

Ghost of Yesterday, The— Select 1-10-18 

Ghost of the Rancho, The — Anderson- 

Brunton-Pathe 8-4-18 

Gift Supreme, The— Selzk 5-9-20 

Gift o' Gab. The— Essanay-Perfection 12-6-17 

Gift Girl, The— Bluebird 3-8-17 

Gilded Cage, The— Brady-World 10-12-16 

Gilded Dream— Univ 10-24-20 

Gilded Lies— Selzk 5-8-21 

Gilded Lily, The— F.P.-L 3-13-21 

Gilded Spider, The— Bluebird 4-27-16 

Gilded Fool— Fox 

Gimme — 'Gwyn 1-21-23 

Ginger— World 4-27-19 

Girl Alaska, The— World 8-17-19 

Girl and the Crisis, The— Red F 2-22-17 

Girl and the Judge, The — Empire-Mutl 4-11-18 

Girl Angle — Mut 

Girl at Home, The — Famous 

Girl at Bay, A— Vita 6-22-19 

Girl by the Roadside — Bluebird 

Girl Dodger, The— Prmt 3-2-19 

Girl from Beyond, The — Vita 4-25-18 

Girl from Bohemia, The— Astra-Pathe 8-18-18 

Girl From God's Country — Warren 9-18-21 

Girl from Nowhere — Pioneer 

Girl From Nowhere, The— Selzk 7-17-21 

Girl From Porcupine — Arrow 

Girl from Porcupine — Arrow-SR 12-4-21 

Girl from Rocky Point, The— Pacific- SR ...3-5-22 

Girl from the Outside, The— Gwyn 8-24-19 

Girl I Left Behind Me— Fox 

Girl I Loved. The— Unit Art 2-18-23 

Girl in Bohemia, A — Fox 11-9-19 

Girl in Checkered Coat — Univ 

Girl in His House, The— Vita 6-23-18 

Girl in His Room, The — Vita 

Girl in Number 29 — Univ 4-3-20 

Girl in the Dark, The— Bluebird 3-14-18 

Girl in the I>imonsine — 1st Nat 

Girl in the Rain, The— Univ 6-27-20 

Girl in the Taxi— 1st Nat 5 28-22 

Girl in the Taxi— 1st Nat 8 28-21 

Girl in the Web— Pathe 7-25-20 

Girl Like That, A— F.P.-Prmt 1-25-17 

Girl Montana, The— Pathe 1-2-21 

Girl Named Mary, A— F.P.-L 1-25-20 

Girl of Gold, The— Pro Dist 

Girl of Lost Lake, The— Bluebird 8-17-16 

Girl of My Dreams — -Ex Mut 

Girl of My Heart— Fox 12-12-20 

Girl of the Golden West, The— 1st Nat 6-3-23 

Girl of the Limberlost, A— F. B. 4-27-24 

Girl of the Sea — Selzk 

Girl of the Timber Claims— Tri 1-25-17 

Girl of Today, The— Vita 9-22-18 

Girl of Yesterday, A— F.P.-Prmt 10-14-15 

Girl on the Stairs, The — Pro. Dist 

Girl Phillipa, The— Vita 1-4-17 

Girl Problem, The— Vita 2-23-19 

Girl Shy— Pathe 4-6-24 

Girl Who Came Back, The— Prefrd 4-22-23 



97 







Underwood & Underwood Photo 



DENISON CLIFT 

Director — Playwright — Scenarist 



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Girl Who Came Back, The— Prmt 9-1-18 

Girl Who Couldn't Grow Up, The — Pollard- 

Mutl 9-27-17 

Girl Who Couldn't Think, The — Creative- 

St Rgt 2-1-17 

Girl Who Dared— Selzk 8-22-20 

Girl Who Lost — Red F 3-15-17 

Girl Who Ran Wild, The— Univ 101-21 

Girl Who Stayed at Home, The — Artcraft 3-30-19 

Girl Woman, The — "Vita 8-10-19 

Girl Who Won Out — Univ 

Girl Who Wouldn't Quit, The — Univ. 4-11-18 

Girl Who Wouldn't Work— Schullierg 8-16-2? 

Girl With a Jazz Heart — Gwyn 1-2-21 

Girl With No Regrets, The — Fox 2-16-19 

Girl With the Champagne Eyes, The — Fox 4-4-18 
Girl With the Checkered Coat, The— Blue- 
bird 4-5-17 

Girl With The Green Eyes, The— Pop. P. 

& P.-Pathe 5-11-16 

Girl Without a Soul, The — Rolfe-Metro. .8-30-17 

Girl's Decision, A — Rainbow-S.R 

Girl's Desire, A— Vita 9-17-22 

Girls Don't Gamble— Schwab-St Rgt 9-5-20 

Girls — Famous 

Girl's Folly, A — Paragon-Brady-World 3-1-17 

Girls Men Forget — Princii)al 

Girls — Prmt 7-6-!"> 

Give Me My Son— G. Hamilton-SR 2-19-22 

Giving Becky a Chance — Morosco-Prmt. .6-7-17 

Glass House — Metro 2-19-22 

Gleam O' Dawn — Fox 1-1-22 

Gloriana — Bluebird 11-2-16 

Gloria's Romance — Kleine 6-1-16 

Glorious Adventure, The — Gwyn 8-18-18 

Glorious Adventure, The— U Art-Al Prod. .4-30-22 

Glorious Fool, The — Gwyn 3-26-22 

Glorious Lady, The — Selzk 11-9-19 

Glory — Unity-St Rgt 3-1-17 

Glory Girl, The— Kay Bee-Tri 6-7-17 

Glory of Yolande, The — Vita 1-25-17 

Glory of Clementina, The — FBO 6-4-22 

Glimpses of the Moon — F. P.-L 4-8-23 

Goat, The — Metro '. 9-29-18 

Goat Getter, The— Ravart-SR 

Go Getter, The— F. P.-L 4-15-23 

Go Get 'Em Garringer — Pathe 

Go and Get It — 1st Natl 7-25-20 

Go Straight — Schulberg 5-3-25 

Go Straight — Univ 1 0-9-21 

Go West — !Met-Go 11-1-2? 

Go West, Young Man — Gdwyn 

Go West Young Man — Gwyn 2-2-19 

God of Little Children — Apo11o-Art Dram.. 2-1-17 

Goddess of Lost Lake — Hdksn 

Godless Men — Gwyn 2-6-21 

God's Country and the Woman — Vita- 

V.L.S.E 6-29-16 

God's Crucible — Hdksn 9-11-21 

God's Country and the Law — Arrow-SR ...7-9-22 

God's Gold — Pinnacle-SR 

God's Good Man — Stoll '...'.'.'. 

God's Half Acre — Rolfe-Metro 8-17-16 

God's Law and Man's — Columbia-Metro. .5-10-17 

God's Man — Frohman-St Rgt 4-12-17 

Gods of Fate, The— Lubin-V.L.S.E 2-3-16 

God's Outlaw — Metro , 

Going Some — Gwyn 7-2S-2c' 

Going Up — Asso Ex 10'-14-23 

Going Straight — Fine Arts-Tri .......5-25-16 

Going tlie Limit — GersonSR 9-13 25 

Gold and Grit — Artclass-SR .'.4-5-2.? 

Gold and the Girl — -Fox 2-22 2.? 

Gold and the Woman — Fox 3-23'-16 

Gold Cure, The — Metro 1-12-19 

Gold Diggers, The — Warner 9-16 23 

Gold Grabbers— W. M. Smith-SR 

Gold Heels — Fox 1-^5-25 

Gold Hunters. The — Davis-SR . . . . . . . . . . ...".... 

Gold Madness — Principal-SR 1014-23 

Gold Rush, The — Unit Art 8-30 2? 

Goldfish, The — 1st Nat 5-ll-''4 

Golden Bed, The— FPL .....1-25-2? 

Golden Chance, The — Lasky 12-30-];5 

Golden Fetter, The — Lasky-Prmt 2-1-17 

Golden Fleele, The — Tri 8-4-18 

Golden Goal, The — Vita 5-19-18 

Golden Hope, The — R-C 

Golden Idiot, The — Essanay-K.E.S.E. . . '. .'. 7-*26'.]7 



Golden Princess, The— FP-L 9-13 25 

Golden Rule Kate— Kay Bee-Tri 8-30-17 

Golden Dreams — Gwyn 6-11-22 

Golden Gallows, The — Univ 2.12-22 

Golden Gift, The— Metro 12-4-21 

Golden Shower, The— Vita 12-21-19 

Golden Snare, The— 1st Nat 7-17-21 

Golden Trail, The — Arrow-SR 

Golden Wall, The— World 7-21-18 

Golem, The— F. P.-L 6-26 21 

Good Men and True— FRO 11-12 22 

Good Provider, The— FPL 4-16 22 

Good Fellow, A— Selz 

Good Men and Bad — Selzk 

Good Little Devil, A — Famous 

Good Ship Rock 'N Rye— Univ 

Good and Evil— Warren 9-25-21 

Good Bad Boy, The— Principal 6-8-24 

Good Bad Man, The— Fine Arts-Tri 4-13-16 

Good Bad Wife— Federated 10-24-20 

Good Bye, Girls— Fox 3-11-23 

Good Bye Bill— Prmt 12-8-18 

Good-For-Nothing, The — Peerless-World 12-27-17 

Good Gracious Annabelle — Prmt 4-6-19 

Good Loser, A— Tri 7-14-18 

Good Night Paul— Selzk-Select 6-16-18 

Good References— 1st Natl 9-26-20 

Good Woman, A — Pioneer 

Good Women— R-C 7-24-21 

Goose Girl — Famous 

Goose Hangs High, The— FP-L 3-22-25 

Goose Woman, The — Univ-J 7-26-2? 

Gossip — Univ . '. 3-4-23 

Governor's Lady, The — Fox 12-23-23 

Gown of Destiny, The— Tri 12-27-17 

Grafters— Eastern Tri 8-30-17 

Grail, The— Fox 12-23 23 

Grain of Dust, The— Crest-St Rgt 1-24-18 

Grand Larceny — Gwyn 3-5-22 

Grand Passion, The — Bluebird 12-27-17 

Grandma's Boy — Asso. Ex 9-10-22 

Grass— FP-L 4-12-2? 

Gray Dawn, The— Hdksn 4-30-22 

Gray Horizon, The — Ex. Mutl... 9-7-19 

Gray Towers of Mystery, The — Vita 11-2-19 

Grasp of Greed, The — Bluebird 7-6-16 

Graustark— 1st Xat 9-20-25 

Gray Mask, The— Shubert-World 12-9-15 

Gray Parasol, The— Tri 9-29-18 

Gray Wolf's Ghost, The— R.-C 

Greased Lightning — Prmt 5-4-19 

Great Accident, The — Gdwyn 

Great Adveture, The— Blache-Pathe 2-28-18 

Great Adventure, The — Pathe 

Great Adventure, The— 1st Natl 1-30-21 

Great Air Robbery, The— Univ 1-4-20 

Great Alone, The— Amer. Rel. 6-18-22 

Great City, The — Selzk 

Great Bradley Mystery, The — Apollo- Art. .4-19-17 

Great Day, The— F.P.-L 4-3-21 

Great Divide, The— F.P.-Par 12-23-15 

Great Divide, Tlie— Met-Go 2-15 25 

Great Expectation — F.P.-L 1-11-17 

Great Im^iersonation- FP-L 10 2-21 

Great Love, The— Griffith-Artcraft 8-18-18 

Great Menace, The — Resolute-SR 

Great Lover — Gwyn 12-5-20 

Great Moment. The— F. P.-L 7-31-21 

Great Night, The— Fox 

Great Problem, The — Bluebird 4-13-16 

Great Redeemer, Th^— Metro 8-29-20 

Great Redeemer — Metro 

Great Romance — -Metro 

Great Ruby, The— Lubin-V.L.S.E 9-23-15 

Great Sensation, The — Perfection-SR ....9-13-25 

Great Shadow, The — Selzk 

Great Victory — Metro 

Great White Way, The— Met.-Go 1-13-24 

Great Diamond ]\Ivstery, The — Fox 10-26-24 

Great White Trail, The — Wharton-St Rgt.. 6-14-17 

Greater Claim, The— Metro 2-20-21 

Greater Duty, The— E. C. Prod-SR 

Greater Law — Bluebird 7-19-17 

Greater Love Hath No Man — Metro 

Greater Profit, The — R-C 6-26-21 

Greater Than Fame — Selzk 1-18-20 

Greater Than a Crown — Fox 9-6-2? 

Greater Than Love— Asso Prod 7 24-21 



99 




JOHN BOLES 



Ball Photo 



\ Leading Man Opposite 
I Qloria Swanson in ^'Sunya*' 



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100 



Greater Than Marriage — Vita 1-18-25 

Greater Will, The — Premo-Pathe 12-16-15 

Greater Woman, The — Powell-MutI 3-29-17 

Greatest Truth, The— FP-L 

Greatest Love of All, The— Asso. Ex 11-23-24 

Greatest Love— Selzk 1-30-21 

Greatest Power — Rolfe-Metro 6-29-17 

Greatest Question, The— 1st Natl 1-4-20 

Greatest Sacrifice — Fox 5-15-21 

Greatest Thing in Life, The— Griffith 1-2-19 

Greed— Met-Go 12 7-24 

Greed — McClure-Seven Sins-Tri 2-8-17 

Greel Mystery, The— Vita 11-22-17 

Green Cloak, The — Kleine-Edison 10-28-15 

Green-Eyed Monster, The — Fox 1-6-16 

Green Eyes— Ince-Prmt 8-18-18 

Green Flame, The— Hdksn 7-11-20 

Green God, The— Vita 9-1-18 

Green Stockings— Vita-V.L.S.E 1-13-16 

Green Swamp, The — Unt. Art 

Green Swamp, The — Tri-Kay Bee 1-13-16 

Green Temptation, The— FPL 4-2-22 

Green Goddess, The — Gwyn 8-19-23 

Gretchen the Greenhorn — Fine Arts-Tri. .8-25-16 

Gretna Green — Famous 

Grim Comedian, The — Gwyn 1-29-22 

Grim Game, The— F.P.-L 9-7-19 

Grip of Jealousy, The — Bluebird 3-9-16 

Grit— Pro. Dist 1-6-24 

Grouch, The— World 12-1-18 

Grounds for Divorce— FPL 7-19-25 

Grub Stake, The— Selzk 3 18-23 

Grumpy— F. P. L 4-1-23 

Guardians of the North — Ind-SR 

Guiding Spirit — H B Burroughs-SR 

Guilty Wife— Gen 

Guile of Women — Gwyn 3-6-21 

Guilt of Silence, The— Bluebird 6-2-18 

Guilty Man, The— Ince-Prmt 2-21-18 

Guilty One, The~F. P.-L 6-22-24 

Guilty of Love— F.P.-L 9-19-20 

Guilty Conscience, A — Vita 

Gun Fighter, The— Ince-Tri 2-1-17 

Gun Fighting Gentleman — Univ 11-30-19 

Gun Woman, The— Tri 1-24-18 

Gunfighter, The — Fox 

Gun Fanner, The — Fox 

Gun Shy — SR 

Gutter Snipe, The— Univ 1-1-22 

Gutter Magdalene, A — E. P.-Prmt 6-18-16 

Gypsy Passion — Vita 10 30-21 

Gypsy Blood— 1st Natl 5-15-21 

Gypsy Trail — F.P.-L 

H 

Habit— 1st Nat 

Habit of Happiness, The — Fine Arts-Tri. .3-23-16 

Hail the Woman — 1st Nat 1-8-22 

Hail the Hero— F. B. O 

Hairpins— F. P.-L 8-8-20 

Half a Chance— Pathe 10-24-20 

Half a Rogue — Univ 

Half-a-Dollar-Bill— Met. Go 12-9-23 

Half Breed. The — 1st Nat 6-25-22 

Half an Hour — F P.-L 12-5-20 

Half Million Bribe. The — Rolfe-Metro 4-20-16 

Half Breed, The— Fine Arts-Tri 7-13-16 

Half- Way Girl, The— 1st Nat 8-16 25 

Haldane of the Secret Service — F. B. O... 10-14-23 

Hamlet— Asta Film-SK 11-13-21 

Hand at the Window, The — Tri 4-25-18 

Hand Invisible, The — World 3-9-19 

Handcuffs and Kisses — Selzk 10- 2-21 

Handle With Care — Asso Exhib 

Hands of Nara, The — Metro 8-13-22 

Handicap, The — Kremer-SR 

Hand of Peril, The — Paragon-World 3-23-16 

Hands Down — Bluebird 2-14-18 

Hands Off — Fox 4-3-21 

Hands Up — Fine Arts-Tri 4-26-17 

Hand that Rocks the Cradle, The — Weber- 

St Rgt 5-31-17 

Happiness — Tri-Kay Bee 5-10-17 

Happiness — Romayne-SR 

Hrppiness — Met. -Go 3-2-24 

Happiness a La Mode — Select 6-15-19 

Happiness of Three Women, The — Mor- 

osco-Prmt 1-18-17 

Happy Though Married — Prrat 2-16-19 



Happy Warrior, The — Vita ; 7-12-2! 

Hard Boiled — Prmt 2-2-19 

Hard Luck — Metro 

Hard Rock Breed, The— Tri 3-21-18 

Hard Hittin' Hamilton— ArtclassSR 10-19-24 

Hardest Way, The — Joan-SR 

Harbor Lights — Asso Ex 8-26-23 

Harriet and the Piper — 1st Natl 10 24-20 

Hate— Metro 5-7-22 

Hate Trail— Clk C'nelius SR 

Harvest Moon, The — Hdksn 4-11-20 

Has the World Gone Mad— Equity-SR 

Hashimura Togo — Famous 

Hate — Fairmont-St Rgt 8-9-17 

Hater of Men, A— Kay Bee-Tri 6-21-17 

Haunted Bedroom, The — Prmt 6-8-19 

Haunted House, The — Eastern Tri 9-20-17 

Haunted Manor, The — Gaumont-Mutl 3-30-16 

Haunted Pajamas, The — Yorke-Metro 6-21-17 

Haunted Ranch, The— Davis-SR 9 13-25 

Haunting Shadows— R.C 1-18-20 

Havoc, The — Essanay-V.L.S.E 3-30-16 

Havoc — Fox 9-13-25 

Hawk, The— Greater Vita 5-3-17 

Hawthorne of the U. S. A.— F. P.-I 11-30-19 

Hay Foot, Straw Foot — Prmt 6-29-19 

Hazel Kirke^— Pathe 2-10-16 

He Who Gets Slapped— Met. -Go 11-2-24 

Head Hunters of the South Sea — Asso Ex.1 21-23 

Head Over Heels — Gwyn 

Heads Up— FRO 

Head Winds— Univ-T 3-22 25 

Headin' Home — Yankee St Rgt 9-26-20 

Headin" North— Arrow-SR 9-24-22 

Headin' South — Artcraft 3-21-18 

Headin' West— Univ 1-29-22 

Headin' Through — Phofo-Drama-SR 

Headless Horseman — Hdksn 10-22-22 

Headlines — Asso Ex 

Heart and Soul — Fox 6-14-17 

Hesrt Bandit, The— Met. -Co 1-13 24 

Heart Raider, The— F. P.-L 6 10 23 

Heart Buster, The— Fox 7 6-24 

Heart of Romance — Fox 

Heart of a Painted Woman — Metro 

Heart of a Texan, The — Steiner-SR 

Heart Specialist, The — FP-L-R 4-22-22 

Heart Of A Fool— 1st Nat 

Heart of Nora — Famous 

Heart in Pawn — Ex Mut 

Heart Line, The— Pathe 5-29-21 

Heart of a Child —Metro 4-11-20 

Heart of a Child, The — London Red F 6-22-16 

Heart of a Girl, The— World 7-7-18 

Heart of a Gypsy, The — Hlmark 12-7-19 

Heart of a Hero, The — Peerless-Brady- 
World 10-26-16 

Heart of a Lion, The — Fox 12-27-17 

Heart of a Siren — -Ist Nat 3-15-25 

Heart of a Woman — Peerless-SR 

Heart of Ezra Greer, The — Thanhouser- 

Pathe 10-4-17 

Heart of Gold— World 2-2-19 

Heart of Humanity, The — Univ 1-4-19 

Heart of Jennifer, The — F. P.-L-Prmt 9-9-15 

Heart of Juanita, The— R. C 12-7-19 

Heart of Maryland— Vita 5-22-21 

Heart of New York, The— Claridge 2-24-16 

Heart of Paula, The — Morosco-Prmt 3-16-16 

Heart of Rachael, The — Hdksn 10-6-18 

Heart of Romance — Fox 

Heart of Tara, The — Horsley-Mutl 3-9-16 

Heart of Texas Ryan, The — Selig-K.E.S.E. 2-22-17 

Heart of the Blue Ridge, The — World 10-21-15 

Heart of the North. The— Davis-SR 9-25-21 

Heart of the Sunset — Gwyn 4-18-18 

Heart of the Wilds — Artcraft 8-25-18 

Heart of Twenty— R.-C 6-27-20 

Heart of Wetona, The — Select 12-29-18 

Heart of Youth. The — F. P.-L 9-14-19 

Heart o' the Hills— 1st Natl 12-7-19 

Heart to Let, A— Realart 7-24-21 

Heart Strings — Fox 1-4-20 

Hearts Asleep — Ex Mut 

Hearts And The Highway — Vita 

Hearts Adrift — Famous 

Hearts and Masks-Federated 

Hearts and Spurs — Fox 8-2 25 



101 



Hearts are Trumps — Metro 12-12-20 

Hearts of Oak -Fox 10-5-24 

Hearts Of Oak — Famous 

Hearts Of Love — Arrow 

Hearts Aflame— Metro 12-24-22 

Hearts of Flint — Arrow 

Hearts of Men— Harris-World 11-18-15 

Hearts of Men — Abrams 4-13-19 

Hearts of the World — Comstock-EIliott- 

Hearts of Youth — Fox 

Gest 5-12-18 

Hearts or Diamonds? — Mutl 5-2-18 

Hearts o" The Range— Forward-St Rgt.. 2-13-21 

Heart's Haven— Hdksn 8-13-22 

Heart's Desire— F. P.-L.-Prmt 5-3-17 

Heart's Revenge — Fox 

Hearts Up — Univ 1-2-21 

Heartsease — Gwyn 9-14-19 

Heartless Husbands— Sun-SR 11-22-25 

He Comes Up Smiling — Artcraft 9-15-18 

He Did and He Didn't — Keystone-Tri 2-10-16 

He Fell in Love with His Wife— Pallas- 

Prmt 2-17-16 

Heedless Moths— Equity-SR 6-19-21 

Heights of Hazard, The— Vita- V.L.S.E. . 12-2-15 

Heir of the Ages, The — Pallas-Prmt 6-28-17 

Heir to the Hoorah, The — Lasky-Prmt 11-2-16 

Heiress at Coffee Dan's, The — Fine Arts- 

Tri 12-21-16 

Heiress for a Day — Tri 2-28-18 

Held to Answer — Metro 10-28-23 

Held by the Enemy— F. P.-L 10-3-20 

Held in Trust— Metro 8-15-20 

Helen of the North— F. P.-Prmt 9-9-15 

Helen's Babies— Principal-SR 1-18-25 

Heliotrope— F. P.-L 11-28-20 

Helion, The— Pathe 10-5-19 

Hell Bent— Univ 6-23-18 

Hell Cat, The — Gwyn 12-8-18 

Hell Diggers, The- F. P.-L 8-28-21 

Hell Morgan's Girl— Bluebird 3-15-17 

Hell Roarin' Reform— Fox 2-16-19 

Hell Ship, The— Fox 2-15-20 

Hell to Pay Austin— Fine Arts-Tri 8-10-16 

Hell's End— Tri 7-14-18 

Hell's Highroad — Pro Dist 8-30 25 

Hell's Hinges— Tri -Kay Bee 2-17-16 

Hell's Hole— Fox 

Hell's Oasis— Ind-SR 

Hell's Crater — Univ 

Hell's Border— West F-SR 

Help, Help Police — Fox 5-4-l?» 

Help Wanted Male — Pathe 8-22-20 

Help Yourself — Gwyn 

Her American Husband — Tri 1-24-18 

Her Accidental Husband— C. B. C.-SR 5-6-23 

Her American Prince — Mutl 8-3-16 

Her Aviator — Arrow 

Her Beloved Enemy — Pathe 

Her Beloved Villain — Realrt — 1-2-21 

Her Better Self— F. P.-Prmt 5-17-17 

Her Bitter Cup — Univ. Red F 3-30-16 

Her Body in Bond — Murray Prod 6-23-I» 

Her Boy — Metro 2-14-18 

Her Code of Honor — Tribune-United 3-9-19 

Her Country First — Prmt 8-1-18 

Her Country First — Prmt 9-1-18 

Her Country's Call — Mut 

Her Debt of Honor — Rolfe-Metro 1-27-16 

Her Decision — Tri 5-12-18 

Her Double Life— Fox 10-5-16 

Her Elephant Man — Fox 2-1-20 

Her Excellency the Governor — Eastern Fine 

Arts-Tri 7-5-17 

Her Father's Gold — Thanhouser-Mutl 5-11-16 

Her Father's Keeper — Eastern Fine Arts- 
Tri 3-22-17 

Her Fatal Millions — Metro 7-22-23 

Her Father's Son — Morosco-Prmt 9-28-16 

Her Fighting Chance — Jacobs-Hall-St Rgt 8-16-17 

Her Final Reckoning — F. P.-Prmt 6-9-'S 

Her First Elopement — Realrt 1-23-2. 

Her Five Foot Highness — Univ 4-3-20 

Her Game — Utd Pic 

Her Good Name — Van Dyke 2-1-17 

Her Face Value — FP L-R 11-6-21 

Her Gilded Cage— FPL 8-20-22 

Her Greatest Love — Fox 4-26-17 



Her Greatest Chance — Select 12-22-18 

Her Greatest Performance — Tri 8-3-19 

Her Great Hour— Equiuble- World 1-13-16 

Her Great Match— Pop. P. & P. -Metro. .9-16-13 

Her Great Price — Rolfe-Metro 3-30-16 

Her Half Brother— Certified-SR 

Her Honor, The Mayor— Fox 8-22-20 

Her Hour— Peerless-World 12-6-17 

Her Husband's Trade-Mark— FP-L 2-26-22 

Her Husband's Friend— F.P.-L 

Her Husband's Honor — American-Mutl ..8-11-J8 

Her Husband's Friend — Famous 11-20 

Her Husband's Secret — 1st Nat S-24-25 

Her Husband's Wife— Ivan 6-29-16 

Her Inspiration — Metro 

Her Kingdom of Dreams — 1st Natl 10-5-19 

Her Life and His— Thanhouser-Pathe 2-8-17 

Her Lord and Master — Vita 

Her Love Story— F. P.-L 10-12-24 

Her Mad Bargain — 1st Nat 

Her Majesty — Asso. Ex.-P 

Her Man— Pathe 8-25-18 

Her Market Value — Pro Dist 

Her Maternal Right— World 5-11-16 

Her Mistake — Film CI. House 

Her Moment — Author's Photoplays-General 7-21-18 

Her Marriage Vow — Warner 

Her Mother's Secret — Fox 

V.L.S.E 3-16-16 

Her New York — Pathe 

Her Night of Nights — Univ 6-25-22 

Her Nisht of Romance — l.st Nat ll-30-2'4 

Her Official Fathers— Tri 4-26-17 

Her One Mistake — Fox 

Her Only Way— Schenck-Select 8-25-18 

Her Own Money— FPL 2-6-22 

Her Own People— Pallas-Prmt 2-15-17 

Her Own Free Will 9-14-24 

Her Own Way — Metro 

Her Social Value— 1st Nat 2-19-22 

Her Story — 2nd Nat 

Her Temptation — Fox 

Her Price — Fox 7-14-18 

Her Purchase Price — R. C 8-31-19 

Her Reputation — -Ist Nat 

Her Right to Live— Vita 1-18-17 

Her Second Husband — Empire-MutI 1-10-18 

Her Temporary Husband — 1st Nat 12-16-23 

Her Secret — Greater Vita 5-3-17 

Her Silent Sacrifice— Select 1-17-18 

Her Sister — Empire-Mutl 1-3-18 

Her Sister from Paris — 1st Nat 8-30-25 

Her Sister's Rival— Russian Art-Pathe 12-6-17 

Her Soul's Inspiration — Bluebird 1-11-17 

Her Strange Wedding— Lasky-Prmt 6-21-17 

Her Sturdy Oak— Realart 8- 7-21 

Her Surrender — Ivan-St. Rgt 10-26-16 

Her Temptation — Fox 5-10-17 

Her Unwilling Husband— Pathe 11-21-20 

Her Winning Way — Realart 9-25-21 

Here Comes the Bride — Prmt 1-26-19 

Heredity— World 8-11-18 

Heritage — Roubert-St Rgt 8-15-20 

Heritage of the Desert, The— F. P.-L 1-27-24 

Heritage of Hate, The— Red F 11-9-16 

Hero, The— Prefrd 1-14-23 

Hero of Submarine D-2, The — Vita- 
Hero of the Hour, The — Univ 

Heroes and Husbands — 1st Nat 

Heroes of the Street — Warner-SR 12-24-23 

Heroes — Famous 

Hesper of the Mountains — Vita-V.L.S.E. .8-3-16 

Hickville to Broadway — Fox 9- 4-21 

Hidden Children, The— Yorke-Metro 4-5-17 

Hidden Code — Pioneer 

Hidden Fires— Gwyn 11-24-18 

Hidden Light, The — Commonwealth-SR 

Hidden Loot— Univ 10-25-25 

Hidden Woman — Amer Rel 

Hidden Pearls— Lasky-Prmt 2-7-1* 

Hidden Scar, The— Brady-World 10-5-16 

Hidden Spring, The— Yorke-Metro 8-2-17 

Hidden Truth, The— Select 2-2-19 

Hidden Valley, The— Thanhouser-Pathe ..11-30-16 

Highest Bid, The — American-Mutl 6-29-16 

Highest Bidder, The— Gwyn 

Highest Law, The — Selzk 

Highest Trump, The— Vita 1-26-19 



103 




JACK WHITE 

Director -General Educational Studios 



104 



High and Handsome— FBO 9-6-2S 

High Finance— Fox 1'}^"J^ 

High Play — American- Mutl 4-19-17 

High Pockets — Gwyn 

High Sign — Univ 

High Speed Lee — Anow-SR •• 

High Speed— Univ 6-1-24 

High Speed— HImark 1-11-20 

High Stakes— Tri 5-26-18 

High Tide— Tri 9-1-18 

High Sign — Metro 

High-Speed Lee — Arrow 

Highway of Hope, The— Morosco-Prmt 5-24-18 

High Heels— Univ 10-16-21 

High Road, The— H. Bollman-SR 

Hill Billy, The— Al. P. & I) 3 23-24 

Hills of Missing Men — Asso. Exhih 

Hills of Hate — Arrow 

Hillcrest Mystery— A stra-Pathe 4-11-18 

Hinton's Double — Thanhouser-Pathe ....4-26-17 

Hired Man, The— Ince-Prmt 1-31-18 

His Back Against the Wall — Gwyn 5-21-22 

His Buddy's Wife— Asso Ex 7 19-25 

His Darker Self -Pro. Dist 3 30 24 

His Forgotten Wife— F. B. 4-6-24 

His Hour- Met. Co 914-24 

His Owi Law— SR 

His Birtright — Haworth-Mutl 9-15-18 

His Bonded Wife— Metro 12-1-18 

His Bridal Night— Select 7-27-19 

His Brother's Keeper — Pioneer 

His Brother's Wife — Premo-Brady-World 6-1-16 

His Children's Children— F. P.-L 11-11-23 

His Debt— R.-C 5-25-19 

His Daughter Pays — Doo-Lee 

His Divorced Wife— Univ 11-9-19 

His Fnemy, The Law — Tri 6-16-18 

His Father's Son— Rolfe-Metro 3-22-17 

His Father's Wife— World. 

His Greatest Sacrifice — Fox 5-1-21 

His House in Order— F. P.-L 3-14-20 

His Last Race— Gnldstone-SR 9-9-23 

His Last Dollar — Famous 

His Master's Voice— Lumas-SR 10-25-25 

His Majesty Bunker Bean — Warner 9-20-25 

His Majesty the American — Uni-Art 9-28-19 

His Majesty, Bunker Bean — Lasky-Prmt. .4-18-18 

His Molher's Boy — Ince-Prmt 1-3-18 

His Mystery Girl— Univ 12 23-23 

His Neighbor's Wife — Famous 

His Nibs — Excep-SR 

His OflTicial Fiancee— F. P.-L 5-19-18 

His Old Fashioned Dad — Gen 

His Own Home Town — Ince-Prmt 5-19-18 

His Own Law — Gwyn 2-6-21 

His Own People— Vita 1-3-18 

His Parisian Wife — Artcraft 1-19-19 

His People— Univ-J 11-15 25 

His Picture in the Papers — Fine Arts-Tri. 2-10-16 

His Robe of Honor— Paralta-Hdksn 1-31-18 

His Royal Highness — Peerless-World ....3-7-18 

His Secretary— Met-Go 12-27-25 

His Supreme Moment — 1st Nat ■41^-25 

His Sweetheart — Morosco-Prmt 2-1-17 

His Temporary Wife — Hdksn 1-25-20 

His Woman — Univ 

His Wife's Husband— Amer Rel 5-14-22 

His Wife's Friend— F. P.-L 2-15-20 

His Wife's Good Name— Vita 9-14-16 

His Wife's Money— Selzk 2-29-20 

Hit or Miss— World 3-16-19 

Hit and Run— Univ 8 10-24 

Hit-The-Trail-Holiday— Cohan-Artcraft . . .6-9-18 

Hitting the High Spots — Metro 12-8-18 

Hitting the Trail— World 12-8-18 

Hitchin* Post^— Univ 8-29-20 

Hoarded Assets— Vita 12-22-18 

Hobbs in a Hurry — American-Pathe 10-6-18 

Hogan's Alley— Warner 11 29-25 

Hold Your Horses — Gwyn 2-6-21 

Hold Your Breath— Pro. Dist 6-1-24 

Hole in the Wall, A— Metro 11-27-21 

Hollow of Her Hand, The— Select 1-5-19 

Hollywood— F. P.-L 8-5-25 

Home — Univ 

Home— Ince-Tri 8-10-16 

Home Breaker, The — Prmt 5-4-19 

Homer Comes Home— F. P.-L 7-4-20 



Home Keeping Hearts— Asso Ex ^^' Ji Vz 

Home Maker, The— Univ rooi 

Home Stretch, The— F. P.-L S-8-21 

Home Stuff— Metro J\nA, 

Home Stuff— Metro f "Joof 

Home Talent— Asso Prod ?'ir ,« 

Home Town Girl, The— Prmt ^:,\l 

Home Trail, The— Vita A oo ,q 

Home Wanted— World 6-29-19 

Homespun — Pathe • • ■ • • • 

Homespun Folks— Assoc-Prod y-S-<iu 

Homespun Vamp, A — FP-L • • • • • • 

Homeward Bound— F. P.-L tla'on 

Honest Hutch— Gwyn 9-iy-/U 

Honest Man — Tri c'^V on 

Honey Bee, The— Pathe S-23-20 

Honeymoon, The — Select ...... ... • • • • • 

Honeymoon Ranch— Bert Lubin-St Rgt. . 10-24-20 

Honor Bound— Univ 11-7-2U 

lI(.nor Among Men— Fox ••Io'Jq 

Honor of His House, The— Lasky-Prmt. .4- 8-18 
Honor of Mary Blake, The— Bluebird. ... 12-14-16 

Honor First — Fox V' V i 7 

Honor System, The— Fox ;^;, ,^ 

Honor Thy Name— Ince-Tri 7-27-16 

Honor's Altar— Tri-Kay Bee 3-2-10 

Honor's Cross— Selexart-Gwyn ;, f'l^ 

Honorable Algy, The— Tri-Ince 1';?"!^ 

Honorable Friend, The— Lasky-Prmt ....8-31-16 

Honorable Cad, An — Univ / V' ; i 

Hoodoo Ann— Fine Arts-Tri 4-6-6 

Hoodlum, The— 1st Natl \^ol:ll 

Hoodman Blind— Fox , ;il 

Hook and Ladder — Univ 1-6-24 

Hoop-La— Ex Mut .••,•/•; o" oc'Vq 

Hoosier Romance, A— Selig-Mutl ^:i^'l, 

Hoosier Schoolmaster, The— Pro. Dist 3 30-24 

Hoops of Steel— Hodksn VoV;i: 

Hop, the Devil's Brew— Bluebird ^'n]„ 

Hope Chest, The— Prmt ';^^ o 

Hopper, The— Tri :,'ll 

Hornet's Nest, The— Vita I'll',. 

Hostage, The— Lasky-Prmt ^"^o"H 

Hot Water— Pathe • • • 0^799 

Hound of the Baskervilles— FBO 9-17-22 

Hour Before Dawn, The — Famous 

House of Teniperly, The — Famous 

House of Mystery— Arrow .••••; • • • • • • ; 

House of Youth, The— Pro. Dist 11-30-24 

House Built Upon Sand, The— Fine Arts- 
Tri 1-18-17 

House Divided — Film CI. House . .; 

House of a Thousand Candles, The— Selig- 

V.L.S.E 9-9-15 

House of Fear, The— Daly-Pathe Gold 

Roo.ster 12-9-15 

House of Glass, The— Select 3-7-18 

House of Gold, The— Metro 6-30-18 

House of Intrigue — Ex Mut • ■■■■ ■ 

House of Lies, The — Morosco-Prmt ^-^1']° 

House of Mirrors, The— Rialto-Mutl 8-10-16 

House of Mirth, The— Metro 8-11-18 

House of Silence, The— Lasky-Prmt tl^'l^^ 

House of Tears. The— Rolfe-Metro 12-16-15 

House of the Golden Windows, The — 

Lasky-Prmt ^'J^'l^ 

House of The Tolling Bell— Pathe 9-5-20 

House of Toys, The— Pathe tB'l^ 

House of Whispers— Hdksn r ri. 

House that Jazz Built, The— Realrt 5-15-21 

House Without Children, The— Film-Mart- 

ket-St Rgt 8-10-19 

Hottentot, The— 1st Nat ^I'il'^o 

How Women Love— B. B. Prod-SR ^'^loc 

How Baxter Butted In — Warner . -7-5 25 

How Britain Prepared— Patriot-St Rgt. .. .6-1-16 

How to Educate a Wife -Warner .. ^^^^'it 

How Could You, Caroline?— Pathe ;^,i'Jo 

How Could You, Jean?— Artcraft S'J.ic 

How Molly Made Good— Steiner 10-14-15 

Huck and Tom— Lasky-Prmt i'\t\l 

Huckleberry Finn— F. P.-L ^,,'^0 

Hugon, The Mighty— Bluebird-Univ l"-li,'i° 

Hulda from Holland— F. P.-Prmt 7-20-16 

Human Clay — Ivan 

Human Collateral — Vita : W^A 

Human Driftwood— World-Equitable '*';i"l. 

Human Hearts— Univ 7-16-22 



105 




SPENCER 
BENNET 

DIRECTOR 

(Pathe Serials) 



Wetzel Photo 



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SNOWED IN" 



Gene Tunney 

hi 

"THE FIGHTING MARINE" 



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THE HOUSE WITHOUT A KEY" 



In Production 



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MELTING MILLIONS" 



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Human Passions — Tyrad 

Human Tornado. The— FBO 6 2S-2S 

Human Wrecksgc -F. B. O. 7-1-23 

Human Stuff— Univ 6-20-20 

Humdrum Brown — Paralta-Hdksn 4-18-18 

Humoresque— F. P.-L S-9-20 

HumminR Bird, The— F. P.-L 1-20-24 

Hundredth Chance— Stoll 1-2-21 

Huchbanck of Notre Dame, The— Univ-J. .916-23 

Hungry Eyes — Bluebird 3-14-18 

Hungry Hearts — Gwyn 12-3-22 

Hungry Heart, The — Peerless-Brady - 

World 1-25-17 

Hun Within, The— Prmt-Artcraft 9-1-18 

Huns Within Our Gates — Arrow 

Hunch, The— Metro 10-9-21 

Hungry Heart, Tlie— F. P.-Prmt 11-29-17 

Hunted Woman, The— Vita-V.L.S.E 3-9-16 

?[uMte(l Woman, The— Fox 3-29-2^ 

Hunting of the Hawk, The— Astra-Pathe. .4-5-17 

Hunting Big Game in Africa — Univ 1-14-23 

Huntin' Trouble— PhotoDrama-SR 

Huntress of Men, A— Univ-Red F 4-27-16 

Huntress— 1st Nat 10-7-23 

Hurricane Kid, The — Univ 12-28 24 

Hurricane's Gal— 1st Nat 7-30-32 

Husband Hunter— Fox 9-19-20 

Husband and Wife— Brady-World 8-24-16 

Husbands and Wives — Gaumt-SR 

Husbands and Lovers — 1st Nat 12-28-24 

Hush— Equity-St Rgt 5-1-21 

Hushed Hour — Garson 

Hush Money— FPL-R 11-27-21 

Hutch cf the U. S. A.— Steiner-SR 8-10-2'4 

Hypocrites — Prod. Security 

Hypocrites — Famous 

Hypocrisy — Fox 6-8-16 

Hypocrites — London Film-Cosmofotofilm ..5-12-18 

I 

I am Guilty — Assoc. Prod 4-24-21 

I Am the Law— Aflfiliated-SR 5-7-22 

I Am the Man — Chridwick-SR 

T Am the Woman — Kremer-SR 

I Believe — Tucker-Cosmofotofilm-Sherman. 7-5-17 

I Can Explain— Metro 2-19-22 

I Do — Asso. Exhib 

T Defy— Arista-SR 

I Love You— Kay Bee-Tri 1-10-18 

I Want to Forget— Fox 12-29-18 

I Will Repay— Vita 11-15-17 

Iced Bullet — Ince-Tri 2-1-17 

Icebound— F. P.-L 3-9-24 

Idle Class, The— 1st Nat 10- 2-21 

Idle Hands — Pioneer 

Idle Tontjues — 1st Nat 12 1 1-24 

Idle Wives — Univ 9-28-16 

Idle Class, The— 1st Nat 10-2-21 

Idle Rich, The— Metro 11-6-21 

Idler, The— Fox 

Idolaters — Tri 9-13-17 

Idol Dancer. The— 1st Natl 3-23-20 

Idol of the North— F. P.-L 5-22-21 

Idol of the Stage. An— Gaumont-Mutl 1-27-16 

Idols of Clay— F.P.-L 11-23-20 

If I Marrv Again — 1st Nat 1-18-25 

If I Were King- Fox 7-4-20 

If I Were Queen— FBO 10-22-22 

If You Believe It, It's So— FPL 7-16-22 

Tf T\rarriase Fails— FBO 6-14-25 

If Mv Country Should Call— Red F 9-7-16 

If Only Jim— Univ 2-27-21 

If Women Only Knew— R.-C 5-29-21 

If Winter Conies— Fox 9-9-23 

If I Marry Again — 1st Nat 1-18-25 

I'll Say So — ^Fox 

I'll Show You the Town— Univ-T 5-3125 

I'll Get Him Yet— Prmt '. 5-25-19 

Illusions — Romayne-SR 

Illustrious Prince, The — R.-C 11-16-19 

Image Maker, The — Thanhouser-Pathe 1-11-17 

I'm Glad My Boy Grew up to be a Soldier 

— Selig 12-16-15 

Immediate Lee — American-Mutl 11-16-16 

Immigrant, The — Lasky 12-23-15 

Immortal Flame, The — Ivan 3-2-16 

Imp, The — Selzk 

Impossible Catherine — Pathe 



Impossible Boy, The — Pacific-SR 

Impulse — Arrow-SR 

Impossible Mrs. Bellew, The— FPL 10-29-22 

Impossible Susan — American-Mutl 7-28-18 

Imposter, The — Empire-Mutl 1-31-18 

In Again-Out Agam — Fairbanks-Artcraft 5-3-17 

In Folly's Trail— Univ 8-22-20 

In for Thirty Days— Metro 2-2-19 

In High Gear— Suiiset-SR 2-8-25 

In His Brother's Place — Metro 7-13-19 

In Honor's Web— Vita 11-9-19 

In Every Woman's Life— 1st Nat 11-2-24 

In Fast Company — Truart-SR 6-15-24 

In Hollywood With Potash and Perlmutter. 9-28-21 

In Judgment of — Metro 8-25-18 

In Love with Love — Fox 

In Mizzoura— F. P. L 10-19-19 

In Bad — American-Mutl 2-14-18 

In Search of a Thrill— Metro 11-4-23 

In Old Kentucky— 1st Natl 12-28-19 

In the Palace of the King — Gwyn 12-9-23 

In the Name of Love — FP-L 8-30-2S 

In Pursuit Of Polly — -Famous 

In Search of Arcady — Ex. Mut 

In Search of a Sinner — 1st Natl 3-14-20 

In Self Defense — Hamilton-SR 4-30-22 

In Slumberland— Kay Bee-Tri 8-9-17 

In Society — Pioneer 

In the Balance — Vita 

In the Days of St. Patrick— Kelly- SR 

In the Diplomatic Service — Quality-Metro 10-26-16 
In the Hands of the Law — Balboa- Moss- 

St Rgt 4-19-17 

In the Heart of a Fool — 1st Nat 

In the Name of the Law— FBO 7-16-22 

In the Night— Prod. -Sec-SR 

In the Palace of the King — Essanay- 

V.L.S.E 10-7-15 

In Walked Mary— Pathe 2-29-20 

In Wrong- 1st Natl 12-21-19 

Incorrigible Dukane, The — F. P.-L.-Prmt. .9-9-15 

Indestructible Wife — Select 

Indiscreet Corinne — Tri 11-8-17 

Indiscretion — Vita 1-18-17 

Indiscretion — Pioneer 

Inevitable, The — Erbograph-Art 4-12-17 

-Inez from' Hollvwood — ^Ist Nat 12 21-2-^ 

Infamous Miss Revelle. The — Metro 9- 4-21 

Infatuation — American-Mutl 9-9-15 

Infatuation of Youth — Gaumont-SR 

inferior Sex, The — 1st Natl 5-9-20 

Infidel. The— 1st Nat 4 23-22 

Inherited Passions — Hamilton-Wilcox ....9-21-16 
Inn of the Blue Moon, The — De Luxe- 
Inner Chamber, The— Vita 9-25-21 

Inner Shrine, The — Lasky-Prmt 8-2-17 

Inner Struggle, The — American-Mutl 6-22-16 

Inner Voice, The — American 3-28-20 

Inner Man, The — Syracuse-SR 

Inner Man, The — Prod. Security 

Inner Ring, The — Univ 

Inner Voice. The — Russian Art-Pathe 2-14-18 

Innocence of Ruth, The — Edison-Kleine 2-3-16 

Innocence — C. B. C.-SR ' 

Innocent — Astra-Pathe 1-17-18 

Innocent Lie, The — F. P.-Prmt 5-11-16 

Innocent Magdalene, An — Fine Arts-Tri. .6-8-16 

Innocent Adventures — Famous 

Innocent Cheat, The— Arrow-SR 6-25-22 

Innocent Sinner, The— Fox 8-9-17 

Sherry 8-18-18 

Innocent's Progress — Tri 4-4-18 

Inside of the Cup, The— F. P.-L 1-16-21 

Inside of the Lines — Pyramid-World 9-1-18 

Insinuation — Rus Clark-SR 

Interloper, The— World 6-9-18 

International Marriage, An — Morosco-Prmt 8-3-16 

International Marriage — Famous 

Intolerance 9-7-16 

Into the Primitive— Selig-V.L.S.E 5-25-16 

Into the Net — Pathe 

Intrigue — Greater Vita 3-15-17 

Intrigue — Levinson-SR 

Intrigue, The— Pallas-Prmt 9-28-16 

Introduce Me — Asso Ex 3-1S-2S 

Intrusion of Isabel — American-Pathe 4-6-19 

Invisible Fear— 1st Nat 4-2-22 

Invisible Bond — F.P.-L 



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108 



Invisible Divorce — National 8-8-20 

Invisible Enemy, The— E. K. O. Film Co.. 4-20-16 

Invisible Power, The— Gwyn 10- 2-21 

Iris — Pathe 

Irish Eyes — Tri 

Irish Luck— FPL 11-29-25 

Iron Heart, The— Peerless- World 8-9-17 

1 roil li oi se. The— Fox 9 7-24 

Iron Man, The— Chndwick-SR 0-28-25 

Iron Rider — Fox 11-28-20 

Iron Ring, The— Peerless- World 8-9-17 

Iron Strain, The — N. Y. M. P.-Metro 10-12-16 

Iron Woman, The— Pop. P&P-Meiro 10-12-16 

Iron to Gold — Fox 3-12-22 

Iron Trail, The— Unt Art 11-6-21 

I ion Hand, The — Univ 

Is Any Gill Safe— Anti- Vice M P 9-21-16 

Is Divorce a Failure? — Asso Ex 

Is Love Everything?- A'^so. Ex 11-2-24 

Is Life Worth Living?— Selzk 7-24-21 

Is Money Everytliinp? — Lee- [?radford-SR 

Is IMatrimony a Failure? — FPL 4-23-22 

Isle of Life, The— Red F 10-26-16 

Isle of N'anishini; Men, The — Alder 3-16-24 

Isle of Love, The — Gaumont-Mutl 5-18-16 

Isle of Hope, The— FBO 8-23-25 

Isle of Lost Ships, The — 1st Nat 3-18-23 

Isle of Conquest — Selzk 11-9-19 

Isle of Doubt — Asso Exhib 

Isle of Zorda, The— Pathe 3-12-22 

Isle of Destiny — Rialto-SR 

Isle of Doubt, The — Asso. Ex-P 9-17-22 

Island of Desire, The— Fox 1-4-17 

Island of Surprise, The — Vita-V.L.S..E 2-3-16 

Island Wives— Vita 3-26-22 

Island of Intripjue — Metro 

Island of Regeneration — Vita 

Island Wives — Vita 

Isn't Life Wonderful — Unit Art 12-1-2.' 

Isohel — D.Tvi?-St Ret 12-5-20 

It Can Be Done— Vita 

It i-; the Law — Fon 9-7-24 

It Isn't Reinpr Done This Season — Vita 

It HajMiened in Paris — Tyrad 3-7-20 

It Hajipened in Honolulu — Univ 

It Happened To Adele— Pathe 

It Might Happen to You— S. &• E.-St Rgt 11-14-20 

It Pays to Advertise — F. P.-L 11-30-19 

It's a Rear^Tri 3-2-19 

It's a Great Life — Gwyn 9-5-20 

It's Easy to Make Money — Metro 7-20-19 

Italy's Flamincr Front — 1st Natl 

Itnlian Brittle Front — Fort Pitt ' 

Itchiiip Pnlms — F B. O 7 22-23 

Ivnrv Sn.iff. The— World 9-16-1': 

I Want My Man — Lst Nat 4-19-25 

J 

J'Accuse — Unt Art S-15-21 

.Tack and Jill — Morosco-Prmt 1 1 -22- 1 7 

Jack and the Beanstalk — Fox-Standard 10-11-17 

Jack O'Cluhs — Univ 2-10-24 

Jack Knife Man — 1st Natl 8-8-20 

Jack Rider, The — Aywon-SR 8-14-21 

Jack Spurlock-Prodigal — -Fox 

Jack Strawr — F. P.-L 4-3-20 

Jackie — Fox 11-27-21 

Jacques of the Silver North — Select 6-8-19 

Jacqueline or Blazing Barriers — Arrow-SR. 5-13-23 

JaflFery — Frohman -International 9-14-16 

Jaguar's Claws, The — Lasky-Prmt 6-7-17 

Jailbird, The— F. P.-L 10-3-20 

Jan of the Big Snows — Amer Rel 7-9-22 

Jane Eyre — Hdksn 10-16-21 

Jane — Morosco-Prmt 12-9-15 

Jane Goes a- Wooing — Prmt 1-12-19 

Janice Meredith — Met. -Go 8-10-24 

Japanese Nightingale, A — Astra-Pathe ..9-1-18 

Java Head — F. P.-L. 2-11-23 

Jazz Monkey — Univ 

Jazzmania — Metro 2-18-23 

Jealous Husbands — 1st Nat 2-3-24 

Jealousy— Fox 11-23-16 

Jeanne Dore — Bluebird 1-20-16 

Jean of the Wood.s — World 7-28-18 

Jenny Be Good — Reairt 5-16-20 

Jennie — Selzk 

Jes' Call Me Jim — Gwyn 5-30-20 



Jewel in Pawn, A— Bluebird 4-19-17 

Jewel — Univ 

Jilt, The— Univ 11-26-22 

Jilted Janet — American-Mutl 2-28-18 

Jim the Penman-lst Natl 3-27-21 

Jim Bludso— Fine Arts-Tri 2-1-17 

Jim Grimsby's Boy — Ince-Tri 10-19-16 

Jimmic's Millions— FBO 3-125 

Jinx— Gwyn 9-28-19 

Joan of Plattsburg — Gwyn 5-12-18 

Joan the Woman— F. P.-L 1-4-17 

Johanna Enlists — Artcraft 9-8-18 

John Barleycorn — Famous 

John Ermine of Yellowstone — Univ 

John Forest Finds Himself— Hepwoith 12-11-21 

John Needham's Double — Bluebird 4-13-16 

John Smith — Selzk 

John Forrest Finds Himself — Hepworth-SR 

John Glayde's Honour — Pathe 

John Petticoats— F. P.-L 11-23-19 

Johnny Get Your Gun — Artcraft 3-23-19 

Johnny-on-the-Spot — Metro 2-23-19 

Johnny Ring and the Captain's Sword — 

Temple-SR 8-28-21 

Johnny — Selz 

Jolt, The— Fox 

Jordan in a Hard Road — Fine Arts-Tri. . 11-25-15 

Joselyn's Wife — Ex. Mnt 

Journey's End, The— Hdksn 6-19-21 

Journey's End World 6-19-18 

Joy And The Dragon- —Pathe 

Joy — Producer Sec 

Joyous Liar, The— Pathe 12-14-19 

Toyous Troublemaker, The — Fox 6-20-20 

jubilo-Gwyn 12 14-19 

Jucklins— F. P.-L 12 26 20 

Judge Not— Univ 9-16-15 

Judgment— World-SR 10 2 21 

Judgment House, Tlje — Blackton-Prmt. . . . 1 1 -29- 1 7 

Judgment of the Storm— FBO 12 30 23 

Judith of the Cumberlands — Signal-MutI ..8-10-16 

Judy Forgot — Univ 

Judy of Rogue's Harbor— Reairt 2-8-20 

uggernaut. The — Vita 

June Madness — Metro 10 1-22 

Jungle Gentleman, The — Univ 

Jules of the Strone Heart — Lasky-Prnit. . . . 1-24- IS 

Julius Caesar — Geo. Kleine-SR 2-12-22 

Jungle Adventures — SeUnick 9-18-21 

Jungle Child, The — Ince-Tri 9-14-lh 

Jungle Trail, The— Fox 4-13-19 

Jury of Fate, The — Rolfe-Metro 8-16-17 

Just a Wife — Selzk 

Inst A Woman — 1st Nat 5 31-25 

Just Around the Corner— FPL 1-8-22 

.lust Like a Woman— Hdksn 3-18 23 

Just Tim — Univ 

Just Tony— rox 8-20-22 

Inst A Song At Twiliuht — Pro. Sec 

Inst For Tonight — Coldwyn 

Just a Woman — Steger-St Rgt 5-2-18 

Tiist Off Broadway — Fox 2-3-24 

just Out of College — Gwyn 2-13-21 

Just Outside the Door — Selzk 

lust Pals— Fox 11-21-20 

Just Sylvia— World 11-24-18 

lust Squaw — Ex. Mut 

justice Raffles— Hepworth-SR 

K 

K-The Unknown— Univ. -J.... 8-31-24 

Kaiser, The — The Beast of Berlin — Amer- 
ican -MutI 3-14-18 

Kaiser's Finish, The— Warner-St Rgt 12-15-18 

Kaiser's Shadow, The— Prmt 6-23-18 

Kalda Ruby— Selz 

Kathleen Mavourneen — Fox 

Kazan — Export & Import-St Rgt 2-20-21 

Keeping Up With Lizzie — Hdksn 5-15-21 

Keep Moving — Kleine-Edison 11-25-15 

Keep to the Right — See "Who's Your 

Brother" 

Keep Smiling — Asso Ex 7-19-25 

Keeper of the Bees, The— FBO 11-8-25 

Keith of the Border— Tri 3-7-18 

Kennedy Square — Vita-V.L.S.E 2-17-16 

Kentuckians, The — F. P.-L 2-13-21 

Kentucky Cinderella. A — Bluebird 6-28-17 

Kentucky Colonel — Hdksn , 9-19-20 



109 




GEORGE SIDNEY 

'^The Auctioneer" "The Prince of Pilsen*^ 

"Cohens and Kellys" "Partners Again" 
"Sweet Daddies" "Mamma Kiss Papa" 

"Potash and Perlmutter in Hollywood" 



110 



Kentucky Days — Fox 3-2 24 

Kentucky Derby, The— Univ-Jewel 10-22-22 

Kentucky Pride — Fox 8-23-25 

Key to 'Power, The— Educ 12-15-12 

Keys of the Righteous — Para 

Kick In— F. P.-L 12-24-23 

Kick In— Astra-Pathe 1-11-17 

Kick-Back. The— FBO 7-30-22 

Kid, The— Vita-V.L.S.E 8-21-16 

Kid, The— 1st Natl 1-16-20 

Kid is Clever. The— Fox 6-30-18 

Kidder & Ko.— Diando-Pathe 6-9-18 

Kincaid, Gambler — Univ 

Kindred of the Dust 9-3-22 

Kindled Courage — Univ 

King Fisher's Roost — Pinnacle SR 

King on Main Street, The— FP-L 11-1-25 

Kildare of Storm— Metro 9-29-18 

Killer, The— Pathe 1-30-21 

Kill-Joy— K. E. S. E 

King of Diamonds, The— Vita 10-13-18 

King of Wild Beasts, The— Pathe 3-30-24 

King Lear — Thanhouser-Pathe 12-14-16 

King Queen Joker— F. P.-L 6-5-21 

King Spruce— Hdksn 3-20-20 

King's Game, The — Pathe-Gold Rooster. .1-13-16 

King's Creek Law — ^Steiner-SR 

Kingdom of Love, The — Fox 1-10-18 

Kingdom of Youth, The— Gwyn ,...10-13-18 

Kingdom Within, The— Hdksn 12 24-22 

Kinkain, Gambler— Red F 11-30-16 

Kismet— R.C 10-31-20 

Kiss Barrier, The — Fox 5-17-25 

Kiss, The — Famous 

Kiss, The— Univ 7- 3-21 

Kiss in the Dark, A— FPL 4-19 25 

Kiss In Time, A— Realrt 6-19-21 

Kiss for Cinderella, A— FP-L 1-3-26 

Kiss for Susie, A — Morosco-Prmt 9-27-17 

Kiss Me Again — ^Warner 8-9-25 

Kiss of Hate, The— Rolfe-Metro 4-13-16 

Kiss or Kill— Univ 11-24-18 

Kissed — Univ 

Kisses .......•..>.........■•.........•.■. 

Kitty Kelly,' M.D.—R.-C 

Kitty Mackay — Greater Vita 2-22-17 

Kivalina of the Icelands — Pathe 7-5-25 

Knickerbocker Buckaroo, The — Artcraft. .. .6-1-19 

Knife, The— Select 2-21-18 

Knight of the Range, A — Red F-Univ 2-3-16 

Knight of the West— COD Blanchf^eld SR 10-30-21 
Knights of the Square Table — Conquest- 

Edison-K.E.S.E 7-26-17 

Knock on the Door, The— Capital-SR 9-30-23 

Knockout, The— 1st Nat 11-8-25 

Knockout Kid, The — Ravart-SR 

Know Your Man — Fox 3-20-21 

Kreutzer Sonata — Fox 

Kultur— Fox 9-22-18 

L 

La Belle Russe — Fox 9-21-19 

Labyrinth, The — Equitable 12-23-15 

Lad and the Lion, The— Selig-K.E.S.E. ..S-24-17 

Ladder of Lies, The— F.P.-L 7-11-20 

Lady Barnacle — Rolfe-Metro 6-21-17 

Lady in Love, A— F. P.-L 5-23-20 

Lady in the Library — Gen 

Lady of Red Butte, The— Prmt S-25-19 

Lady of the Dugout, The — Jennings-Ship- 

man 10-13-18 

Lady of Quality, The — Famous 

Lady of the Photograph, The — Edison- 

K.E.S.E 9-16-17 

Lady of the Night— Met-Go 3-15-25 

Lady of Quality, A— Univ.-J 12-16-23 

Lady Rose's Daughter — F. P.-L 9-5-20 

Lady Robinhood— FBO 7-16-25 

Lady, The— 1st Nat 2-1-25 

Lady Who Lied, The— 1st Nat 7-12-25 

Lady Windemerc's Fan — Trj 6-8-19 

Lady Windermere's Fan — Warner 12-6-25 

Lady's Name, A Select 12-15-18 

Ladies to Board — Fox 2-10-24 

Lafayette, We Come! — Affiliated 9-15-18 

Lahoma — Pathe 8-29-20 

Lair of the Wolf, The — Butterfly 9-6-17 

L'Apache— F.P.-L 12-14-19 



Ladder Jinx, The- Vita 10-15-22 

Ladies Must Live— FP-L 12-4-21 

Ladyfingers — Metro 10-9-2J 

Lady from Longacre — Fox 

Lady Godiva — Asso Ex 5-14-22 

La La Lucille — Univ 7-18-20 

Lamb. The— Fine Art-Tri 9-30-lS 

Lamb and the Lion — Ex. Mut 

Lamp in the Desert, The — C. B. C.-SR 

Lamplighter, The — Fox 4-10-21 

Land Just Over Yonder, The — Dudley- 

Unity-St Rgt 10-26-16 

Land of Hope, The— Realrt 

Land of Hope — FP-L 

Land of Jazz — Fox 1-16-21 

Land of Long Shadows — Ess'y-K.E.S.E. .6-28-17 

Land of Promise, The— F.P.-L.-Prmt 12-20-17 

Land of the Free — Fox 

Landloper, The — Yorke-Metro 4-18-18 

Landon's Legacy — Univ 12-30-15 

Lane That Had No Turning— FP-L 1 15-22 

Last Chance, The — CanyonPict-SR 

Lawyer Quince — Famous 

Lasca — Univ 1 1-23-19 

Lash of the Wlhip, The— Arrow-SR 

Lash, The — Lasky-Prmt 10-12-16 

Lash of Power, The— Bluebird 11-8-17 

Last Edition, The— FBO 10-16-25 

Last Hour, The— Mastodon-SR 1-7-23 

Last Laugh, The— Univ-J 1-4-25 

(Reviewed as "The Last Man") 

Last Man on Earth— Fox 12-28-24 

Last Volunteer, The — Pathe 

Last Payment, The— FP-L 1-22-22 

Last Trail, The — Fox 

Last Act, The — Kay Bee-Tri 3-16-16 

Last Doer, The— Selzk 6-26-21 

Last Man, The— Greater Vita 10-26-16 

Last Aloment, The — Gwyn 5-27-23 

Last Card, The— Metro 10-26-16 

Last of His People. The— Selzk 12-21-19 

Last of the Carnabys, The — Astra-Pathe. .8-9-17 

Last of the Duanes, The— Fox 10-5-19 

Last of the Duanes, The— Fox 8-17-24 

Last of the Ingrams. The — Ince-Tri 2-15-17 

Last of the Mohicans — Assoc. Prod 11-28-20 

Last Rebel. The— Tri 6-9-18 

Last Straw. The— Fox 2-1-20 

La Tosca— Prmt 4-18-18 

Lauijhing at Danger — FBtO 

Laughing Bill Hyde— Gwyn 9-29-18 

Laughter and Tears — Producers Sec 

Lavender Bath Lady — Univ 1 1-12-22 

Lavender and Old Lace — Hdksn 5-1-21 

La Vie De Boheme— Brady-World 6-15-15 

Law and the Lady. The— Aywon-SR 11-30-24 

Law and the Woman. The— FP-L 1-22-22 

Law Decides. The— Vita-V.L.S.E 4-27-16 

Law Demands. The — Artclass-SR 

Law of Compensation, The — Schenck-Selzk 4-26-17 

Law Fo'bids, The— Univ.-J 3-2-24 

Law of Men — -F.P.-L 

Law of Nature, The — ^Fischer- Arrow 1-19-19 

Law of the Great Northwest, The— Tri 4-25-18 

Law of the Lawless— F. P.-L. 6-24-23 

Law of The Land, The— Lasky-Prmt 8-23-17 

Law of the North, The— Edison-K.E.S.E. ..4-5-17 

Law of the North, The— Ince-Prmt 9-15-18 

Law of the Yukon— Realrt 9-19-20 

Law or Loyalty— Davis-SR 10-11-25 

Law Rustlers, The— Arrow-S.R 3-18-23 

Law That Divides — Hdksn 

Law That Failed, The— Apollo-Art 3-29-17 

Law Unto Herself, A— Paralta-Hdksn 8-18-18 

Law Unto Himself, A— Horsley-Mutl 3-2-16 

Lawful Larceny— F. P.-L 7-28-23 

Lawless Love — Excel-Fox 9-8-18 

Law's Outlaw, The— Kay Bee-Tri 1-10-18 

Lazybones — Fox 10-18-25 

Leah-Kleshna — Famous 

Leap to Fame, A— Peerless- World 5-2-18 

Lena Rivers — Arrow-SR 5-31-25 

Learnin' of Jim Benton, The— Tri 12-20-17 

Learning to Love — 1st Nat 1-25-25 

Leave it to Me — Fox 5-2-20 

Leave it to Susan — Gwyn 6-1-19 

Leave It to Gerry— Grand- Asher-SR 2-24-24 

Leave It To Susan — Goldwyn 

Leavenworth Case, The— Vita U- 18-23 



111 



PAUL SCHOFIELD 



Screen Plays 



4 4 



BEAU GESTE" 



'The NA/ilderness Woman" "Bluebeard's Seven Wives' 

'Subway Sadie" "Dancer of Paris" 

'Paradise" "Charleston Kid" 

(Working title) 



c/o EDW. SMALL CO. 

NEW YORK and HOLLYWOOD 



112 



I 



Leech, The — Pioneer 

Left Hand Brand, The— New-CalSR 

Legend of Hollywood— Pro Dist 12-7-24 

Legion of Death — Metro 

Legally Dead — Univ 8-12-23 

Lend Me Your Husband— Burr-SR 8-17-24 

Lend Me Your Name— Yorke-Metro 6-2-18 

Leopard's Bride, The— Horsley-Mutl 4-20-16 

Leopard Women — Assoc. Prod 10-17-20 

Leopardess, The— F. P.-L. 4-1-23 

Les Miserables — Fox 1-10-18 

Less Than Kin— Prmt 7-21-18 

Less Than the Dust— Pickford-Artcraft. .11-9-16 

I^esson, The — Select 

Lessons in Love — 1st Nat 6-12-21 

Lest We Forget— Metro 2-2i-18 

Let 'Er Ruck— Univ 1-11-25 

Let Not Man Put Asunder— Vita 1-27-24 

Let Katy Do It— Tri 12-16-15 

Let's Be Fashionable— F. P.-L 6-20-20 

Let's Get a Divorce — F. P.-L-.Prmt 5-2-18 

Let's Go— Truart-SR 11-11-23 

Let's Go Gallagher— FBO 10-4 25 

Let's Elope — F.P.-L 

Liar, The— Fox 9-1-18 

Liberator, The — Raver 12-1-18 

Libertine, The — Triumph - Mammouth-St 

Rgt 11-16-16 

Liberty Loan Films 9-22-18 

Lie, The— Prmt 4-18-18 

Lieut. Danny, U. S. A.— Ince-Tri 8-10-16 

Life— F. P.-L 11-14-20 

Life Line, The— F. P.-L 10-12-19 

Life Mask. The— 1st Natl 4-18-18 

Life of Dante— Express-SR 5-18-24 

Life Of Our Savior — Pathe 

Life of the Party— F. P.-L 12-5-20 

Life of Honor— Graphic-St Rgt 4-11-18 

Life's Blind Alley — American-Mutl 2-17-16 

Life's Greatest Question— CBC-SR 9-10-22 

Life's a Funny Proposition — -Ex. Mut 

Life's Darn Funny — Metro 7-31-21 

Life's Greatest Game— EDO 10 5-24 

Life's Greatest Problem — Film CI. House 

Life's Shadows — Columbia-Metro 10-19-lf 

Life's Twist— R.-C 7-25-21' 

Life's Passions — Producers Sec 

Life's Whirlpool— World 1-20-16 

Life's Whirlpool— Rolf e- Metro 10-18-17 

Lifted Veil, The — Rolfe-Metro 9-13-lT 

Lifting Shadows — Pathe 3-28-20 

Light, The — American-Mutl 9-14-16 

Light That Failed— FPL 12 2-23 

Light, The— Fox 1-12-1? 

Light at Dust, The— Lubin-V.L.S.E 8-3- U 

Light of Happiness, The — Columbia-Metro 9-14-l(k 

Light of Victory. The— Bluebird 3-2-lb 

Light of Western Stars, The — Sherman- 
United 9-15-18 

Light that Failed, The — Thanhouser-Pathe 11-2-16 

Light in the Clearing, The— Hdksn 11-27-21 

Light in the Dark, The— 1st Nat 9-3-22 

Light Within, The— 1st Natl 2-21-18 

Light Woman — Pathe 9-26-20 

Lights of New York, The— Vita-V.L.S.E. .6-1-16 

Lights of New York — Fox 

Lights of Old Broadway — Met-Go 11-8-25 

JLights of the Desert — Fox 6-18-22 

Light of Western Stars— FPL 7-26-25 

Lights Out— FBO 10-21-23 

Lightnin' — Fox 7-26-25 

Lightning Romance — Rayart-SR 

Lightning Rider, The — Pro Dist 

Lighthouse by the Sea, The — Warner 1-4-2S 

Like Most Wives — Famous 

Like Wildfire— Univ 

Lily and the Rose, The — Fine Arts-Tri. . 11-18-15 

Lilv of the Alley— Hepworth-SH 5-18-24 

Lilies of the Field— 1st Nat 3-16-24 

Lillies of the Streets— FRO 4-19-25 

Lily of the Dust— F. PL 9-7-24 

Limited Mail. The — Warner 9-13-25 

limousine Life — Tri 2-7-18 

Line of Duty, The — Famous 

Lincoln Cycle, The — Charter-St Rgt 6-7-17 

Lincoln Highwayman, The — Fox 1-4-20 

Lion and the Mouse, The — Vita 2-16-19 

Lion's Den — Metro 



Lion's Mouse, The — Hdksn 3-25-23 

Liquid Gold — Pioneer _ 

Listen, Lester — Principal 5-4-24 

Little American, The — Pickford-Artcraft. .7-12-17 

Little Annie Rooney — Unit Art 10-25-25 

Little Boss— Vita 

Little Boy Scout, The— F. P.-L.-Prmt 7-12-17 

Little Brother, The— Ince-Tri 2-22-17 

Little Brother of the Rich, A— Univ 9-16-15 

Little Brother of the Rich, A— Univ 6-29-19 

Little Cafe, The— Pathe 6-6-20 

Little Clown— Realrt 4-10-21 

Little Comrade — F.P.-L 

Little Church Around The Corner — Warner .4-1-23 

Little Diplomate, The — Diando-Pathe 5-25-19 

Little Duchess — Peerless- World 8-30-17 

Little Eve Egerton— Bluebird 8-10-16 

Little Fool, The— Metro 3-13-21 

Little 'Fraid Lady, The— R.-C 1-23-21 

Little French Girl, The— FPL 6-7-25 

Little Girl in a Big City, A— Gotham SR. 10 25-25 

Little Giant, The— Univ-T 7-12-25 

Little Girl Next Door, The— Marketed- St 

Rgt 7-20-16 

Little Girl Next Door, The— Blair Coan . . 

Little Grey Mouse-Fox 10-31-20 

Little Gypsy— Fox 10-21-15 

Little Home Nurse — Showman-Educ 

Little Intruder, The— World 3-30-19 

Little Italy- Realart 7-24 21 

Little Lady Eileen— F.-P.-Prmt 8-17-16 

Little Liar, The— Fine Arts-Tri 8-31-16 

Little Lord Fauntleroy — Untd Art 9-18-21 

Little Lost Sister— Selig-K.E.S.E 3-22-17 

Little Modemoi-gelle— World 9-30-15 

Little Mary Sunshine — Balboa-I'athe ......4-20-16 

Little Meera's Romance — Fine Arts-Tri ..3-23-16 

Little Miss Fortune — Erbograph-Art 5-10-17 

Little Miss Grown Up — Gen 

Little Miss Happiness — Fox 9-31-16 

Little Miss Hoover— Prmt 12-29-18 

Little Miss No Account — Vita 4-25-18 

Little Women — Famous 

Little Miss Nobody — Bluebird 4-26-17 

Little Miss Rebellion— F. P.-L 9-26-20 

Little Miss Optimist — Morosco-Prnit 9-6-17 

Little Orphan, The— St Rgt 3-2-16 

Little Gray Lady, The — Famous 

Little Rowdy — 'I'ri 

Little Terror, The— Bluebird S-2-17 

Little Wanderer, The— Fox 8-15-20 

Little White Savage, The— Bluebird 3-2-19 

Little Runaway, The — Vita 5-12-18 

Little School Ma'm, The— Fine Arts-Tri. . 7-6- 16 
Little Shepherd of Kingdom Cnnie, The — Coldwyn. 
Little Shepherd of Bargain Row, The — Es- 

sanay-V.L.S.E 5-4-16 

Little Eva Ascends— Metro 1 1-20 21 

Little Minister, The— FPL M-22 

Little Minister, The— Vita 12-25-21 

Little Miss Hawkshaw — Fox 10-9-21 

Little Miss Smiles— Fox 1-22-22 

Little Orphan Annie — Pioneer 

Little Old New York— Gwyn 8-5-23 

Little Orphan, The— Astra-Pathe 6-21-17 

Little Patriot, The— Diando-Pathe 11-22-17 

Little Pirate, The— Butterfly 9-13-17 

Little Princess, The— Pickford-Artcraft ..11-22-17 

Little Red Decides— Tri 2-28-18 

Little Red Riding Hood — Selz 

Little Red School House — Arrow-SR 6-3-23 

Little Robinson Crusoe— Met-Go 8-10-24 

Little Runaway, The — Vita 

Little Shoes— Essanay-K.E.S.E 1-25-17 

Little Sister of Everybody, A — Anderson- 

Brunton-Pathe 6-23-18 

Little Wildcat— Vita 9 10-22 

Little Johnny Jones — Warner 8-19-23 

Littlest Scout — Film CI. House 

Live and Let Live— R.-C 5-29-21 

Live Sparks— Hdksn 1-25-20 

Live Wires — Fox 7- 3-21 

Live-Wire Hiik — Pathe 

Live Wire, The— 1st Nat 10-25-25 

Living Lies — C'k-Cornl's-SR 

Loaded Door, The — Univ 8-20-22 

Loaded Dice — Astra-Pathe 2-14-18 

Locked Doors— FPL 1-18 2? 

Locked Heart, The — Horkheimer-Genl 8-11-18 



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Waxman Photo 



Richard Thorpe 



DIRECTOR 



"JOSSELYN'S WIFE" 
"COLLEGE DAYS" 
"THE FIRST NIGHT" 



PAULINE FREDERICK 

MARCELINE DAY 

— BERT LYTELL 



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Locked Lips— Univ 4-18-20 

Logan, U.S. A., Mr.— Fox 

Lombardi, Ltd.— Metro 9-28-19 

Lone Chance, The — Fox 7-6-24 

Lone Fighter, The — Aywon-SR 

Lone Hand, The— Univ 1015-22 

Lone Hand, The— Alexander-St. Rgt 4-11-20 

Lone Hand Wilson — Kussel Griever-SR 

Lone Wolf, The— Brenon-Selzk 7-12-17 

Lone Ranger, The— Fox 6-29-19 

Lone Star Ranger, The— Fox 916-23 

Lone Horseman — Arrow-SR 

Lone Wagon, The— Sandford-SR 3-9-24 

Lone Wolf,The— Asso Ex 5-11-24 

Lone Wolf's Daughter, The— Hdksn 12-14-19 

Lonely Heart, The— Aftiliated-SR 

Lonely Road, The— 1st Nat 6 17-23 

Lonely Trail, The— Prime SR 1-15-22 

Lonely Woman, The — Tri 5-2-18 

Lonesome Corners — Asso Ex-P 

Lonesome Chap, The— Pallas-Prmt 4-19-17 

Long Arm of Mannister — Pioneer 

Long Live the King — ■Metro 114-23 

Long Lane's Turning, The — Natl-R.-C- 

Ex. Mutl 2-16-19 

Long Chance, The— Univ 10-1-22 

Long Trail, The— F.-P.-Prmt 9-13-17 

Look Your Best — iGwyn 

Loot— Univ 10-5-19 

Lord and Lady Algy — Gwyn 9-1-19 

Lord Jim— FPL 11 22-25 

Lord Loves the Irish — Hdksn 

Lords of High Decision, The — Univ-Fed 

F 3-2-16 

Lorelei of the Sea, The — Hansen-Marine- 

St. Rgt 9-6-17 

I^orraine of the Lions — Univ-T 8-16-25 

Lorna Doone— 1st Nat 12-10-23 

Loser's End, The— Steiner-SR 1 25-25 

Lost— A Wife— FPL 6-28-25 

Lost and Found — -Gwyn 3-25-23 

Lost and Won— Lasky-Prmt 1-25-17 

Lost Chord, The— Arrow-SR 1-18-25 

Lost Battalion, The — McManus 7-6-19 

Lost Bridegroom, The— F.-P.-Prmt 3-30-16 

Lost Paradise, The — Famous 

Lost in Transit — Morosco-Prmt 9-13-17 

Lost Lady, The— Warner 1-25-25 

Lost Money — Fox 12-7-19 

Lost in a Big City— Arrow-SR 8-26-23 

Lost Princess, The — Fox 11-2-19 

Lost Romance— F. P.-L 5-15-21 

Lost Sentence, The— Edison-K.E.S.E 1-4-17 

Lost World, The— 1st Nat 2-15 25 

Lottery Man, The— F. P.-L 10-19-19 

Lottery Man, The— St. Rgt 2-17-16 

Lotus Blossom — Nat'l Exchgs 10- 2-21 

Lotus Eater, The— 1st Nat 12 4-21 

Louisiana — Prmt 7-27-19 

Love— Assoc- Prod 12-5-20 

Love Aflame— Red F 1-25-17 

Love and Hat^Fox 11-23-16 

Love and the T-aw — -Film CI. House 

Love and the Woman — World 6-22-19 

Love Auction, The — Fox 2-9-19 

Love Brokers, The — Tri 4-18-18 

Love Burglar, The — Prmt 8-3-19 

Love Bandit, The— Vita 

Lovebound — Fox 5-20-23 

Love Brand. The — Univ 8-5 23 

Love Call, The— Natl-R.-C.-Exb. Mutl. .. .4-27-19 

Love Cheat, The— Capellani-Pathe 8-10-19 

Love Defender, The— World 3-23-19 

Love Doctor — Vita 

Love Expert, The— 1st Natl 5-2-20 

Love Flower, The — Un Art 8-29-20 

Love and Glory — Univ-J 810-24 

Love Gamble, The — Ginsberg-SR 7-26 25 

Love Girl, The— Bluebird 6-29-16 

Love, Honor and Behave — 1st Natl 5-20-21 

Love Hour, The— Vita 10-4-25 

Love Time— Fox 7-10-21 

Love. Honor and Obey — Metro 9-5-20 

Love Charm, The— FP-L-R 12-18-21 

Love Gambler, The— Fox 11-5-22 

Love, Hate and a Woman — Arrow 

Love in the Dark 11-19-22 

Love Is an Awful Thing — Selzk 9-10-22 



Love is Love — Fox 8-10-19 

Love Letter, The — Univ 2-4-23 

Love Letters — Ince-Prmt 12-27-17 

Love Letters — Fox .• 

Love Liar, The— Horsley-Mutl 3-30-16 

Love Light, The— Un Art 1-16-21 

Love Madness — Hdksn 8-8-20 

Love Master, The— 1st Nat 1-20-24 

Love Mask, The— Lasky-Prmt 4-20-16 

Love Me — Ince-Prmt 3-28-18 

Love Nest — Producers Sec 

Love Net — World. . 

Love Never Dies — Univ 

Love Never Dies— 1st Nat 11-20-21 

Love or Fame — Select 

Love or Justice — Ka Bee-Tri 6-14-17 

Love or Money — Hlmark 

Love Piker, The — Gwyn 7-1-23 

Love Pirate, The— FBO 11-11-2J 

Love Slave, The— Herz-SR 

Love Slave, The— Russell ClarkSR 

Love Special, The— F. P.-L..... 3-27-21 

Love Sublime, A — Fine Arts-Tri 3-22-17 

Love Swindle, The — Univ 

Love that Dares, The— Fox 4-20-19 

Love That Lives, The — Famous 

Love Trap— Grand-Asher-SR 9-30-23 

Love Trail, The— Pathe-Gold Rooster 1-27-lt 

Love Wins — H&H 

Love of Woman — Selzk 7-6-24 

Love Without Question — Jans 4-3-20 

Love Watches— Vita 7-21-18 

Love, Honor and ? — Hlmark 

Love Hunger — Hdksn 

Love in a Hurry— World 1-19-19 

Love Insurance— F. P.-L 9-28-19 

Lovely Mary — Rolfe-Metro 3-23-16 

Lover of Camille, The — Warner 11-16-24 

Lovers of Letty, The — Gwyn 2-15-20 

Love's Baryain— FF.O 3-15-25 

Love's Battle— Clark-Cor-SR 912-20 

Love's Boomerang — FPL 2-5-22 

Love's Conquest — F. P. -Prmt 6-2-18 

Love's Crucible — Brady-World 2-17-16 

Love's Flame — Fidelity St. Rgt 6-13-20 

Love's Harvest — Fox 

Lover's Lane — Warner 11-23-24 

Love's Lariat — Bluebird 7-27-16 

Love's Law — Fox 4-5-17 

Love's Law— Mutl 9-8-18 

Love's Loyalty — Ore-Bernstein-St. Rgt. ... 1 1 -1-17 

Love's Masquerade — Selzk 4-16-22 

Loves of Pharaoh— FP L 2-26-22 

Love's Old Sweet Song — Hopp Hadky-SR. 

Love's Pay Day — Tri 

Love's Redemption — 1st Nat 115-22 

Love's Penalty— 1st Natl 6-12-21 

Love's Pilgrimage to America — Univ 1-6-16 

Love's Plaything — -Rad'-'-SR 

Love's Prisoner — Tri 5-25-19 

Loves Protegee — Arrow 

Love's Wilderness— 1st Nat 1214-24 

Love's Whirlpool— Pro Dist 316 24 

Lovers in Quarantine — FP-L 10-18-25 

Lover's Oath, A — AstorSR 

Lovetime — Fox 7-10-21 

Loving Lies — Allied P & D 

Lowland Cinderella — 2nd Nat 

Loyal Wives— Vita 8-12-23 

Luck and Puck— Fox 2-2-19 

Luck— C. C. Burr-SR 4-8-23 

Luck in Pawn— F. P.-L 12-21-19 

Luck of Geraldine Laird — R.-C 2-1-20 

Luck of the Irish, The— Realrt 1-25-20 

Luf;ky Carson — Vita 

Lucky Dan — GoldstoneSR 

Lucky, Devil, The— FPL 712 25 

Lucky Horseshoe, The — Fox - 8-23 25 

Lucretia Lombard — Warner-SR 12-23-23 

Lullaby, The— FBO 1-6 24 

Luncheon For Three — Famous 

Lure of Alaska, The— Educ 7-27-16 

Lure of the Jade, The— FBO 11-6-21 

Lure of Ambition — Fox 11-16-19 

Lure of Crooning Water — Stoll 1-16-21 

Lure of Gold, The— Steiner-SR 

Lure of Egypt — Pathe 



115 




GEO. B. SEITZ 

THE VANISHING AMERICAN 
THE LAST FRONTIER 
THE ICE FLOOD 

PALS IN PARADISE 

JIM THE CONQUEROR 

(Look them up in the Exhibitors ' reports) 



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Lure of Heart's Desire, The— Pop. P. & P. 

Metro 1-20-16 

Lure of Luxury, The— Bluebird-Univ 10-13-18 

Lure of the Orient, The — Aywon-St.Rgt 

Lure of the Yukon, The— Lee-Bradford-SR. 7-20-24 

Lure of Youth— Metro 1-16-21 

Luring Lips — Univ 7-24-21 

Lust of the Ages, The— Ogden-St. Rgt 8-23-17 

Luxury — Arrow-SR 

Lying Truth — Anier Rel 4-30-22 

Lydia Gilmore— F. P.-Prmt 12-30-15 

Lying Lips — Assoc-Prod 2-13-21 

Lying Lips — American- Mutl 5-4-16 

Lying Wives— Emerald-Ivan-SR 6-28-25 

Lyon's Mail — Tri 

M 

Macbeth — Reliance 6-8-16 

Maciste — Itala Film 9-9-15 

Mad Dancer, The— Jans-SR 4-26-25 

Mad Love — Kremer-SR 

Mad Love— Gwyn 3-11-23 

Mad Marriage — Univ 2-6-21 

Mad Marriage, The — Rosemary-F-SR 

Mad Woman, The — Univ 

Mad Lover, The — Rapf-Pathe 8-2-17 

Mad Whirl, The— Univ 11-30-24 

Madam Peacock — Metro 10-10-20 

Madam Spy — Buttertly-Univ 1-10-18 

Madam Who?— ParaJta 1-3-18 

Madame Behave— Pro Dist 12 27 25 

Madame Bo Peep— May Bee-Tri 5-24-17 

Madame Butterfly— F. P.-Prmt 11-11-15 

Madame Du Barry — Fox 1-31-18 

Madame Jealousy — F. P.-Prmt 2-7-18 

Madame Peacock — Metro 10-10-20 

Madame Presidents — Morosco-Prmt 2-17-16 

Madame Sans Gene— FP-L 4-26 25 

Madame Sherry— Hoffman-St. Rgt 9-13-17 

Madame Sphinx— Tri 6-9-18 

Madame X— Gwyn 10-3-20 

Madamoiselle Midnight — Met-Go 5-11-24 

Madcap, The — Univ 

Madcap Madge — Kay Bee-Tri 7-5-17 

Made in America — Hdksn-Pathe 2-9-19 

Made in Heaven — Goldwyn 5-1-21 

Madness of Youth, The — Fox 4-15 23 

Madness of Helen, The — Paragon-Brady- 
World 11-9-16 

Madness of Love, The — FBO-G 

Madonna of the Streets — 1st Nat 11-9-24 

Madonna of the Slums — Univ 

Madonnas and Men — Jans 6-20-20 

Maelstrom, The — Vita 6-28-17 

Magic Eye, The — Univ 

Magic Cup, The— Realrt 5-2-21 

Magic Eye, The— Bluebird 4-25-18 

Magic Toy Maker, The — K. & R. Folm 

Co 12-2-15 

Magda— C.K.Y.-Select 10-18-17 

Magdalen of the Hills, A — Rolfe-Metro. .4-19-17 

Maggie Pepper — Prmt 2-16-19 

Magnificent Brute — Univ 3-20-21 

Magnificent Meddler, The — Vita 6-7-17 

Maid o' the Storm — Brunton-Pathe 7-21-18 

Maid of Belgium, The — Peerless-World. . 10-25-17 

Maid of the West— Fox 7-17-21 

Mainspring, The — Red F 11-30-16 

Main Street— Warner 6 17-23 

Mailman, The — FRO 12 2-23 

Majesty of the Law, The — Bosworth-Prmt. .9-9-15 

Make Believe Wife— F.P.-L 

Maker of Men, A— Plymouth F 11-13-21 

Making A Man— FPL 12 24-22 

Making of O'Malley— 1st Nat 6 28-25 

Making Good — Sanford-SR 

Making the Grade — Butler Prod-SR 1-8-22 

Making of Madalena, The — Morosco-Prmt 6-8-16 

Male and Female — F. P.-L 11-30-19 

Mamma's Affair — 1st Natl 2-6-21 

Man Above the Law. The — Tri 1-3-18 

Man Alone. The— Anchor-SR 2-25-23 

Man and Beast — Butterfly-Univ 7-19-17 

Man and His Angel — Triumph-Equitable. .3-16-16 

Man and His Money, A — Gwyn 4-27-19 

Man and His Soul, A — Quality-Metro 2-24-16 

Man and His Woman — Pathe 7-18-20 

Man and Maid — Met-Go 4-12-25 

Man and Wife— Arrow-SR 7-29-23 



Man and the Moment, The — Asso Ex-P 

Man and Wife — Arrow 

Man Between, The — Asso. Ex 

Man From Beyond, The— Houdini Pic SR ..4-16-22 

Man from Bitter Roots, The — Fox 7-6-16 

Man From Downing St., The— Vita 4-16-22 

Man from Funeral Range — F.P.-L 

Man from Glengary, The — Hdksn 3-18-23 

Man From Hell's River— W Pic Ex-SR 4-23-22 

Man From Home— FP-L 5-7-22 

Man From Lost River, The — Gwyn 1-22-22 

Man From Mexico, The — Famous 

Man From Montana, The — Butterfly 11-29-17 

Man from Nowhere, The — Arrow-St. Rgt 

Man From Nowhere, The — Red F. -Univ. . .6-8-16 
Man from Painted Post, The — Fairbanks- 

Artcraft 10-4-17 

Man from Red Gulch, The— Pro Dist 12 20-25 

Man from Texas, The — Pro Dist 

Man Hater, The— Eastern Tri 10 25-17 

Man Hunt, The— World 6-23-18 

Man Hunter, The— Fox 2-23-19 

Man Inside, The— Univ 1-20 i6 

Man in Blue. The- Univ 2 22 25 

Man in the Moonlight — Univ 

Man in the Open, A — United 3-9-19 

Man of Action, A — 1st Nat 6 10 2J 

Man Must Live, A— FP-L 2-8 25 

Man Next Door, The— Vita 6 3-23 

Man of Bronze, The— World 12-15-18 

Man of His Word — Gen 

Man of Honor — Metro 

Man Of Might, The— Vita 

Man of Mystery, The — Vita 1-2S-I7 

Man of Nerve, A— FBO 

Man of Shame, The— Univ 10-4-15 

Man of Sorrow, A — Fox 4-27-16 

Man of Stone, The— Selzk 11-27-21 

Man on the Box. The— Warner 10 11-25 

Man On The Box, The — Famous 

Man of the Forest— Hdksn 5-22-21 

Man She Brought Back, The— Asso. Ex-P ..10-8 22 

Man to Man— Univ 2-5-22 

Man Unconquerable, The — FP-L 7-23-22 

Man Under Cover, The — Univ 4-9-22 

Man Wanted — Clk Cornelius 

Man Who Couldn't Beat Conscience, The — Vita.... 
Man Who Married His Own Wife— Univ ..4-30-22 

Man Who Came Back, The— Fox 9-2124 

Mati Who Fights Alone, The FP-L 8-3124 

Man Who Found Himself, The— FP-L 9 6 25 

Man Who Paid— Prod Sec-SR 2-19-22 

Man Who Played God— Unt. Art 10 8-22 

Man Who Played Square, The — Fox 14-25 

Man Who Saw Tomorrow — FP-L 11-5-22 

Man with Two Mothers — Gwyn 6-4-22 

Man Who Waited, The— Asso Exhib 

Man Who Won— F ox 10 14 2,? 

Man and Woman— Jans-SR 9-11-21 

Man Without a Heart, The — Banner-SR 

Man Without a Conscience, A — Warner ....6 7 25 
Man and the Woman, A— U. S. Amus-Art .3-29-17 

Man from Wyoming, The — Univ 1-20 24 

Man Behind the Curtain, The— Vita- 

V.L.S.E 6-22-16 

Man Beneath, The— Haworth-R.-C.-Exh- 

Mutl 7-13-19 

Man Tamer, The— Univ 6-5-21 

Man There Was— Radiosol 2-29-20 

Man Trackers— Univ 7-17-21 

Mantle of Charity — American-Pathe 9-29-18 

Man Trail, The— Essanay-V.L.S.E 9-23-15 

Man Trap, The— Bluebird 11-1-17 

Man Under Cover, The — Univ 

Man Who Could Not Beat God, The— Vita 

V.L.S.E 11-4-15 

Man Who Dared— Fox 8-8-20 

Man Who Forgot, The— Brady-World 1-18-17 

Man Who Had Everything — Gwyn 

Man Who Lost Himself, The— Selzk 6-6-20 

Man Who M.^de Good-Fine .'\rts-Tri 5-3-17 

Man Who Married His Own Wife, The— 

Univ 4-30-22 

Man Who Stayed at Home, The — Metro ..6-15-19 
Man Who Stood Still, The— Brady-World. 10-19-16 

Man Who, The— Metro 7-17-21 

Man Who Took a Chance, The— Bluebird. .2-8-17 
Man Who Turned White, The — Superior- 

R.-R.-EX Mutl 6-8-19 



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CLARA BERANGER 

Screen Plays 



Eight Years With 

Famous Players-Lasky 

Now Free'Lancing 



Sixty-Five W. Fifty-Fifth St. 

NEW YORK CITY 

Circle 0420 



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Man Who Was Afraid, The — Essanay- 

K.E.S.E 7-19-17 

Man Who Woke Up, The— Tri 6-9-18 

Man Who Won, The— Vita 6-29-19 

Man Who Would Not Die, The — American- 

Mutl 9-7-16 

Man Who Wouldn't Tell, The— Vita 12-8-18 

Man Without A '^"untry — ^'^T-.i-, 

Man From Brodney's The — Vita 12-2 23 

Man-Woman-Marriage — 1st Natl 1-16-20 

Man Life Passed By, The — Metro 12-23-23 

Man's Mate, A — Fox -4-13-24 

Man's Country — Winsome-R.-C.-Exh. Mutl.7-6-19 

Man's Desire— R.-C.-Ex Mutl 7-13-19 

Man's Fight, A— United 8-17-19 

Man's Home, A— Selzk 10-2-21 

Man's Making, A — Lubin 12-23-15 

Man's Man, A — Paralto-Tri 9-20-17 

Man's Plaything — Selzk 

Man's Size — Fox 12-17-22 

Man's Woman, A — Peerless-Brady-World. .3-29-17 

Man's World, A — Metro 7-7-18 

Man's Law and God's — Amer Rel 

Manhandled— FP-L 8-3-24 

Manslaughter — FP-L 9-24-22 

Mandarin's Gold — World 2-16-19 

Manhattan Knight, A — Fox 3-21-20 

Manhattan— FP-L 11-2-24 

Manhattan Madness — Fine Arts-Tri 9-21-16 

Manhattan Madness — Asso Ex 5-28-25 

Manicure Girl. Tlie— FP-L 7-5-25 

Mansion of Aching Hearts, The — Schiilberg. 3-8-25 
Manx Man, The — Tucker-Cosmofotofilm, .4-12-17 

Maria Rosa — Lasky-Prmt 5-4-16 

Marie, Ltd. — Select 3-30-19 

March Hare, The— Realart 7-24-21 

Marble Heart, The — Fox 3-16-16 

Marcellini Millions, The — Morosco-Prmt. .5-10-17 

Marienettes, The— C.K.Y.-Select 2-14-18 

Mark of Cain, The — Red F 8-24-16 

Mark of Cain, The — Astra-Pathe 11-1-17 

Mark of Vain Desire. The — Ince-Tri S-18-16 

Mark of the Beast — Hdksn 6-17-23 

Mark of Zorro — Un Art 12-5-20 

Marked Men — Univ 12-21-19 

Marked Man, A — Univ 

Market of Souls, The — F. P.-L 9-21-19 

Marooned Hearts — Selzk 10-17-20 

Marriage — Keeney-Sherry 11-24-18 

Marriage Bubble — Tri 

Marriage for Convenience — Keeney-Sherry 2-23-19 

Marriage Cheat, The — 1st Nat 6-8-24 

Marriage Circle, The — Warner 2-10-24 

Marriage Chance, The — Selzk 1-21-23 

Marriage Gamble, The — Merit-SR 

Marriage Lie, The — Bluebird 4-25-18 

Marriage in Transit — Fox 5-3 25 

Marriage of Kitty, The — Lasky-Prmt 9-9-lS 

Marriage of Molly O, The — Fine Arts-Tri 7-27-16 

Marriage of Wm. Ashe — Metro 1-23-21 

Marriage Maker, The — FP-L 9-30 23 

Marriage Market, The— CBC-SR 12-23-23 

Marriage Market — World 

Marriage Morals — Weber-North-SR 8-19-23 

Marriage Pit, The — Univ 10-3-20 

Marriage Price, The — Artcraft 3-30-19 

Marriage Chance, The — Amer Rel 

Marriage Ring, The — Ince-Prmt 9-8-18 

Marriage Speculation, The — Vita 12-13-17 

Marriage Whirl, The — 1st Nat 7-26-2=: 

Marriages Are Made — Excel-Fox 10-13-18 

Marriages Are Made — Fox 

Marry the Poor Girl — Asso Ex 

Marry in Haste — Goldstone-SR 2-10-24 

Married? — Jans-SR 

Married in Haste — Fox 4-6-19 

Married In Name Only — Ivan 

Married Life — Sennett 6-27-20 

Married Flapper, The— Univ 7-30-22 

Married Flirts — Met-Go 10-19-24 

Married People — Hdksn 7-23-22 

Married Virgin — Fidelity-S.R 

Marry Me— FP-L 8-2-25 

Marse Covington — Metro 

Marshal! of Money Mind, "The — Arrow '. 

Marta Of The Lowlands — Famous 

Martin Eden — Famous 

Martyr Sex — Goldstone-SR 5-4-24 



Martyrdom of Philip Strong, The — Edison- 

Prmt 11-30-16 

Martyrs of the Alamo, The — Griffith-Fine 

Arts-Tri 11-4-15 

Maruja — Ex Mut 

Mary Ellen Comes to Town— F.P.-L 3-28-20 

Mary Jane's Pa— Vita ■. . .8-23-17 

Mary of the Movies— FBO 5-27-23 

Mary O'Rourke — Pathe 

Mary Lawson's Secret — Thanhouser-Pathe 3-22-17 

Mary Moreland — Powell-Mutl 8-16-17 

Mar/ Regan — Mayer-lst Natl 5-11-19 

Mary's Ankle— F.P.-L 3-7-20 

Mary's Lamb — Pathe 

Mask, The Exp & Imp-St Rgt 3-13-21 

Mask of Lopez, The— FBO 11-25-23 

Mask, The— Tri 9-1-18 

Masks and Faces — World 

]\T.-.sked Bride. The~Met-Go 12-6-25 

Masked Dancer, The— Principal 5-25 24 

Masked Heart, The — American-Mutl 7-19-17 

Masked Rider, The— Quality-Metro 6-22-16 

Masked Motive, The — Pathe 

Masked Dancer, The — Vita 

Master of Beasts, The — Ayvvon-SR 

Master Mind, The — Famous 

Master Stroke, The — Vita 

Master Man, The — Keenan-Pathe 5-11-19 

Master Mind. The — 1st Natl 9-19-20 

Master of His Home— Kay Bee-Tri 8-23-17 

Master Passion, The— K.E.S.E 1-11-17 

Master Shakespeare, Strolling Player — 

Thanhouser-Mutl 4-20-16 

Masters of Men — Vita 4 8 23 

Masque of Life, The— Foreign-St Rgt 11-2-18 

Masquerader, The— 1st Nat 8-20-22 

Masqueraders, The — F.P.-Prmt 11-4-15 

Mate of the Sally Ann, The — Amer-Mutl. . 12-6-17 

Maternal Spark, The— Tri 12-13-17 

Maternity — Peerless-Brady-World 5-24-17 

Mating, The — Vita 10-6-18 

Mating of Marcella, The — Ince-Prmt 5-19-18 

Matrimonial Web, The — Vita 

Match Breaker, The— Metro 8-14-21 

Matrimony — Ince-Tri 11-4-15 

Matrimonial Martyr, A — Balboa-Pathe 6-22-16 

Matrimaniac, The— Fine Arts-Tri 12-14-16 

May Blossom — Astra-Pathe 3-22-17 

Mayor of Filbert — Tri 

Maytime— Prefrd 12 2 23 

Me and Captain Kidd— World 11-16-19 

Me an* Me Pal— English-Red F 2-8-17 

Me and My Gal — Amer Re! 

Measure of a Man, The — Bluebird 11-16-16 

Measure of a Man — Univ 9-2124 

Meanest Man in the World, The — 1st Nat. .9-30 23 

Mediator, The — Fox 11-23-16 

Medicine Bend — Signal-Mut! 6-15-16 

Medicine Man, The — Tri 11-8-17 

Meddler, The — Univ 5 24 25 

Meddling Women— CIiadwick-SR 10 12-24 

Melissa of the Hills — Amer-Mut! 7-26-17 

Melting Millions — Fox 

Men— FP-L 5 25 24 

Men — Bacon -Backer-Foursquare 5-26-18 

Men and Wonren— FP-L 4-5 25 

Men of the Desert — Essanay-Perfection. . 10-4-17 
Men She Married, The — Peerless-Brady- 
World 11-23-16 

Men Who Have Made Love to Me — Es- 

sanav- Perfection 1-17-18 

Men Who Forget— Geneva-SR 2-17-24 

Men in the Raw — Univ 11-4 23 

Men, Women and Money — Prmt 6-22-19 

Men of Zanzibar, The — Fox 5-21-22 

Menace, The — Vita 1-24-18 

Menace of the Mute, The — Pathe Gold 

Rooster 11-11-15 

Merely Mary Ann — Fox 2-24-16 

Merely Players— World 8-25-18 

Merry Go Round, The — Fox 9-28-19 

Merry-Go-Round — Univ-T 7-8 23 

Merry Widow, The— Met-Go 8 30 25 

Merton of the Movies — FP-L 9-14-24 

Messalina— FBO 8-31-24 

Message Of The Mouse, The — Vita 

Message from Mars — Metro 3-27-21 

Mexico Today — Educa 6-23-18 



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1347 Seward St. 



BRUCE MITCHELL 

Producer and Director 

Telephone Gladstone 4967 Hollywood, Calif. 



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McGuiie of the Mounted — Univ 7-8-23 

Miami — Pro Dist 6 8-24 

Mice and Men — F.P.-Prmt 1-13-16 

Michael O'Halleran— Hdksn 6 17-23 

Mickey — Western Import 8-11-18 

Microbe, The — Metro 7-20-19 

Microscope Mystery, The — Fine Arts-Tri 11-2-J6 

Mid Channel — Equity 9-19-20 

Middleman — Metro 

Midlanders, The — Federated 

Midnight Alarm, The— Vita 8-5-23 

Midnight Bell, A— 1st Natl 8-21-21 

Midnight Bride, The — Vita 2-1-20 

Midnicht Burglar — Gen 

Midnight Express, The— CBC-SR 1123-24 

Midnight Girl, The— Chadwick-SR 712-25 

Midnight Guest, The — Univ 3- 11-23 

Midnight Gambols — Pioneer 6-27-20 

IMidnight Molly— FBO 3-15-25 

Midnight Madness — Bluebird 6-2-18 

Midnight Patrol — Select 

Midnight Romance, A — Mayer-lst Natl 3-16-19 

Midnight Stage, The — Anderson-Brunton- 

Pathe 1-5-19 

Midnight Secrets — Rayart-SR 

Midnight Trail, The — Amer-Mutl 3-14-18 

Midnight— FP-L-R 

Midnight Man, The — Univ 

Midnight Riders — Producers 

Midshipman, The — Mef-Go 10-18-25 

Midsummer Madness — F.P.-L 12-12-20 

Might and the Man — Fine Arts-Tri 5-17-17 

Might of Love — Univ 

Mighty Lak a Rose — 1st Nat 2 11-23 

Mignon — None 8-5 23 

Milady — Selzk 1 -28 23 

Milady of the Beanstalk — Diando-Pathe. . 1 1 -24-18 

Mile-a-Minute Kendall — Lasky-Prmt 5-12-18 

Mile-A-Minute Romeo — Fox 

Mile-a-Minute Morgan — Sanford-SR 4-13-24 

Milestones — Gwyn 9- 12-20 

Mill On the Floss, The— Mutl 12-23-15 

Million Dollar Dollies — Metro 

Million a Minute, A — Quality-Metro 5-18-16 

Million to Burn, A 11-4-23 

Million Bid, The — Vita 

Million, The — Famous 

Million for Mary, A — Amer-Mutl 8-17-16 

Millionaire Vagrant, The — Tri 5-24-17 

Millionaire, The — Univ 1 1-6-21 

Millionaire Cowboy, the — FBO 10-19-24 

Millionaire Kid, The — Vita-V.L.S.E 4-20-16 

Millionaire Pirate, The — Bluebird 2-16-19 

Millionaire's Double, The — Rolfe-Metro 5-10-17 

Mind the Paint Girl — 1st Natl 11-30-19 

Mind Over Motor — Principal-SR 

Mine to Keep — Grand Asher SR 8-12-23 

Mine Vk-iti the Iron Door, The — Prin-SR. . 12 21-24 
Mints of Hell, The— Hampson-RC-Ex.- 

Mutl 6-1-19 

Minnie — 1st Nat 12-3-22 

Miracle Baby, The — FBO 8-12-23 

Miracle Man, The — Prmt-Artcraft 8-31-19 

Miracle of Life, The — Amer-Mutl 11-25-15 

Miracle of Love, The — F.P.-L 12-28-19 

Miracle of Manhattan, The — Selzk 5-8-21 

Miracle of Money, The — Pathe S-2-20 

Miracle of Wolves. The — Historiques Films. 5-10-25 

Miracle Makers. The — Asso. Ex 

Mirage, The — Pro Dist 3-29-24 

Mirandy Smiles — F.P.-L 

Mirror, The — Powell-Mutl S-31-17 

Mischief Maker, The — Vita 

Mischief Maker, The — Fox 11-30-16 

Misfit Earl, The — Gwyn 11-16-19 

Misfit Wife — Metro 7-18-20 

Misleading Lady — Gwyn 12-19-20 

Misleading Lady, The — Essanay-V.L.S.E. 1-27-16 

Misleading Lady, The — Metro 

Misleading Widow — F.P.-L 9-7-19 

Miss Adventure — Fox 4-27-19 

Mis3 Ambition — Vita 12-1-18 

Miss Arizona — Arrow 

Miss Bluebeard — FPL 2-1-25 

Miss Crusoe — World 10-5-19 

Miss Dulcie from Dixie — Vita 3-23-19 

Miss George Washington — F.P.-Prmt 11-30-16 

Miss Gingersnap — Pathe 



Miss Hobbs — Realrt 6-20-20 

Miss Innocence — Fox 7-21-18 

Miss Jackie of the Army — Amer-Mutl 12-20-17 

Miss Jackie of the Navy — PoUard-Mutl. . 12-14-16 

Miss Mischief Maker — Gen 

Misa Petticuats — Brady- World 7-27-16 

Miss Robinson Crusoe — Rolfe-Metro 8-9-17 

Miss U. S. A — Fox 

Miss Lulu Bett— FPL 12-25-21 

Miss Nobody — Pathe 

Miss Paul Revere — Rus.sell Clark-SR 

Missing Daughters — Selzk 7-6-24 

Missing Husbands — Metro 5-21-22 

Missing — Blackton-Prmt 6-2-18 

Missing Links, The — Tri 12-23-15 

Missing Million— FP-L 9-24-22 

Mist in the Valley, The — Hepvvorth-SR 

Mistaken Identity — Tri 

Mister Forty-Four — Yorke-Metro 9-21-16 

Mistress of Shenstone — R.C 3-20-21 

Mistress of the World— FP-L 3-12-22 

Mixed Blood— Red F 1-4-17 

Mixed Face!5— Fox 10-1-22 

M'Liss — Pickford-Artcraft 5-2-18 

Mile. Paulette— Tri 5-19-18 

Mme. Sans Gene — Prod Sec-SR 

Modern Cinderella — Fox 1-11-17 

Modern Husbands— Natl-R.C.-Ex. Mutl ...6-1-19 

Modern Life — Murray-Univ 9-8-18 

Modern Musketeer, A — Artcraft 1-3-18 

Modern Matrimony — Selzk 11-18 23 

Modern Monte Cristo, A — Pathe 1-25-17 

Modern Thelma, A— Fox 4-20-16 

Modern Marriage — Selzk 4-8-23 

Modern Salome — Metro 

Mohican's Daughter, The — Amer Rel 10-1-22 

Molly and I— Fox 3-21-20 

Molly Entangled — Para 

Molly Go Get 'Em- Amer-Mutl 1-17-18 

Molly Make-Believe— F.P.-Prmt 4-20-16 

Molly O— 1st Nat 12-4 21 

Molly of the Follies — Amer-Pathe 2-2-19 

Mollycoddle, The— Un Art 6-20-20 

Moment Before, The— F.P.-Prmt 5-11-16 

Monna Vanna — Fox 1 0-7-23 

Money, Money, Money — 1st Nat 1-22 23 

Money Changers— Pathe 10-31-20 

Money Corral, The— Artcraft 4-27-19 

Money Isn't Everything — Amer-Pathe 10-6-18 

Money Mad — Gwyn 9-22-18 

Money Madness — Butterfly-Univ 6-7-17 

Money Magic — Vita 2-1-17 

Money Mill, The— Vita 

Money to Burn — Fox 4-16-22 

Money Maniac, The— Pathe 7-24-21 

Money Master, The — Kleine-Edison 9-16-15 

Monkey's Paw, The — Selzk 

Monsieur* Beaucaire — FP-L, 8-17-24 

Monte Cristo— Fox 3-19-22 

Monster, The— Met-Go 2 22-25 

Montmartre — FP-L 7-6-24 

Moon Madness — R.C 8-1-20 

Moonshine Trail. The — Pathe 10-26-19 

Moonshine Valley — Fox 3-20-22 

Moonlight and Honeysuckle — Realart .... 7-24-21 

Moonlight Follies — Univ 9-18-21 

Moral Code, The — Erbograph-Art 3-9-17 

Moral Courage — Peerless-Brady-World ....5-24-17 

Moral Deadline, The — World 2-16-19 

Moral Deadliness — World 2-16-19 

Moral Fabric, The— Tri-Kay Bee 3-16-16 

Moral Fibre — Vita 

Morals for Men— Tiffany- SR 11-22-25 

Moral Law, The — Fox 3-21-18 

Moral Suicide — Graphic-St Rgt 3-28-18 

Moral Sinner, The— FP-L 4-27-24 

Morals of Hilda, The— Red F 12-21-16 

Morals— FP-L-R 

Moran of the Lady Letty — FP-L 2-12-22 

More to Be Pitied— CBC-SR 9-24-22 

More Deadly Than the Male— F.P.-L 12-14-19 

More Excellent Way, The — Greater Vita. .3-29-17 
More Trouble — Anderson-Brunton-Pathe ..6-2-18 
More Truth Than Poetry— Pop. P.&P-Met. 1 1-1-17 

Morgan's Raiders — Bluebird 2-21-18 

Mortgaged Wife, The — Phillips-Univ 6-30-18 

Morok — Hesperia-St Rgt 2-7-18 



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Stars 



AND 



Featured Players 

who have appeared ia adaptations, 
scenarios or original stories written by 

FINIS FOX 



Kod La Roc(iue 
Bert Lytell 
Holbrook Blinn 
Francis X. Bushman 
Tack Pickford 
Jack Mulhall 
Count llya Tolstoy 
Harry Carey 
Hobart Bosworth 
Charley Murray 
John Bowers 
Snitz Edwards 
T. Roy Barnes 
Frank Currier 
Otto Matiesen 
Pat O'Malley 
Walter McGrail 
Marc McDermott 
Allan Forest 
Joseph Kilgour 
Lucien Littlefield 
Von Seffertitz 
Robert Frazer 
DeWitt Jennings 
Richard Hedrick 
Arthur Hoyt 
Hank Mann 
Hughie Fay 
Tom Kennedy 
Jack Livingston 
R. D. McLean 
Wm. Norton Baily 
Jack Gilbert 
Charles Ray 
Edmund Lowe 
Lloyd Hughes 
Joseph Schildkraut 
House Peters 
Alec B. Francis 
John T. Murray 
Cullen Landis 
Harry Meyers 
Rex Lease 
Edward Connelly 
Ian Keith 
John Roche 
Paul Weigel 
Philo McCuUough 
Otis Harlan 



Wheeler Oakman 
Bull Montana 
Paul Panzer 
Edward Peil 
Stanton Heck 
Edwards Davis 
Billy Butts 
Arnold Gray 
Dickey Brandon 
Bobby Mack 
Edgar Kennedy 
Gilbert Clayton 
Cecil Holland 
Harry Burns 
Alia Nazimova 
Anna Q. Nilsson 
Irene Rich 
Priscilla Dean 
Mae Busch 
Jane Novak 
Enid Bennett 
Edna Murphy 
Ethel Shannon 
Clara Horton 
Gloria Grey 
Rita Carewe 
Vola Vale 
Lucy Beaumont 
Rosemary Theby 
Mary Akin 
Laska Winter 
Dot Farley 
Ethel Teare 
Peggy O'Day 
Lydia Knott 
Margorie Gay 
Doreen Turner 
Teddy Sampson 
Joy Winthrop 
Claire DuBrey 
Mary Anderson 
Maude Wayne 
Evelyn Selbie 
Alma Lockwood 
Ruby De Remer 
Dolores Del Rio 
Viola Dana 
Bessie Love 
Mary Astor 
Those whom I have 



Seena Owen 
Alice Lake 
Katherine McDonald 
Gertrude Astor 
Gertrude Short 
Dolores Casinelli 
Carmelita Geraghty 
Kathleen Collins 
Derelys Purdue 
Vera Lewis 
Marcella Daly 
Emmy Wehlen 
Constance Bennett 
Cissy Fitzgerald 
Claire McDowell 
Eugenie Besserer 
Dale Fuller 
Edna May Cooper 
Jean Johnston 
♦Vera Steadman 
Kitty Bradbury 
Cricket Edwards 
Clarissa Selwyn 
Adele Farrington 
Alice Belcher 
Mattie Peters 
Maomi Childers 
Mabel Taliaferro 
Lionel Belmore 
Mathew Betz 
Fred Warren 
Bert Grasby 
Bigelow Cooper 
Anders Randolf 
Harry Todd 
Richard Neill 
Scott McKee 
Hal Davis 
Bernard Seigel 
John Steppling 
Morgan Wallace 
Harry Hoyt 
Victor Potel 
Red Kirby 
Dick Sutherland 
Emmett King 
Fred Esmelton 
Alfred Hollingsworth 
Harold Lockwood 
forgotten, please write! 



Fred Kelcey 
Antrim Short 
Wilton Taylor 
Granville Barker 
Joe King 
Eugene Pallette 
Tom Wilson 
George Read 
Wm. Orlamond 
Charles Sellon 
Bert Sprotte 
Eddie Phillips 
Robert Walker 
Erwin Connelly 
Clarence Burton 
Fred Malatesta 
Bruce Covington 
George Quinn 
Naldo Morelli 
Harry Dunkinson 
Hector Sarno 
Josa Melville 
Peggy Pearce 
Olive Hasbrouck 
Margaret McWade 
Winifred Greenwood 
Peaches Jackwon 
Wm. Worthington 
Pat Harmon 
Harry Northrup 
Tom Delmar 
Joe Murphy 
Max Pila 
E. H. Calvert 
Arthur Hull 
Ethel Childers 
Beverly Bayne 
Virginia Southern 
Alice Howell 
Pauline Dempsey 
Sam Appel 
Ted Rackerby 
Wm. Humphries 
Phillips Smalley 
Oliver Eckhardt 
George Cummings 
Winter Hall 
Ernest Hilliard 



Just finished the screen play for Count 
Leo Tolstoy's immortal drama 

"RESURRECTION" 

Directed by EDWIN CAREWE for UNITED ARTISTS 

(AN INSPIRATION PICTURE — EDWIN CAREWE PRODUCTION) 

Kes. 1475 Havenhurst, Hollywood Phone GL 2665 



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Mormon Maid, The — ^Hiller & Wilk-Fried- 

man-St Rgt 2-22-17 

Mortal Clay — Hamilton-SR 

Mortal Sin, The — Columbia-Metro 3-15-17 

Mortmain— Vita- V.L.S.E 9-9-lS 

Moth, The— Schenck-Select 10-11-17 

Mother and the Law — Griffith 9-7-19 

Mother and the Law, The — Super-Art 11-1-18 

Mother Eternal— Graphic-SR 4-24-21 

Mother Heart, The— Fox 6-12-21 

Mother of His Children— Fox 4-11-20 

Mother Love and the Law — Aywon-SR 

Mother O' Mine — Assoc. Prod 6-S-21 

Mother— Tucker-McClure-St Rgt ll-8-i; 

Mother, I Need You — Castleton-Shipman 10-22- U 

Mother O' Mine— Bluebird 9-6-1; 

Mother's Ordeal, A — Van Dyke-Art 5-10-1. 

Mother's Secret, A — Fox 12-23-lir 

Mother's Secret, A — Bluebird 4-25-U 

Mothers-In-Law — Prefrd 8-19-23 

Mothers of Men — Republic 3-7-20 

Mother's Sin, A — Vita 2-7-U 

Motion to Adjourn, A— Arrow-SR 

Mountain Dew — Tri 9-20-17 

Mountain Madness — Sclzk 

Mountain Woman — Fox 2-6-21 

Mr. Barnes of N. Y. — Gwyn 

Mr. Hillings Spends His Dime— FP-L ...3-11-23 

Mr. Bingle— Prod Sec-SR 

Mr. Dolan of New York 

Mr. Fix-It — Fairbanks-Artcraft 4-25-18 

Mr. Goode the Samaritan — Tri-Fine Arts 5-25-16 

Mr. Grex of Monte Carlo — Lasky 12-16 15 

Mr. Logan, U S. A.— Victory-Fox 9-15-18 

Mr. Opp— Bluebird 8-23-17 

Mr. Pirn Passes By— 2nd Nat-SR 

Mr. Potter of Texas — Prcd Sec-SR 

Mr. Wu— Stoll 12-26-20 

Mrs. Balfame— Powell-Mutl 4-19-17 

Mrs. Dane's Defense — F.P.-Prmt 1-10-18 

Mrs. Dane's Confession — FBO-G 

Mrs. Erricker's Reputation — Hepwoth-SR 

Mrs. Black Is Back — Famous 

Mrs. Leffingswell's Boots — Selzk-Select 9-2-18 

Mrs. Reynolds — World 

Mrs. Slacker — Astra Pathe 3-28-18 

Mrs. Temple's Telegram— F.P.-L 5-16-20 

Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch — Prmt 2-23-19 

Muggsy — Tri 

Mummy and the Humming Bird, The — F. 

P.-Prmt 11-18-15 

Mutiny — BluebiYa 3-15-17 

Mutiny of the Elsinore — Metro 7-25-20 

My American Wife — FPL 1-7-23 

My Best Girl — ^Metro 

My Boy— 1st Nat 1-1-22 

My Country First — Terrias-Unity 5-18-16 

My Cousin — Artcraft 12-1-18 

My Dad— FBO 7-9-22 

My Four Years in Germany — St Rgt 3-21-18 

My Friend the Devil — Fox 

My Husband's Other Wife — Pathe 12-21-19 

My Husband's Wives— Fox 12-28-24 

My Lady Friends — 1st Nat 

My Lady Incog— F.P.-Prmt 1-27-16 

My Lady's Dress — Fox 

My Lady's Garter — F.P.-L 3-21-20 

My Lady's Latch Key — 1st Natl 3-20-21 

My Ladv's Lips— Schulherfj 7-26-25 

My Lady's Slipper— Vita-V.L.S.E 1-20-16 

My Little Boy — Bluebird 12-13-17 

My Little Sister— Fox 6-15-19 

My Madonna — Pop P&P-Metro 11-11-15 

My Man— Vita 2-17-24 

Mv Neiirhhor's Wife— Davis Hist SR 5-31-25 

My Official Wife— Greater Vita 12-7-16 

My Old Dutch— London Univ 11-18-15 

My Old Kentucky Home — Amer Rel S-7-22 

My Own United States — Frohman-St Rgt.. 1-24-18 

My Partner— Mutl 3-23-16 

Mv Son— 1st Xat 4-12-25 

My Unmarried Wife— Bluebird 12-20-17 

My Valet — Keystone-Tri 9-30-15 

My Wife— Mut 

Mv Wife and I— Warner 5-24-25 

My Wild Irish Rose— Vita 6-18-22 

Mystic Faces — Tri 9-8-18 

Mystic Hour, The — Apollo-Art 5-24-17 



Mystic, The— Met-Go ^ .;•,;•• • '^'^'^l 

Mystery of No. 47, The— Selig-K.E.S.E. ..6-7-17 
Mystery of the Yellow Room, The— Rlrt 10-26-19 

Mystery Girl— F.P.-L _* Vi'-ii* 

Mystery Road— F. P.-L. -^V \V ' J'^ 

Mystery of Washington Square — tidelity-b.K. . . . 
Mysteries of Myra, The— Internatl ..••••°-J-J° 
Mysteries of Myra, The— Wharton-Intl. . .4-27-16 
Mysterious Client, The— Astra-Pathe ....5-12-18 
Mysterious Miss Terry, The— F.P.-Prmt .-8-30-17 

Mysterious Mrs. M., The— Bluebird -.VoVl, 

Mysterious Rider, The— Hdksn 10-23-21 

Mysterious Mr. Browning— Arrow. . . ■•■■•IL 

Mysterious Mr. Tiller, The— Bluebird. .. .9-20-17 
Mysterious Witness, The— FBO 7-1-23 

N 

Naked Hearts— Bluebird ^/In'i^ 

Name the Man— Met-Go 1-2U-24 

Nan of Music Mountain — Para •." V ,"q 

Nancy Comes Home— Tri ,1'io 

Nancy from Nowhere — FP-L r -.r ,1 

Nancy's Birthright— Signal-Mutl ;?i^}5 

Nanette of the Wilds— F.P.-Prmt ^V^io'io 

Nanook of the North— Pathe tl^'H 

Napoleon and Josephine— FBO 5-^i-^4 

Narayana — Gaumont-S.R '„" V/Ii 

Narrow Path, The— Red F 8-31-16 

Narrow Path— Pathe ■ • • • • • 

Narrow Street, The— Warner. . .^^ifo 

Narrow Trail, The— Hart-Artcraft 1-10-18 

Nation's Peril, The — Vita 

Nature Girl — Univ V," '/ ,' c 

Nature Man, The— Univ .••••••■•••••••: }\-r. 

Natural Law, The— France-Films-St Rgt. .11-15-17 

Naughty! Naughty !—Ince-Prmt o'IMq 

Naulahka— Astra-Pathe ^"^ to , 

Navigator, The— Met-Go ■ 9-7-2 

Near Lady, The— Univ i ,| f^ 

Nearly a King— F.P.-Prmt Vo l^^ 

Nearly Married — Gwyn ' ;, or 

Necessary Evil, The— 1st Nat Z,^ To ? = 

Nedra— Jose-Pathe Gold Rooster 'i',M^ 

Ne'er-Do-Well, The— Selig ^'H"!, 

Ne'er Do Well, The— FP-L Voc on 

Neglected Wives— Wistaria o , "fo 

Neighbors— World , ;;'i , 

Neglected Women— FBO ,•■;;•••/ ■■I'll'Vi 

Nellie, the Beautiful Cloak Model— Met Go. 4-20-24 

Neptune's Daughter — Univ cWa'o^ 

j^gj-Q Yox 5-<io-/i 

Net, The— Thanhouser-Mutl ■,'^'tl^, 

Net, The— Fox oilH 

Never Say Die— Asso Ex ?'^T,t 

Never Say Quit— Fox ^■^^"l,- 

Never the Twain Shall Meet— Met-Go ....8 2 23 

Never Weaken — Asso Exhib 

New Brooms— FP-L ^''/fo- 

New CotTimandment. The— 1st Nat '^I'l'ic 

New Lives for 01d~-FP-L 3 8 25 

New Love for Old— Bluebird ,o ocoi 

New DiscipI^-Fed F Co 12-25-21 

New School Teacher. The— CCBSR <;-,Voi 

New Teacher, The— Fox ,A- 

New Toys— 1st Nat c iq ,o 

New Moon, The— Select 5' ^^ 

New York— Pathe ;l']o on 

New York Idea, The— Realrt 12-12-20 

New York Luck— Amer-Mutl ^■^;^i'!. 

New York Peacock, The— Fox ^'^Vl, 

Next Corner, The— FP-L ^"^°^^ 

Nice People— FP-L 8-20-22 

Night Club. The— FP-L 5-10 25 

Night Hawk, The— Pro Dist oiV'^i 

Night Horsemen — Fox 9-ll--il 

Night Out, A— Vita-V.L.S.E 2-3-16 

Night Life in Hollywood — Arrow-SR ^^ 

Night Life in New York — FP-L ^'o o5 

Night Message, The — Univ 3-2-24 

Night of the Pines — Arrow-SR 

Night Workers. Th^-Essanay-K.E.S.E.. .5-31-17 

Night Rose, The — Goldwyn 

Night Riders, The— 2nd Nat-SR 4-30 22 

Xight Ship. The— Lumas-SR 4-19-23 

Nightingale of Paris — CBC-SR 

Nina. The Flower Girl — Fine Arts 1-11-17 

9 3-5 Seconds— A. G. Stern— SR 10-18-25 

Nine Points of the Law — FBO 

Nine O'Clock Town, The— Ince 8-4-18 



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RAvni'FF — RiciiTEK Photo 

JERRY MILEY 

A MARSHALL NEILAN FIND 

"WILD OATS LANE" 

Marshall Neilan Production 
P. D. C. 

"BROKEN HEARTS OF HOLLYWOOD" 

Warner Bros. Classic 
Lloyd Bacon 

''THE UNDERSTANDING HEART" 

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
Jack Conway 

"BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY" 

F. B. O. Special 
Eddie Dillon 

"FINGER PRINTS" 

Warner Bros. Classic 
Lloyd Bacon 

'EASY PICKINGS" 

First National Production 
George Archainbaud 



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Nine Seconds from Heaven — Rialto-SR 7-2-22 

Nineteen and Phyllis— 1st Natl 1-2-21 

Nine-Tenths of the Law— Atlantic-St Rgt.. 4-25-18 

Ninety and Nine, The— Greater Vita 12-21-16 

Ninety and Nine, The— Vita 12-17-22 

No Defense— Vita 1-29-22 

No Gun Man, The— FBO 

No Trespassing — Hdksn 4-23-22 

No Children Wanted— Horkheimer 8-11-18 

No-Good Guy, The— Tri-Ince 4-27-16 

No Greater Love— Selig-V.L.S.E 1-6-16 

No Man's Land — Metro 7-21-18 

No Man's Law— FBiO 11-22-25 

No Man's Woman— Asso. Photo-SR 2-6-21 

No More Women— Al P&D 2-3-24 

No Mother to Guide Her— Fox 3-2-24 

No Woman Knows — Univ 9- 4-21 

Nobody— 1st Natl 7-31-21 

Nobody's Bride— Uni 3 25-23 

Nobody's Kid— R.-C 7-17-21 

Nobody's Wife— Univ 3-7-18 

Nobody's Fool — Univ 10-23-21 

Nobody's Money— FPL 2-4-23 

Noise in Newboro, A — Metro 4-29-23 

Nomads of the North— 1st Natl 10-3-20 

None So Blind— Arrow-SR 2-25-23 

North of the Rio Grande— FP-L 5 21-22 

North of Hudson Bay— Fox 2-24-24 

North of 36— FP-L 12-7-24 

North of '53 — Fox 

North of Nevada— FBO 3-2-24 

North Wind's Malic^Gwyn 10-24-20 

Notoriety— Web & North-SR 10-8-22 

Nothing But the Truth— Metro 1-11-20 

Nothing But Lies— Metro 5-23-20 

Now Or Never — Asso Exhib 

Not a Drum Was Heard— Fox 2-3-24 

Not Built for Runnin'— Steiner-SR 10-5-24 

Not Guilty— Equitable 12-16-lf 

Not Guilty— 1st Natl 1-16-21 

Not My Sister— Ince-Tri S-11-16 

Not One To Spare— Pro Dist 4-6-24 

(Reviewed as "Which Shall It Be") 

Not So Long Ago— FP-L 8-9-25 

Notorious Gallagher or His Great Triumph 

— Columbia-Metro 6-1-16 

Notorious Miss Lisle, The — 1st Natl 8-22-20 

Notorious Mrs. Sands — R.-C 

Nth Commandment, The — FP-L 4-22-23 

Nugget Nell — New Art-Prmt 8-3-19 

Number 17 — Fox 

Number 99— Hdksn 5-23-20 

Nurse Marjorie — Realrt 3-28-20 

Nut, The— Un Art -. 3-1 J-21 

Nymph of the Foothills, A — Vita 9-8-18 

O 

O, Henry Stories — Vita 3-22-17 

O'Malley of the Mounted— F. P.-L 2-13-21 

Oakdale Affair, The — World 10-12-19 

Oath, The— 1st Natl 4-17-21 

Oathbound — Fox 7-30-22 

Ocean Waif, The — Internatl 11-16-16 

Occasionally Yours — R.-C 10-17-20 

Odessy Of The North — Famous 

Officer 666— Gwyn 11-7-20 

Offenders. The— Russell Clark-SR 

Offshore Pirate — Metro 2-13-21 

Off the Highway — Pro Dist 10-n-2S 

Oh Boy — Capellani-Pathe 6-15-19 

Oh, Doctor— Univ 1 1-23-24 

Oh Jo— F. P.-L 

Oh, Mabel Behave — Aywon-SR 

Oh Johnnyl — Betzwood-Gwyn 1-19-19 

Oh Lady, Lady — Realrt 12-26-20 

Oh Mary Be Careful— Pioneer 9-11-21 

Oh You Women— F.P.-L 

Oh You Tony — Fox 9-21-24 

Oldest Law, The— World 6-2-18 

Old Clothes— Met Go 11-15-25 

Old Dad— 1st Nat 

Old Fashioned Boy. An— F. P.-L 11-7-20 

Old Fashioned Young Man, An — Fine Arts 

Tri 5-3-17 

Old Folks at Home — Fine Arts-Tri 10-12-16 

Old Fool, The — Pro Dist 12-23-23 

Old Hartwell's Cub — Tri 5-19-18 



Old Heidelberg— Fine Arts-Tri 10-7-15 

Old Homestead, The — F. P.-Prmt 12-23-15 

Old Home Week — FP-L 5-31-25 

Old Lady 31 — Metro 4-3-20 

Old Homestead, The— FP-L 10-8-22 

Old Oaken Bucket, The— FBO G 10-23-21 

Old Love For New — Tri 

Old Maid's Baby, An— Diando-Pathe 2-9-19 

Old Nest, The— Gwyn 7- 3-21 

Old Swimmin* Hole. The— 1st Natl 2-20-21 

Old Wives for New — De Mille-Artcraft. .5-26-18 

Oliver Twist — Lasky-Prmt 12-21-16 

Oliver Twist — 1st Nat 11-5 22 

Oliver Twist, Jr. — Fox 3-13-21 

Omar the Tentmaker — 1st Nat 12-3-22 

On Dangerous Ground — Brady-World 1-11-21 

On the Go — Artclass-SR 4 5-25 

On Probation — Steiner-SR 12 14-2'4 

On Record — Lasky-Prmt 3-1-17 

On the High Card — Arrow 

On the Jump — Victory-Fox 10-6-18 

On the Level — Lasky-Prmt 11-1-17 

On the Stroke of Three— FBO 12-14-24 

On the Quiet — Prmt 8-18-18 

On-the-Square Girl, The— Astra-Pathe 8-23-17 

On the Banks of the Wabash— Vita 10-28-23 

On Thin Ice — Warner 3-15-25 

On Trial — Essanay 6-21-17 

On Time— Truart-SR 

On the High Seas— FP-L 10-8-22 

On With the Dance — F. P.-L 2-5-20 

On the Threshold— Pro Dist 

On The Trail— Prod Sec 

One Arabian Night — 1st Nat 9-25-21 

One A. M. — Chaplin-Mutl 8-3-16 

One Against Many — Tri 

One Clear Call— 1st Nat 6-25-22 

One Day — B. S. Moss 2-24-16 

One Dollar Bid— Hdksn 

One Exciting Night — Unt Art 10-29-22 

One Glorious Day — FP-L 2-5-22 

One Glorious Night — Banner-SR 

One Law for Both — Ivan-St Rgt 5-10-17 

One Hour Before Dawn — Pathe 7-18-20 

One Hour — Rapf-Hoffman-Foursquare ..11-29-17 

One Law for the Woman — Vita 

One Man in a Million — R.-C 1-16-21 

One Man Trail — Fox 3-27-21 

One Million Dollars — Rolfe-Metro 12-2-15 

One Million in Jewels — Selzk 2-4-23 

One Moment's Temptation — 2nd Nat 

One More American — Lasky-Prmt 3-7-18 

One Night in Paris — Asso Ex-P 

One Night in Rome — Met-Go 9-21-24 

One of Many — James-Metro 2-15-17 

One Of Our Girls — Famous 

One of the Bravest — Lumas-SR 11-22-25 

One of the Finest — Gwyn 6-8-19 

One Shot Ross — Tri 10-11-17 

One Stolen Night — Vita 

One Thousand Dollars — Vita 7-7-18 

One Touch of Nature — Edison-K.E.S.E. ..8-16-17 

One Touch of Sin — Fox 2-1-17 

Once Upon a Time— H. Bollman-SR 1-1-22 

One Way Street — 1st Nat 3-29-25 

One Way Trail— Selzk 

One Week of Life — Gwyn 5-25-19 

One Week of Love — Selzk 11-12-22 

One Wild Week — Realart 8-28-21 

One Woman, The — Dixon-Select 12-22-18 

One Wonderful Night — Univ 12-17-23 

One Year to Live — Ist Nat 3-8-25 

One-Eighth Apache — Arrow-SR 

One-Thing-At-a-Time O'Day — Metro 6-29-19 

Once a Plumber — Univ 9-19-21 

Once to Every Man — Frohman-St Rgt 2-9-19 

Once to Every Woman — Univ 10-3-20 

Only A Shop Girl— CBC-SR 12-24-22 

Only 38— FP-L 617-23 

Only Road, The — Metro 6-16-18 

Only Son, The — Famous 

Only Thing, The— Met-Go 11-29-2=; 

Only Woman, The — It Nat 10-26-24 

Open Door. The — R.C 10-19-19 

Open Places— Essanay-K.E.S.E 8-23-17 

Open Your Eyes — Warner-St Rgt 7-6-19 

Open All Night— FP-L 9-21-24 

Opened Shutters — Univ 8-21-21 



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BEN COHN I 



AUTHOR and DIRECTOR 



Now Directing \ 

BILL CODY Features for Fathe I 

1926 

JACK PERRIN— RAYART SYNDICATE 

''STARLIGHT"— THE WONDER HORSE 

-REX"— THE HUMAN COLLIE 

in Out'Door Classics 

1925 
FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN, JR. 
A Series of Speed Comedy Dramas 

1924 

BRUCE GORDON in 
A Series of Action Stories 

1923 

PETE MORRISON in 

A Series of Comedy Drama Westerns 

2322 West Eighth Street, Los Angeles, CaHt. 

PHONE— DREXEL 0320 



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Opportunity — Metro 7-14-18 

Ordeal of Elizabeth, The— Vita- V.L.S.E 5-18-16 

Ordeal of Rosetta, The — Select 7-21-18 

Ordeal, The— FPI 6-4-22 

Orderly. The— Pathe 

Orphan, The— Fox 5-2-20 

Orphan Sally— Lee-B'dfordSR 

Orphans of the Storm — Untd Art 1-8-22 

Othello — Export & ImportSR 2-25-23 

Other Half— Ex Mutl 

Other Kind of Love, 

The— Goldstone-SR 7-20-24 

Other Man, The— Vita 2-7-18 

Other Man's Wife, The— Hall-Ind 6-15-19 

Other Men's Daughters— Gran«-Asher-SR. 12-30-23 

Other Men's Daughters — Fox 7-7-18 

Other Men's Shoes — Pathe 1-18-20 

Other Men's Wives — Prmt 7-6-19 

Other People's Money — Thanhouser-Mutl 5-25-16 

Other Side of the Door, The— Mutl 1-6-16 

Other Woman, The— Hdksn 4-3-21 

Other Woman — Pathe 

Other Women's Clothes — Hdksn 3-19-22 

Our Leading Citizen— FPL 6-18-22 

Our Mutual Friend— FBO-G 12-4-21 

Our Hospitality — Metro 11-18-23 

Our Better Selves— Astra-Pathe 7-13-19 

Our Little Wife— Gwyn 2-21-18 

Our Mrs. McChesney — Metro 8-25-18 

Our Navy — Prizma 6-23-18 

Out of a Clear Sky — Prmt 9-29-18 

Out of the Darkness — Lasky-Prmt 9-16-lS 

Out of the Chorus — Realrt 3-27-21 

Out of the Darkness— Gaumont-SR 

Out of the Depths — Pioneer 

Out of the House of Bondage — Lyceum 

FB-SR 

Out of Luck — New Art-Prmt 8-31-19 

Out of the Drifts — F. P.-Prmt 3-9-16 

Out of Luck — Univ 8-5-23 

Out of Dust— McCarthy-St Rgt 1-25-20 

Out of the Fog — Nazimova- Metro .., 2-9-19 

Out of the Night— Keeney-Sherry 10-23-18 

Out of the Silent North— Univ 6-11-22 

Out of the Shadow — Prmt 1-26-19 

Out of the Snow— Selzk 11-14-20 

Out Of Eternity — Prod Sec 

Out Of The Drifts— Famous Prmt 

Out Yonder — Selzk 

Out of the Storm — Gwyn 6-20-20 

Out of the Wreck — Morosco-Prmt 3-15-17 

Outcast, The— FPL 12-10-22 

Outcast — Empire-Mutl 9-20-17 

Outcasts of Poker Flat, The — Univ 6-29-19 

Outlawed — Pioneer 

Outlaws of the Sea— Selzk 

Outlaws Of The Deep— Prod. Sec 

Outing Chester Travelogues — Mutl 7-7-18 

Outside Woman, The — Realrt 3-20-21 

Outsider, The — Rolfe-Metro 11-22-17 

Painted Flapper, The— Chadvvlck-SR 10-19-24 

Outwitted — Rolfe-Metro 11-22-17 

Outwitted — Independent- SR 

O. U. West— FBO 4 5-25 

Oval Diamond, The — Thanhouser-Mutl ..2-17-16 

Over There — Select 

Over the Garden Wall — Vita 

Over Night— World 12-16-15 

Over the Hill — Astra-Pathe 11-29-17 

Over the Hill — Fox 2-26-20 

Over the Top — Vita 4-4-18 

Over the Border— FPL 6-11-22 

Over the Wire — Metro 7- 3-21 

Overalls — American-Mutl 3-23-16 

Overland Limited. Tlie — Lumas-SR 7-26-25 

Overland Red — Univ 2-15-20 

Outside the Law — Univ 1-9-21 

P 

Pace That Thrills— 1st Nat 10 18-25 

Paddy-the-Next-Best-Thing— Al P&D 

Paddy O'Hara— Tri-Kay Bee 4-26-17 

Pagan Love — Hdksn 12-26-20 

Pagan Passions — Selzk 5-4-24 

Pagan God — R.-C 8-17-19 

Page Mystery, The— Peerless-Brady-World 5-3-17 

Paid in Advance — Univ 11-16-19 

Paid Back — Univ 8-27-22 

Paid in Full — Prmt 3-2-19 



Paint and Powder — Chadwick-SR 10-18-25 

Painted Doll, The— Russian Art-Pathe 10-4-17 

Painted Lady, The— Fox 9-28-24 

Painted Lie, The— Horsley-Mutl 4-12-17 

Painted Lips — Star-Univ 2-14-18 

Painted Lily, The— Tri 6-30-18 

Painted Madonna — Fox 

Painted People— 1st Nat 2-3-24 

Painted Soul, The— Mutl 12-30-15 

Painted World — Vita 

Painter, The — Manson-St Rgt 8-2-17 

Pair of Cupids, A — Metro 8-4-18 

Pair of Silk Stockings, A— Select 7-14-18 

Pair of Sixes, A — Essanay-Perfection ....6-9-18 

Pal O'Mine— CBC-SR 5-11-24 

Pals of the West— Clk-Cornelius-SR 

Pals First — Yorke-Metro 10-6-18 

Palace of Darkened Windows — Selzk 12-12-20 

Paliser Case, The— Gwyn 2-22-20 

Pampered Youth — Vita 2-15-25 

Panther Woman — 1st Natl 

Panthea — Talmadge- Selzk 1-11-17 

Pants — Essanay-K.E.S.E 9-20-17 

Paradise Garden — Yorke-Metro 10-11-17 

Parasite, The— Schulberg 3-1-25 

Pardon My French — Gwyn 1-1-22 

Pardon My Nerve — Fox 2-26-22 

Parentage Message, A — Henley-Seng-St 

Rgt 6-14-17 

Paris Green— F.P.-L 4-25-20 

Parisian Love — Schulberg 8-16-25 

Parisian Nights— FBO 3-8-25 

Parish Priest, The— Garfield-SR 

Parisian Romance, A — Fox 1-20-16 

Parisian Tigress — Metro 

Parisian Scandal, A — Univ 11-27-21 

Parlor Bedroom & Bath — Metro 

Partners of the Sunset — Bert Lubin-SR 

Parson of Panamint, The — Pallas-Prmt. .8-17-16 

Parted Curtains — Warner-SR 

Partners of Fate— Fox 2-20-21 

Partners of the Night — Gwyn 3-7-20 

Partners of the Tide— Hdksn 3-20-21 

Partners Three — F.P.-L 

Pasteboard Crown, A — Asso Ex-P 

Patchwork Girl Of Oz — Famous 

Pasquale — Morosco-Prmt 5-18-16 

Passers By — Pathe 6-20-20 

Passersby — Equitable 3-16-16 

Passing of the Third Floor Back — Brenon- 

1st Natl 5-2-18 

Passing of Wolf MacLean — Ermine-SR 

Passing Thru— FL-L 9-11-21 

Passion — 1st Natl 10-10-20 

Passion — McClure-Seven Sins-Tri 3-1-17 

Passion Flower, The— 1st Natl 4-10-21 

Passion Fruit — Metro 1-30-21 

Passion's Pathway — Lee-Bradford-SR 9-21-24 

Passion's Playground — 1st Natl 10-3-20 

Passionate Adventurer — Selzk 

Passionate Pilgrim — F.P.-L 1-9-21 

Passionate Friends, The— CBC-SR 

Passionate Journey, The — FP-L 

Passionate Youtli — Truart-SR 7-12-25 

Pat O' the Ranch— Russell-Grie-SR 

Path She Chose, The— Univ 5-9-20 

Path of Happiness,The— Univ-Fed F 2-3-16 

Paths to Paradise— FP-L 7-12 25 

Patriot, The— Ince-Tri 8-17-16 

Patriotism — Brunton-Paralta 6-16-18 

Patsy— Truart-SR 

Patsy — Fox 

Patsy's Jim — Prod Sec 

Paul J. Rainey's African Hunt — Univ 

Pauper Millionaire — Play Go 2-4-23 

Paws of the Bear— Kay Bee-Tri 6-28-17 

Pawn Ticket 210— Fox 1-28-23 

Pawn Of Fortune — Pathe 

Pawn of Fate, The— World 3-2-16 

Pawned — Selzk 

Pay Day— 1st Nat 4-9-22' 

Pay Day — Metro 6-2-18 

Pay Me — Univ 

Payable on Demand — Photo-I>rama-SR 

Paying His Debt— Tri 5-2-18 

Paying the Limit — Gerson-SR 8-31-24 

Paying the Piper— F. P.-L 1-30-21 

Payment, The— Ince-Tri 7-13-16 



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Payment Guaranteed — Pathe 

Peace of Roaring River, The — Gwyn ....8-17-19 

Peaceful Valley — 1st Natl 10-17-20 

Peaceful Peters — ArrowSR 10-29 22 

Peacock Alley — Metro 11-13-21 

Peacock Feathers — Univ-J 8-23-25 

Peak of Fate, The — F. B. Rogers 5-28-25 

Pearl of Love, The — Lee-Rradford-SR 

Pearl of Paradise, The — Pollard- Mutl 11-16-16 

Pearl of the Antilles, The — Terriss 9-30-15 

Pearl of the Army — Astra-Pathe 11-30-16 

Peck's Bad Boy — 1st Natl 5-1-21 

Peddler of Lies, The — Univ 

Peck's Bad Girl — Gwyn 9-22-18 

Peddler, The— U. S. Amus-Art 8-16-17 

Peer Gynt — Morosco-Prmt 9-9-15 

Peg of the Pirates — Fox 

Peg O' My Heart — Metro 12-17-23 

Peg o' the Sea — Sterling 8-4-18 

Pegeen — Vita 

Peggy Puts It Over — Vita 

Peggy — Kay Bee-Tri 1-20 16 

Peggy of the Secret Service — Davis-SR ...9 27-25 

Peggy Does Her Darndest — Metro 2-23. 19 

Peggy Leads the Way — American-Mutl 11-8-17 

Pell Street Mystery, The — Rayart-SR 

Pen Vulture — Kremer 

Penny of Hill Top Trail— Federated.'.*.'. '.'.'5-1-21 

Penalty, The — Gwyn 11-21-20 

Penitentes, The — Fine Arts-Tri 12-9-15 

Pennington's Choice — Columbia-Metro ..11-11-15 

Penrod — 1st Nat 2-26-22 

Penrod and Sam — 1st Nat 6-17-23 

People vs. John Doe, The— Univ 12-21-16 

leople vs. Nancy Preston, The— Pro Dist. 12-13-25 

Peppy Polly— Prmt 4-13 19 

Peranisketty Polly Ann— Tri ""9-13-17 

Percy — Pathe 4';25 

Perfect Alibi, The— Photo-Drama-SR 

Perfect Crime, The — Assoc. Prod .. 2-27.21 

Perfect Flapper, The— 1st Nat '.'6-29-24 

Perfect Lady, A — Gwyn ... 1? S i« 

Perfect Lover, The— Selzk ../.'.'.'.'.'.'.'''' gloVAg 

Perfect 36— Gwyn 

Perfect Woman, The— 1st Natl'.' .'.'.'.■.■.'.'.'■■ 8"-i-26 

?^"^ of Divorce, The— World ;!6-8-16 

Penis of Paris 

Periwinkle — American-Mutl' '.'.'.'.'.'. 6'-2i'i7 

Pershing's Crusaders — 1st Natl 

Persuasive Peggy — Mayfair-ShalieAberger 

& Priest-St Rgt n ?o 17 

Perjury— Fox 8 2121 

Petal on the Current, The— Univ.'.'.' 8-3-19 

Petticoat Pilot, The— Lasky-Prmt "'2-14-18 

Petticoat Politics— Hod'son ' 8 26 8 

Pettigrew's Girl— Prmt '.'.■.'.'."3 16 19 

lest. The — Gwyn 4.20-19 

Peter Pan— FP-L 1119^ 

Peter the Great— FP-L 71 21 

Phantom Shot Gun— Gen..' 

Phantom Melody, The— Univ".'.'.'. "l"-2S'26 

Phantom, The— Ince-Tri "'6-22-16 

Phantom Fortunes— Vita-V.L.S.E, ...'!!!.' .9-7-16 

Phantom Honeymoon — Hlmark 

Phantom Horseman. The— Univ. r9'-24 

Phantom Express, The— Ginsberg- SR 'i^e-^s 

Phantom Butler — Selz ' " "" 

Phantom Husband, The — Tri .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' "lO- 11- 17 

Phantom Justice — FBO V. 1-13-24 

Phantom Riders — Univ ....1-31-18 

Phantom Shadows — Davis Dist-SR 

Phantom of the Opera — Univ-T '.\I..9\3'^S 

Phantom's Secret — Butterfly-Univ ....... .5-17-17 

Phil-For-Short- World 6-8-19 

Philip Holden-Waster— American-Mutl"!. 'io-12-16 

Piccadilly Jim — Select 2-8-20 

Pidgin Island — Yorke-Metro ! 1-4-17 

Pied Piper Malone — FP-L '.'.".'.2 3-24 

Pilgrim, The— 1st Nat !!!! 11-19-22 

Pilgrims of the Night— Asso Prod ." 8-14-21 

Pillars of Society— Essanay-V.L.S.E 8-17-16 

Pillagers, The — Amer Rel 

Pillory, The— Pathe .*.*.'.".'.' 

Pinch Hitter, The— Tri-Kay Bee. .....','.*. '.'4-26-17 

Pink Tights — Univ 9-19-20 

Pink Gods— FP-L 10-1-22 

Pinto — Gwyn 2-1-20 

Pioneer Trails — Vita .... ...'.".'.*.".*.*. .10-21-23 



/•ipes of Pan, The — Hepworth-SR 

Piper's Price, The — Bluebird 1-11-17 

Pity the Poor — Selz 

Pitfalls of a Big City — Fox 4-13-19 

Place Beyond the Wind, The — Red F 11-2-16 

Place in the Sun — Tri 

Place of Honeymoons — Pioneer 

Plain Jane — Ince-Tri 9-14-16 

Play Square — Fox 8-21-21 

Plastic Age, The^Schulberg 10-4 25 

Playing Dead— Vita-V.L.S.E 10-21-15 

Playing the Game — Ince-Prmt 4-25-18 

Playing with Fire— Pop. P&P-Metro 4-27-16 

Playing with Souls — 1st Nat 5-3-25 

Playing It_ Wild— Vita 4-29-23 

Playing Fair — Fox 

Playing With Fire— Univ 12-18-21 

Plaything of Broadway— Realrt 3-20-21 

Plaything^-Bluebird-Univ 8-18-18 

Playthings of an Emperor — Levinson SR 

Playthings of Destiny — 1st Nat 

Playthings of Passion — United 6-1-19 

Please Help Emily — Empire-Mutl 11-29-17 

Please Get Married — Metro 11-9-19 

Pleasure Seekers — Selzk 1-9-21 

Pleasure Mad — Metro 11-11-23 

Plow Girl, The— Lasky-Prmt 11-23-16 

Plow Woman, The— Bluebird 7-5-17 

Plunderer, The — Fox 

Plunderer, The— Fox 4-6-24 

Plunger, The— Fox 1 1-7-20 

Point of View— Selzk 8-8-20 

Pointing Finger, The — Univ 12-7-19 

Poison— Stein-SR 9-28 24 

Poisoned Paradise — Prefrd 3-2-24 

Police — Essanay-Genl 6-1-16 

Police Patrol, The— Lumas-SR 9-13-25 

Polish Dancer, The — Levinson-SR 

Pollyanna — Un Art 1-25-20 

Polly of the Circus— Gwyn 9-20-17 

Polly of the Storm Country — 1st Natl 

Polly of the Follies— 1st Nat 3-5-22 

Polly Put the Kettle On— Red F 1-11-17 

Polly Redhead— Bluebird 3-1-17 

Polly with a Past— Metro 12-12-20 

Pony Express, The— FP-L 9-20-25 

Ponjola— 1st Nat— 11-11-23 

Pool of Flame, The— Red F 2-24-16 

Poor Boob— Prmt 3-30-19 

Poor Dear Margaret Kirby — Selzk 4-10-21 

Poor Little Peppina— Pickford F.-P.-Prmt 3-2-16 

Poor Schmaltz— F. P.-L.-Prmt 9-9-15 

Poor Little Rich Girl, The— Pickford-Art- 

craft 3-8-17 

Poor Men's Wives— Prefrd 2-4-23 

Poor Relations— R.-C 10-26-19 

Poor Rich Man — Metro 

Poor Simp— Selzk 10-17-20 

Poor Relation, A — Gwyn 4-9-22 

Poppy — Talmadge-Selzk 6-14-17 

Poppy Girl's Husband, The— Artcraft ..3-30-19 

Poppy Trail — Selz 

Ports of Call— Fox 1-11-25 

Port Of Doom, The — Famous 

Port Of Missing Men, The — Famous 

Possession— FBO 11-6-21 

Pots-and-Pans Peggy — Thanhouser-Pathe ..3-8-17 

Potash and Perlmutter — 1st N.Tt 9-16 23 

Poverty of Riches, The — Gwyn 11-27-21 

Power of Chance — Univ 

Power Within, The— Pathe 

Power of Love — Pei fect-SR 

Power — Price-SR 

Power and the Glory, The — World 9-8-18 

Power of Decision, The — Rolfe-Metro 4-12-17 

Power of Evil, The — Balboa-Moss-St Rgt 10-12-16 

Power of a Lie, The 1-7-23 

Powers that Prey — American-Mutl 3-21-18 

Prairie Trails — Fox 12-26-20 

Praise Agent, The — World 8-10-19 

Prairie Pirate, The— Pro Dist 11-15-25 

Prairie Mystery, The — Truart-SR 

Prairie Wife, The— Met-Go 5-10-25 

Precious Packet, The — Pathe Gold Rooster 2-24-16 

Pretender, The — Tri 

Prejudice — Arista-SR 

Pretenders. The — Rolfe-Metro 8-31-16 

Pretty Ladies— Met-Go 7-26-25 



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BEAU GESTE 

OLD IRONSIDES 

HAROLD LLOYD 

METROPOLIS 

WEDDING MARCH 

BARNUM 

WINGS 

ROUGH RIDERS 

SORRELL & SON 

• 

GENTLEMEN 
PREFER BLONDES 

• 

AMERICAN TRAGEDY 

BEAU SABREUR 
WAR OF THE WORLDS 




Thomas Meighan 



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"Sorrows of Satan" "A Woman of Paris" 

''Ace of Cads" "Forbidden Paradise" 

"The Marriage Circle" "The King on Main Street" 

"The Grand Duchess and the Waiter" 

ADOLPHE MENJOU 



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Photo by Hommel 



RICHARD DIX 

"The Quarterback" "Knockout Riley" 

"Paradise for Two" 



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133 




Douglas MacLean 



Paramount Star 



"HOLD THAT LION^^ "LET IT RAIN^^ 



In Preparation: "SEE YOU LATER" 



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134 




EVELYN BRENT 



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135 




Arlette Marchal 

"Blonde or Brunette'' '^Diplomacy'' 
''The Fallen River" 



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136 




NEIL HAMILTON 

"Digby," the Bugler 



in 



"BEAU GESTE" 

"The Great Gatsby" "Diplomacy" 

(Famous Players-Lasky) 

"The Music Master" 

(Fox) 



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137 




Philip Stkange 



'*The Popular Sin" 



'The Ace of Cads" 



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C L IVE BR o p K 

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Photo Seely 



139 



JAMES HALL 



"HOTEL IMPERIAL" 

with 
POLA NEGRI 

^^STRANDED IN PARIS" 
"THE CAMPUS FLIRT^ 

with 
BEBE DANIELS 

"LOVFS GREATEST MISTAKE" 



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Homniel Photo 



Malcolm St. Clair 



DIRECTOR 



FAMOUS PLAYERS'LASKY CORP. 



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Waxman Plioto 



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"THE GREATEST SHOW 
ON EARTH" 



PARAMOUNT 
PRODUCTION 



DIRECTED 
BY 




Underwood <t Underwood Photo 



MONTA BELL 



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143 




GREGORY LaCAVA 

RICHARD DIX 

in 

"WOMANHANDLED" 
''SAY IT AGAIN'' 

"LET'S GET MARRIED" 

''PARADISE FOR TWO" 



"SO'S YOUR OLD MAN" 

W. C. Fields — Alice Joyce 




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FRANK LLOYD 

Director 



Recent Productions 



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Gene Kornman Photo 

FRED NEWMEYER 

DIRECTOR 

**The Quarterback" **The Potters*' 

Starring Richard Dix Starring W. C. Fields 

( Famous Players-Lasky) 

Directed Harold Lloyd m 

'The Freshman" '^Grandma's Boy" "Girl Shy" ''Dr. Jack" 

"Now or Never" "Hot Water" "Why Worry" 

"The Sailor-Made Man" 



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146 




ROWLAND v. L 

DIRECTOR OF i 

Pola Negri 
^Barbed Wire^ 

A Rowland V.Lee^r-oductioru 

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LUTHER REED 



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Underwood & Underwood Photo 



LoTH^R Memoes 

DIRECTOR 

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Arthur Rosson 

DIRECTOR 

In Preparation 

"UNDERWORLDS^ 

By 

BEN HECHT 



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Richard Rosson 



Director 



Gloria Swanson 

in 

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Fine Manners 



Adolphe Menjou 



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Betty Bronson 

in 

''Ritzy' 



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TOM J. GERAGHTY 

Famous Players-Lasky 



Starting the New Year 



with 



JAMES CRUZE 

And the first Picture is 

**Louie The Fourteenth** 

with 

WALLY BEERY 



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The Quarterback 

So's Your Old Man 

God Gave Me Twenty Cents 

Love 'Em and Leave 'Em 

Stark Love 

Ace of Cads 

Say It Again 

The Show-Off 

Fascinating Youth 



The Canadian 

The Popular Sin 

The Potters 

New York 

Love's Greatest Mistake 

Paradise for Two 

Cabaret 

Fate 

Knockout Riley 

Dying for Love 



RALPH BLOCK 



EDITORINGHIEF 
EASTERN STUDIO 



FAMOUS PLAYERS -LASKY CORPORATION 

ASTORIA, 
LONG ISLAND 




Monte Katterjohn 

Famous Players-Lasky Corporation 
PRODUCTION DEPARTMENT 



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156 



FORREST HALSEY 

Screen Plays--^ 



"THE SORROWS OF SATAN'' 

For D. W. Griffith 



"THE ACE OF CADS' 

(In Colkbor&tion with Becky Cardiher) 

For Adolphe Menjou 



'DANCING MOTHEPvS" 

For Herbert Brenon 



"THE PALM BEACH GIRL" 

For Bebe Daniels 



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157 



PIERRE COLLINGS 

Screen Plays 



"The Grand Duchess 
and the Waiter" 



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Ball Photo 



DIXIE WILLSON 

Under Contract to 

Famous Players-Lasky Corp. 



HOLLYWOOD 






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Chakles Whittaker 

Paramount Production Kepresentative 

at 

BEKLIN, GERMANY 



Supervising Pictures 

MADE BY 

{Paramount and UFA ) 



DEMMY LAMSON, Mgr. 
KUTH COLLIER, Associate 



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"Sea Horses'' 



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"DANCING MOTHERS" 
"MANTRAP" 

"CHILDREN OF 

DIVORCE" 




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LAWRENCE GRAY 

**Kid Boots'* 

"Love 'Em and Leave 'Em" 

"Everybody's Acting" 

(^Famous Players- La sky) 



"Womanhood" 

(First National) 



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162 




MARY BRIAN 

"BKOWN OF HARVARD' 



"BEHIND THE FKONT" 
"PETER PAN" 
"BEAU GESTE" 

(Famous PlayerS'Lasky ) 



'MORE PAY ^ ^ LESS WORK' 

(Fox) 



To Be Released 
"HER FATHER SAID NO' 

(F. B. O.) 

In Production 

"HE GOT THE JOB" 

("Robert T. Kane Prod. ) 



Spurr Photo 



FAMOUS PLAYERSLASKY CORPORATION 



VtT RS ■ LASKY CORPORATION if^HWi 



Walter Goss 



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Chidhoff Photo 



163 



JOSEPHINE DUNN 



'Love's Greatest Mistake" 
"Fascinating Youth" 
"Sorrows of Satan" 




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I'hoto Hummel 



AFA>)OUS PLAYE RS- IAS KY CORPORATION P 



164 



IRIS GRAY 

"Love's Greatest Mistake" 

"The Popular Sin" 

"Fascinating Youth" 

{Famous Players-Lasky) 

"He Got the Job" 

(Working Title) 
First National 




J FAMOUS PIAYERS-IASKY CORPORATION J 




JOCELYN LEE 

FAMOUS PLAYERS-LASKY 

'Taris At Midnight" 
"Everybody's Acting" 
'*A Kiss In The Taxi" 



JFAMOUS PLAYERS 



; RSLASKY CORPORATION f*i 



165 



EDWARD GARVEY 

Character Leads 

''The Quarterback*' 
"Love 'Em and Leave 'Em'' 

(Famous Players-Lasky) 

''The Knock-Out" 

(First National) 



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IVY HARRIS 

"THE POTTERS" 

"FASCINATING YOUTH" 

"LOVE 'EM AND LEAVE 'EM' 



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166 



MONTE BRICE 



Scenario Associate 

"BEHIND THE FRONT' 



Author 

"WE'RE IN THE NAVY NOW" 



Directed 

"CASEY AT THE BAT" 



FAMOUS PLA-V-ERS- 



S-LASKV CORPORATION &4 



ERLE C. KENTON 

Famous Players-Lasky 
DIRECTOR 



"THE PALM BEACH GIRL" 
with Bebe Daniels 

"BEAUTIFUL WOMEN" 

with Raymond Griffith 




Spurr Photo 



FAMOUS PLAYERS-LASKY CORPORATION 



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167 




Billy Butts 

"SPARROWS" 

(UNITED ARTISTS) 



"The Canadian" 
The Mysterious Rider 

FAMOUS PLAYERS-LASKY 



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^"^SSIi. 



Fred Fleck 

Casting Director 






Famous Players-Lasky 

(Eastern Studio) 



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Townsend Martin 



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WHEN THEY WANT A 
LITTLE 

YOU - KNOW - WHAT 

PUT 

YOU - KNOW - WHERE 

THEY GET 

John Fish Goodrich 

AND ITS S. R. O. 



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169 



LAJOS BIRO 

Author Of Many European Plays 

Including— 

"A MODERN DU BARRY" for (U. F. A.) 

"DON JUAN'S THREE NIGHTS" (First National) 

"THE SILENT LOVER" (First National) 

"THE HIGHWAYMAN" (DeMille) 

"THE MOONFLOWER" (Paramount) 

"THE FORBIDDEN PARADISE" (Paramount) 

Current 
"HOTEL IMPERIAL" (Paramount) 

Originals For 
FAMOUS PLAYERS-LASKY CORP. 



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HOWARD EMMET ROGERS 

Adaptations and Originals 

(FAMOUS PLAYERS-LASKY) 
Eastern Studios 

CURRENT SEASON 

Adaptations 
"The Canadian" Originals 

"Tin Gods" "Paradise for Two" 

Starring Thomas Meighan Starring Richard Dix 

"So's Your Old Man" Story for W. C. Fields 

Starring W. C. Fields (Now in Preparation) 



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JULIEN JOSEPHSON 

Screen Adaptations 



"LADY WINDERMERE'S FAN' 

(Ernst Lubitsch Production) 

"THE BAT" 

(United Artists Production) 

"EAGLE OF THE SEA" 

(Frank Lloyd Production) 




Joseph Jackson 

IVriting for 

F. P. L. 

Adaptator 

"SOUNDINGS" 



Supervising Editor 

**We're in the Navy Now" 
"Stranded in Paris" 




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Fred Myton 



Staff Scenarist 



Famous PlayerS'Lasky Corp. 




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MATT A. TAYLOR 

Originals 

"STEPPING ALONG" 
•^ALL ABOARD" 

Johnny Hines — First National 



Associate Writer 

"LOOIE XIV" 

A James Cruze Production 

Starring 

WALLACE BEERY 

for 

Pa r a mount 



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JAMES O. SPEARING 

Adaptations, Continuities, Editing, Titles 



FAMOUS PLAYERS-LASKY 

(Eastern Studio) 



Three Years with Universal. 



Adaptation and Continuity 

of "The Signal Tower" and 

other successes 



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SAM MINTZ 

SCENARIO DEPARTMENT 

Famous Players- Lasky 

{E J STERN STUDIOS) 



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FRANK STRAYER 



£©S 



"Steppin' Out" 
"Sweet Rosie O'Grady" 

NOW DIRECTING 



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"Rough House Rosie" 



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RAY HARRIS 



Writing Originais and Adaptations for 



RICHARD DIX 



Eastern Studio 



Famous PlayerS'Lasky 



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174 




Ethel Doherty 

Writer 
Screen Plays of 1926: 

^^ Vanishing American^^ 

^^ Behind the Front ^^ 

^^The Runaway ^^ 

''Mantrap'' 

''Stranded in Paris'' 

Now writing: **Roughhouse Rosie^' 



^SB^ 



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Louise Long 

Writer 



1926: 
g^et-tirvl "The Campus Flirt*' 

(with Lloyd Corrigan) 

Screen Play: "Stranded in Paris 

Now Writing: 

Screen Play: "Roughhouse Rosie 



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HOPE LORING 



AND 



LOUIS D. LIGHTON 

"WINGS" 
"CHILDREN OF DIVORCE" 

Famous Players-Lasky 



FAMOUS PLAYERSIASKY CORPORATION I 



MAUDE K. MILLER 

Famous Players-Lasky Corp. 



IsAanager 

STORY DEPARTMENT 

(New York Office) 



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GROVER JONES 



Famous Players-Las ky Corp, 



AFAMOUS PLAYERS-LASKY CORPORATION J 



- Writer 



SCREEN PLAYS 

"Hands Up" 

'•Miss Brewster's Millions" 

"Wet Paint" 

ORIGINAL AND SCREEN 

"The Campus Flirt" 

[nvith Louise Long) 

ASSOCIATE M'RITER 

"It" 

"Kiss In The Taxi" 



NO IV JfRITING 



^'Beautiful Women'^ 




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EDGAR ADAMS 

Film Editor 

Famous Players-Lasky 



{Eastern Studios) 



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DORIS ANDERSON 

ORIGINALS 

CONTINUITIES 
ADAPTATIONS 



Now With 

Famous Players ' Lasky 



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ARTHUR ELLIS 

Film Editor 



Frank Tuttle Productions j^^^ INGRAM'S 

( Famous Players-Lasky) "Garden of Allah" 



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LAURANCE W^ HITT 

ART DIRECTOR 

Famous Players-Lasky Corp. 

(Eastern Studios) 
Ahly Assisted by the Following Men 

Van Nest Polglase Charles M. Kirk 

Julian Boone Fleming Ernest Fegte 

Walter E. Keller Arne Lundberg 



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Ray Lissner 



Assistant Director 



Herbert Brenon Productions 



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''Beau Qeste' 

"The Qreat Qatsby' 

'*Qod Qave Me Twenty Cents'* 



''The Potters'' 
Fred Newmeyer Production 



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Bull Photo 



DR. ERIC LOCKE 

Genera/ Manager 
LUBITSCH PRODUCTIONS 




Bull Photo 

GEORGE R. HIPPARD 

Assistant Director 
LUBITSCH PRODUCTIONS 



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1927 



IT 

SORROWS OF SATAN 

GLORIFYING AMERICAN GIRL 

HOTEL IMPERIAL 

CASEY AT THE BAT 

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SPECIAL DELIVERY 

NEW YORK 

GOD GAVE ME 20 CENTS 

KNOCKOUT REILLY 

LOVE'S GREATEST MISTAKE 



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CABARET 




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ROUGH HOUSE ROSIE 

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TIPTOES 

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ZANE GREYS 

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EVENING CLOTHES 

• 




HINTS TO LOVERS 






10 MODERN COMMANDMENTS 






FASHIONS FOR WOMEN 

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A KISS IN A TAXI 

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AND 50 MORE.' 




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Smntbant 

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Prettr Smooth— Univ 5-25-19 

Prey, The— Vita 10-10-20 

Price for Folly, A— Vita 12-16-15 

Price Mark, The — Ince-Prmt 11-11-17 

Price of a Good Time, The — Jewel 11-22-17 

Price of Fame, The— Greater Vita 11-9-16 

Price of a Party, The — ^Asso Ex 10-12-24 

Price of Pleasure, The— Univ-J 5-31-25 

Price of Possession— F. P.-L 2-20-21 

Price of Redemption — Metro 9-26-20 

Price of Silence — Sunrise-St Rgt 1-2-21 

Price of Youth — Arrow-SR 

Price of Silence, The — Fox 1-11-17 

Price of Silence, The— Bluebird 12-17-16 

Price, The— Triumph-Equitable 10-14-16 

Price of Applause, The — Tri 8-4-18 

Price of Happiness, The — Triumph-Equit- 
able 3-2-16 

Price of Innocence — Buffalo M. P. Co 

Price of Malice, The— Rolf e- Metro 3-2-16 

Price of Power, The — Tri-Fine Arts ..-..2-24-16 

Price of Pride. The— Peerless- World 7-5-17 

Price She Paid, The— C.K.Y.-Selzk 3-1-17 

Price She Paid, The— Columbia-SR 

Price Woman Pays, The— Hatch-St Rgt. .11-2-19 

Pride — McClure-Tri 1-25-17 

Pride and the Devil — Apollo-Art 3-8-17 

Pride and the Man — American-Mutl 8-9-17 

Pride of the Force. The— Rayart-SR 10-18-25 

Pride Of Jennico, The — Famous 

Pride of Palomar, The— FP-L 8 20-22 

Pride of Sunshine Alley,, 

The— Barsky-SR 10-12-24 

Pride of New York, The — Fox 1-10-18 

Pride of the Clan, The — Pickford-Artcraft 1-11-17 
Prima Donna's Husband, The — Triumph- 

A & W Film Co 6-15-16 

Primal Lure, The — Ince-Tri 5-11-16 

Primal L«w, The— Fox 9-18-21 

Primitive Call, The— Fox 1-25-17 

Primitive Woman — Mut 

Primitive Lover, The— 1st Nat 5-21-22 

Primrose Path, The — Univ 

Primrose Path, The — Arrow-S R 10-11-25 

Primrose Ring, The — Lasky-Prmt 5-17-17 

Prince and Betty, The — Pathe 12-14-19 

Prince and the Pauper, The — Amer. Rel ..11-26-22 
Prince and the Pauper, The — F. P.-Prmt. .12-2-15 

Prince Chap — Selig-V.L.S.E 8-3-16 

Prince Chap, The — De Mille 7-18-20 

Prince in a Pawnshop, A — Greater Vita. . 10-19-16 

Prince of Avenue A — Univ 1-11-20 

Prince There Was, A— FP-L 11-20-21 

Prince of a King, A— Selzk 12-30-23 

Proofs of Innocence — Amer Rel 

Prophet's Paradise, The — Selzk 

Princess of Park Row — Vita 

Princess of the Dark — Ince-Tri 2-8-17 

Princess of New York — F. P.-L 

Princess Jones — Vita 

Princess Romanoff — -Fox 

Princess Virtue, The — Bluebird 11-15-17 

Princess of Patches — K.E.S.E 1-25-17 

Prison Without Walls, The— Lasky-Prmt. .3-22-17 

Prisoner, The — Univ 3-18-23 

Prisoner Of Zender — Famous 

Prisoners of Love — Gwyn 1-23-20 

Prisoners of the Pines — Hampton-Hdksn. .9-8-18 

Printer's Devil, The — Warner 

Private Affairs — Pro Dist 7-26-25 

Private Scandal, A — Realart 

Private Peat — Prmt-Artcraft 11-17-18 

Pro Patria— Pathe 

Probation Wife, The — Select 3-16-19 

Prodigal Judge. The— Vita 2-5-22 

Prodigal Liar, The — Hampton-Ex. Mutl ,.2-23-19 

Prodigal Daughters— FPL 4-22-23 

Prodigal Wife, The — Screencraft 12-8-18 

Prodigal Son, The— Stoll 5 20-23 

Profiteer, The — Astra-Pathe 6-22-19 

Profiteers, The — Arrow 

Promise, The — Yorke-Metro 3-8-17 

Proxies— F. P.-L 4-17-21 

Proud Flesh — I\Iet-Go 4-19-25 

Prudence on Broadway — Tri ..9-14-19 

Prudence the Pirate — Thanhouser-Pathe. .10-12-16 

Prussian Cur, The — Fox 8-25-18 

Prunella— F. P.-Prmt 5-26-19 



Public Be Damned, The — Public Rights- 

St Rgt 7-5-17 

Public Opinion— Lasky-Prmt 8-24-16 

Pudd'n Head Wilson— Lasky-Prmt 2-10-16 

Pulse of Life — Univ 

Pulse of Life, The— Bluebird 3-22-17 

Puppet Man — Prod Sec 

Puppets of Fate — Metro 

Puppy Love — Prmt 3-16-19 

Pure Grit — Univ 

Puritan Passions — Hdksn 9-9-23 

Purity — American-Mutl 7-13-16 

Purple Dawn, The— Aywon-SR 4-15-23 

Purple Highway, The— FP-L 7-29-23 

Purple Lady, The— Rolf e- Metro 6-29-16 

Purple Lily— Worid 

Purple Cipher — Vita 

Pursuit Of The Phantom — Famous 

Pursuit of Polly, The— Prmt 8-25-18 

Pursuing Vengeance, The Unity-Sales- St 

Rgt 6-1-16 

Putting It Over— F.P.-L 

Putting It Over — Goldstone-SR 

Putting One Over— Fox 6-29-19 

Put Up Your Hands— American -Pathe 3-2-19 

Q 

Quality of Faith, The — Gaumont-Mutl 5-4-16 

yueen of Hearts— Excel-Fox 9-22-18 

Queen of Sheba, The— Fox 4-17-21 

Queen of Spades, The — Russian Art- 

Pathe 10-18-17 

Queen of the Sea— Fox 9-1-18 

Queen X— Empire-Star-Mutl 10-11-17 

Queen Margaret — Pathe 

Queen Elizabeth — Famous 

Queen of the Moulin Rouge — Amer Rel 8-20-22 

Queen of Sin, The— Blumenthal-SR 4-1-23 

Queen O' the Turf— FBO 5 14-21 

Queenie— Fox 10-2-21 

Quest of Life. The— F. P.-Prmt 10-5-16 

Question of Honor, A — 1st Nat 3-1^-^2 

Question, The— Equitable- World 2-24-16 

Question, The— Vita 6-28-17 

Quickening Flame, The— Worid 4-13-19 

Quicker'n Lightning — Artclass-SR 

Quicksand — F,P.-L 

Quicksands — Selzk 4-29-23 

Quincy Adams Sawyer — Metro 12-3-22 

Quitter, The — Rolfe-Metro 8-10-16 

Quo Vadis— Warren 8 28-21 

Quo Vadis — 1st Nat 2-22-25 

R 

Race, The — Lasky-Prmt 4-13-16 

Race Suicide — St. Rgt 2-10-16 

Racing Luck — Asso Ex 

Racing for Life— CBC-SR 8-10 24 

Racing Strain — Gwyn 

Racing Hearts— FP-L 2-25-2'3 

Rack, The— Worid 1-6-16 

Radio Flyer, The— Artclass-SR 

Radio Mania — Hdksn 

Raffles— UnivJ ,. . 6-7-25 

RafHes, The Amateur Cracksman — Hiller & 

Wilk-St Rgt 12-6-17 

RagamufBn — Lasky-Prmt 1 -27-16 

Rage of Paris, The— Univ 9-25-21 

Ragged Heiress, The — Fox 3-12-22 

Ragged Princess, The — Fox 10-19-16 

Ragged Queen — Bluebird 

Ragged Edge, The— Gwyn 6-17-23 

Rag Man, The— Met-Go 3-8-25 

Rags to Riches— Warner-SR 10-1-22 

Raiders, The — Canyon-SR 

Raiders, The— Kay Bee-Tri 3-9-16 

Rail Rider, The— Paragon-Brady-Worid. .8-24-16 

Railroaded — Univ 6-10-23 

Railroaders, The — Tri 

Rainbow, The — Vita 

Rainbow, The — Sherill-Art 1-18-17 

Rainbow Trail, The — Fox 6-7-25 

Rainbow Girl, The — American-Mutl 9-27-17 

Rainbow Princess, The — F. P.-Prmt 10-26-16 

Rainbow Rangers — Steiner-SR 8-24-24 

Rainbow Trail, The — Fox 9-22-18 

Ramona — W. H. Clune 4-13-16 

Ramshackle House — Pro Dist 12-28-24 

Ramblin' Kid, The — Univ 10-14-23 

Range Blood — Arrow-SR 

Range Patrol, The— Russell-SR 9-10-22 

Range Terror, The— FBO 



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Ranger, The — Kremer 

Ranger and the Law. The— Capital-SR •-,•/;; 

Ranger of the Big Pir.es, The— Vita 8-16 25 

Raiigeland— Steiner-SR ; V,V i' i 

Ransom, The— Equitable lo^o. 

Rapids, The— Hdksn 6-24-23 

Rarin' To Go— Artclass-SR 7-20 24 

Rasputin, The Black Monk— Peerless- „,,,_ 

World ^°:^l'\l 

Rattler, The— Usla-SR ; ;^oi'^l 

Raven, The— Essanay-V. L. S. E U'li'll 

Reaching for the Moon — Artcraft W-ZV-IJ 

Ready Money — Famous 4 Voo 

Real Adventure, The — Asso Exhib '"^"'^o 

Real Folks— Tri ^}t'}^ 

Reapers, The— Triumph-Equitable 4-6-16 

Reason Why, The— C. K. Y.-Select 5-2-18 

Rebecca Of Sunnybrook Farm — Famous 

Rebellious Bride, The— Fox 3-23-19 

Reckoning Day— Tri ^9'27"i^? 

Reckless Age, The— Univ-J 5-25-24 

Reckless Courage — Artclass-SR 5-3-25 

Reckless Wives — Ind-SR ; oVo-i 

Reckless Chances — Asso Ex-P 1-22-22 

Reckless Romance — Pro Dist 

Reckless Sex, The— GoldstoneSR • 

Reckless Youth— Selzk '^''^fo? 

Received Payment — Vita 1-15-22 

Reclaimed — Webster 6-9-18 

Recoil— Met-Go 7-6-24 

Recoil, The— Astra-Pathe 5-17-17 

Recompense — Warner 4-26-25 

Re-Creation of Brian Kent — Principal ....3-8-25 

Redemption — Steger-St Rgt ■ • ■ 6-21-1/ 

Redemption of Dave Darcey, The — Vita- 

V. L. S. E 6 15-16 

Red Foam — Selzk 

Red Blood and Blue— Roberts & Cole-SR 

Red Blood and Yellow — Film CI. House 

Red-Haired Cupid — Tri 

Red Hot Dollars— F. P.-L 14-20 

Red Hot Romance— 1st Nat 11-13-21 

Red Hot Tires— Warner 10-25-25 

Red Peacock, The— FP-L 4-9-22 

Red Courage— Univ 10-2-21 

Red Lights— Gwyn 9-16-23 

Red Lily, The— Met-Go 8-3-24 

Red Lane, The— Univ 7-11-20 

Red Lantern, The — Nazimova-Metro 5-4-19 

Red Love— Davis Dist-SR 7-12-25 

Red Red Heart, The— Bluebird 4-18-18 

Red Rider, The— Univ ._ 5-3-25 

Reviewed as "The Open Trail") 

Red Russia Revealed — Fox 7-15-23 

Red Viper, The— Tyrad 8-31-19 

Red, White and Blue Blood— Rolfe-Metro 12-27-17 

Red Widow, The— F. P.-Prmt 5-4-16 

Red Warning, The— Univ 12-9-23 

Red Woman. The— World 2-1-17 

Redhead— Select 5-18-19 

Redeeming Love, The — Famous 

Redeeming Sin, The — Vita 1 25-25 

Redemption of David Carson — Famous 

Reed Case, The — Butterfly-Univ 7-19-17 

Referee, The — Selzk 

Reform Candidate, The— Pallas-Prmt 12-23-15 

Refuge— 1st Nat 8-19-23 

Regenerates, The — Kay Bee-Tri 11-22-17 

Regeneration, The — Fox 9-23-15 

Reggie Mixes In — Fine Arts-Tri 6-1-16 

Regular Fellow — Tri 

Regular Fellow, A— FP-L 10-18-25 

Regular Girl, A— Select ll-30-i9 

Rejected Woman. The— Met-Go 4-27-24 

Rejuvenation — Selzk 

Remodeling Her Husband— F. P.-L 6-13 20 

Remorseless Love — Selzk 8-7-21 

Remembrance — Gwyn 91 7-22 

Remittance Woman, The— FBO 5-13-23 

Reno— Met-Go 1-13-24 

Rent Free— FP-L 1-21-22 

Rendezvous, The — Gwyn 1 .6 24 

Reported Missing — Selzk 4-16-22 

Reputation — Univ 5-8-21 

Reputation— Empire-Star-Mutl 9-13-17 

Rescue, The — Univ 

Rescuing Angel — FP-L 

Restless Sex, The— F. P.-L 6-13-20 



Restless Souls — Tri 1-19-19 

Restless Souls — Vita 

Restless Wives — Burr-SR 1-6-24 

Respect by Proxy — Pathe 2-1-20 

Restitution — Mena-St Rgt 5-26-18 

Resurrection — F. P.-Prmt 5-12-18 

Retribution — Rialto-SR 6-18-22 

Return of Draw Egan, the — Ince-Tri 10-5-16 

Return of Eve, The — Essanay-K.E.S.E. ..10-26-16 

Return of Mary, The — Metro 16-6-18 

Return of Tarzan, The — Gwyn 6-6-20 

Revelation — American-Mutl 4-6-16 

Revelation — Screen Classic-Metro 3-21-18 

Revenge — Metro 

Revenge of Tarzan-Gwyn 

Revelation — Met-Go 6-29-24 

Revolt, The — Brady-World 9-28-16 

Reward of Patience, The — F. P.-Prmt 9-21-16 

Reward of the Faithless — Bluebird 2-11-17 

Richard the Brazen — Vita 8-9-17 

Richest Girl, The — Empire-Mutl 5-2-18 

Rich Girl, Poor Girl — Univ 1-30-21 

Rich Man. Poor Man — F. P.-Prmt 5-2-18 

Rich Man's Darling, A — Bluebird 4-15-18 

Rich Man's Plaything — Fox 

Rich Men's Wives — Lichtman 8-27-22 

Richard the Lion-Hearted — Allied P & D. 10-28-23 

Riddle Gawne — Hart-Ince-Artcraft 8-18-18 

Riddle Woman,The — Pathe 

Ride For Your Life — ^Univ 2-24-24 

Rider of the King Log — Assoc. Exhib 5-22-21 

Rider of the Law, The — Univ 10-12-19 

Riders of the Dawn — Hdksn 5-9-20 

Riders of the Purple Sage — Fox 3-15-25 

Riders Up — Univ 5-4-24 

Riders of the Night — West Coast-Metro 5-2-18 

Riders of the Purple Sage — Standard-Fox. .9-15-18 

Riders of Mystery — Independent-SR 5-3-25 

Riders of Vengeance — Univ 5-18-19 

Riders of the Range — Truart-SR 

Ridgeway of Montana — Univ 6-4-24 

Ridin' Romeo, A — Fox 6-5-21 

Ridin' Comet, The— FBO 

Ridin' Pretty — Univ 

Ridin' Thunder — Univ 5-10-25 

Ridin' the Wind— FBO 10-18-25 

Riding Double— Steiner-SR 8-31-24 

Ridin' Kid from Powder River — Univ 10-19-24 

Ridin'Wild— W. P. Ex-SR 4-23-22 

Ridin' Wild— Univ 11-19-22 

Riding With Death— Fox 11-13-21 

Right that Failed, The — Metro 12-1 1-22 

Right Way. The— Prod. Sec-SR 11-13-21 

Rigoletto — Romayne-SR 

Right of the Strongest, The — Selzn 

Right of Way, The — Metro 2-1-20 

Right Direction, The — ^Famous 

Right Man, The— Rayart-SR 

Right To Love, The — Famous 

Rights of Man, The— Lubins-V.L.S.E. ..10-28-15 

Right to be Happy, The — Bluebird 12-21-16 

Right to Happiness, The — Jewel-Univ 8-24-19 

Right to Lie, The— Pathe 12-7-19 

Rimrock Jones — Lasky-Prmt 1-31-18 

Rink, The — Lone Star-Mutl 12-14-16 

Ring and the Man, The — Famous 

Ringtailed Rhinoceros, The — Vita 

Rio Grande — Pathe 4-15-20 

Rip Van Winkle— Hdksn 1016-21 

Rip Roarin' Roberts — Artclass-SR 

Rip Snorter, The— Arrow-SR 

Rip Tide, The— Arrow-SR 5-13-23 

Rise of Jennie Gushing, The — Artcraft. . 11-22-17 
Rise of Susan, The — Peerless- World ..12-14-16 

Risky Business— Univ 11-28-20 

Risky Road— Bluebird 4-25-18 

River of Romance, The — Yorke-Metro ..8-17-16 

River's End, The — 1st Natl 2-22-20 

Road Between, The— Erbograph-Art 7-12-17 

Road Called Straight — Gwyn 

Road Demon, The — Fox 2-20-21 

Road of Ambition. The — Selzk 2-20-21 

Road through the Dark, The — Select ..12-15-18 

Road to Arcady. The— J. W.-SR 

Road to Divorce. The — Univ 3-7-20 

Road to France, The— World 11-17-18 

Road to London, The — Pathe 6-12-21 

Road to Love, The — Morosco-Prmt 12-7-16 



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Road to Yesteiday — Pro Dist 11-15-25 

Roads of Destiny — Gwyn 4-3-21 

Roadside Impressario, A — Pallas-Prmt ....6-28-17 

Roaring Adventure — Uiiiv 2-8-25 

Roaring Rails— Pro Dist 10-19-24 

Roaring Road, The— Prmt 3-23-19 

Robin Hood— Unt Art 11-5-22 

Robin Hood, Jr. — East Coast-SR 

Robe of Honor — Hdksn 

Robes of Sin— Russel-SR 11-9-24 

Rodeo Mixup — Arrow-SR 

Rogues and Romance — Pathe 1-2-21 

Rogues Romance, A — Vita 5-25-19 

Roof Tree, The— Fox 12-25-21 

Rookie's Return, The— F. P.-L 1-9-21 

Room and Board — Realart 9- 4-21 

Root of Evil— Tri 

Rolling Stones — Famous 

Romance — Un Art 5-23-20 

Romance and Arabella — Select 2-2-19 

Romance of Billy Goat Hill, A— Red F.. 9-28-16 

Romance of Happy Valley — Artcraft 2-2-19 

Romance of the Air, A — Crest-St Rs?t 11-11-18 

Romance of the Redwoods, A — Pickford- 

Artcraft 5-17-17 

Romance of the Underworld, A — Keeney- 

Sherry 7-21-18 

Romance Land — Fox 2-11-23 

Romance Promoters — Vita 

Romance Ranch — Fox 6-29-24 

Romance and Rustlers — Arrow-SR 

Romantic Adventuress. An — F. P.-L 

Romantic Journey, The — 12-21-16 

Romany Lass, A — Harma-St Rgt 4-20-19 

Romeo and Juliet — Quality-Metro 10-26-16 

Romeo and Juliet — Fox 10-26-16 

Romany, Where Love Runs Wild — Selzk 

Romantic Journey — Pathe 

Romola— Met Go 12-7-2-1 

Roped— Univ 1-12-19 

Rosary, The — 1st Nat 3-26 22 

Rose O* The Sea— 1st Nat 

Rose Of The Rancho — Famous 

Rose Of Rancho — Famous 

Rosemary, That's for Remembrance — 

Quality-Metro 12-23-15 

Rose of Nome — Fox 8-8-20 

Rose of Granada — F.P.-L 

Rose of the Blood — Fox 1-17-18 

Rose O' Paradise — Brunton-Paradise ....5-19-18 

Rose of Paris, The — Univ-J 8-28-24 

Rose of the River— F.P.-L 

Rose of the South — Greater Vita 12-7-16 

Rose of the West— Fox 7-20-19 

Rose of the World — Artcraft 1-17-18 

Rose- of the World— Warner 11-15-25 

Rosie O'Grady — Apollo-Art 2-8-17 

Rosita— Unt Art 9-9-23 

Round Up. The— F. P.-L 9-12-20 

Rouge and Riches — Univ " •*-^0 

Rouged Lips — Metro 9-9-23 

Ruggles of Red Gap— FPL 9-16-23 

Rough and« Ready — Fox 

RourIi Going — Tnderendent-SR 

Rough Lover, The — Univ _-«i-18 

Rough Neck, The— World 

Rough Riding Romance — Fox 8-3-19 

Rough Ridin' — Approved-SR 4-6-24 

Rough Diamond. The— Fox 10-30-21 

Rough Shod — Fox 6-4-22 

Roughneck, The— Fox 12-7-24 

Rounding Up the Law — Aywon-SR 

Roulette — Selzk 

Rowdy, The— Univ 9-11-21 

Royal Democrat — Tri 

Roy»l Pauper, The — Ediion-K.E.S.E 2-15-17 

Royal Romance, A — Fox 5-24-17 

R. S. V. P.— 1st Nat 1_'-18-21 

Rugged Water— FPL 8-2 25 

Ruggles of Red Gap — Essanay-Perfection 3-14-18 

Ruggles of Red Gap— FPL 9-16-23 

Ruler of the Road— Pathe 4-25-18 

Raling Pastion, The — Fox 2-10-16 

Ruling Passions-Schomer-St Rgt 9-29-18 

Ruling Passion. The— Untd Art 1-29-22 

Rummy — Fine Arti-Tri 10-19-16 

Runaway, The — Empire-Mutl 10-25-17 

Runaway Romany — ^Ardsley-Pathe 12-20-17 



Rupert of Hentzau — London-Bluebird 3-16-16 

Rupert of Hentzau — Selzk 7-15-23 

Ruse of the Rattler, The — Asso. Ex.-P 

Rustle of Silk, The— FPL 5 13-23 

Rustling a Bride— F.P.-L 

S 

Sable Lorcha, The— Griffith -Tri 10-28-15 

Sackcloth and Scarlet — FPL 5 3 25 

Sacred and Profane Love— F. P.-L 4-24-21 

Sacred Flame, The — Schomer-Ross-St Rgt 11-2-19 

Sacred Ruby — Arrow-S.R 

Sacred Silence — Fox 10-19-19 

Sacrifice— Laslcy-Prmt 5-10-17 

Sadie Goes to Heaven — K.E.S.E 

Sadie Love— F.P.-L 

Saddle Hawk, The— Univ 3-8-25 

Safe for Democracy — Blackton 11-24-18 

Safety Last— Pathe 4-8-23 

Safety Curtain, The — Select 7-7-18 

Sagebrusher, The — Hdksn 1-4-20 

Sage Brush Hamlet — Ex. Mut 

Sage-Brush League — Romayne Superfilms 

Sage Hen, The— Pathe 1-16-21 

Sahara — Hdksn 

Sailor-Made Man, A — Asso Exhib 11-27-21 

St. Elmo — Fox 

Saint, Devil and Woman — Thanhouser- 

Pathe 10-19-16 

Saintly Sinner, The — Bluebird 2-22-17 

Saint's Adventure, The — Essanay-K.E.S.E. 5-17-17 

Saints and Sinners — F. P. -Prmt 7-13-16 

Sainted Devil, The— FP-L 11-30 24 

Salamander, The — Moss 12-23-15 

Saleslady, The— F. P.-Prmt 3-30-16 

Sally — ^Ist Nat 3-22-25 

Sally. Irene and Mary — 'Met-Go 12-13-25 

Sally in a Hurry — Greater Vita 4-19-17 

Sally in Our Alley— Brady-World 7-20-16 

Sally of the Sawdust— Unit Art 8-9-25 

Salome— G. H. Wiley-SR 

Salome— Al P&D 1-7-23 

Salome — Fox 10-13-18 

Salome of the Tenements — FP-L 3-8-25 

Salomy Jane— FP-L 9-9-23 

Salt of the Earth, The— Edison-Perfection 12-20-17 

Salvage— R.-C 5-22-21 

Salvation Hunters — Unit Art 2-8-25 

Salvation Joan— Vita-V.L.S.E 4-13-16 

Salvation Nell— World 10-28-15 

Salvation Nell— 1st Nat 7- 3-21 

Samson — Univ 

Sand— F. P.-L 6-27-20 

Sands of Sacrifice — American-MutI 10-4-17 

Sandy — Lasky-Prmt 6-30-17 

Sandy Burke of the U-Bar-U — Gwyn 

Sandra— 1st Nat 1-4-25 

Saphead — Metro 2-27-21 

Sapho— F. P.-Prmt 3-15-17 

Satan Junior — Metro 3-9-19 

Satan Sanderson — Metro 

Satan in Sables — Warner 10-25-25 

Satin Girl, The— Grand- Asher-SR 12-9-23 

Saturday Night — FP-L 1-29-2? 

Sauce for the Goose — Selzk-Select 8-2S-18 

Saved by Radio — Russell-SR 9-3-22 

Save a Little For Sixty — Selzk 

Savage, The — Bluebird 

Savage Woman, The — Select 8-11-18 

Savages of the Sea — Barsky-SR 

Saving the Family Name — Bluebird 8-31-16 

Sawdust — Univ 6 24-23 

Sawdust Trail, The— Univ 7-13-24 

Sawdust Doll, The— Diando-Pathe 3-30-19 

Sayl Young Fellow — Artcraft 6-23-18 

Scales of Justice, The — Famous 

Scandal — Talmadge-Select 11-8-17 

Scandal Proof — Fox 7-14-25 

Scandalous Tongues — Asso Ex 

Scandal Mongers, The — Univ 

Scandal Street — Arrow-SR 10 25-25 

Scar, The — World 4-6-19 

Scars of Hate — Tnd. Pic-SR 

Scarab Ring — Vita 5-29-21 

Scaramouche — Metro 10-14-23 

Scarlet Car, The— Univ 1-28-23 

Scarlet Car, The — Bluebird 12-6-17 

Scarlet Crystal, The — Red F 2-11-17 

Scarlet Days— F. P.-L 11-23-19 

Scarlet Drop, The — Bluebird 5-2-18 



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Scarlet Letter, The— Fox 2-22-17 

Scarlet Letter — Selzk 

Scarlet Lily. The— 1st Nat 7-15-23 

Scarlet Oath. The— Peerless- World 10-19-16 

Scarlet Pimpernel — Fox 

Scarlet Road. The— Kleine-Edison 2-24-16 

Scarlet Road. The— Fox 6-23-18 

Scarlet Runner, The— Greater Vita 9-14-16 

Scarlet Shadow. The— Univ 2-23-19 

Scarlet Trail, The— St Rgt 12-29-18 

Scarlet Woman. The— Pop. P&P- Metro 6-8-16 

Scarlet and Gold — Davis Dist-SR 

Scarlet Honeymoon, The — Fox 

Scarlet Saint, The— 1st Nat 11-15-25 

Scarlet West, The — tst Nat 9-27-25 

Scars of Jealousv — 1st Nat 3-11-23 

"Scar" Hanan— FBO 

School Days— Warner-SR 12-4-21 

School For Husbands — Famous 

School for Wives — Vita 4-5-25 

Scrapper, The — Univ !!!!!!!! i-22-22 

Scrappin' Kid, The — Univ 11-29-25 

Scoffer, The— 1st Natl ■.".' 

Sea Raiders, The— 2nd Nat-SR — 

Sea Rider, The — Vita 5-30-20 

Sea Waif— World 

Sea Wolf. The— F. P.-L '.".'.'.'5-23-^6 

Sealed Envelope — Univ 

Sealed Hearts — Selzk !.!.!!!!!!!! 

Sealed Lips — ■Columbia- SR 'lO-V8'-2S 

Sealed Lips — Equitable 12-23-15 

Seal of Silence, The — Vita 5-2-18 

Scrambled Wives — 1st Natl 5-29-21 

Sea Hawk, The— 1st Nat 6-8-24 

Sea Master, The — American-Mutl 11-1-17 

Sea Panther. The— Tri 3-21-18 

Sea Wolf, The — -Ralph Ince 11-29-25 

Scrap Iron — 1st Natl 6-5-21 

Scratch My Back — Gwyn 6-13-20 

Scream in the Night, A— Selzk 10-26-19 

Scrooge — Famous 

Scuttlers, The — Fox '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'" 

Scuttlers, The — Fox ....12-19-20 

Sea Lion, The — 1st Nat 1-8-22 

Sea Flower, The — Univ .12-29-18 

Second Fiddle — Hdksn 1-14-23 

Sealed Valley, The— Metro '.'.".'. 

Second Hand Love — Fox '" 

Second Youth — Met Go 4-20-24 

Secret Code, The — Tri 9-8-18 

Secret Game, The — Lasky-Prmt 12-6-17 

Secret Garden, The — Frmt ., 1-19-19 

Secret Gift, The — Univ 9-5-20 

Secret Love — Bluebird .."2-10-16 

Secret Man — Univ 

Secret Marriage — Tri 

Secret of Black Mountain — Gen. 

Secret of Eve, The— Pop. P & P-Metro. . .3-8-i7 

Secret of the Hills, The — Vita 

Secret of the Storm Country — Talmadge- 

Select 11-22-17 

Secret of the Swamp, The— Bluebird. ..'.! .7-20-16 

Secret Service — Prmt-Artcraft 6-29-19 

Second Hand Rose — Univ 5-7-22 

Secrets of the Xight — Uiiiv-J '""12-14-24 

Second Mrs. Tanqueray, The — Vita .....". 

Second In Command — Metro !!!!!!' 

Secrets of faris— Master-SR ." . . 1 6-"2*9*-22 

Secrets — 1st Nat 3-30-24 

Secret of the Hills— Vita '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Secret Sin, The — Lasky-Prmt 10-28-15 

Secret Strings — Metro 11-17-18 

See My Lawyer — R-C ...6-5-21 

Seeds of Vengeance — Selzk 11-14-20 

Seeing's Believing — Metro 

Seeing's Believing — Metro 

Seeing It Through— R.-C 2-15-20 

Seekers, The— Red F 7-6-16 

Self Made Wife, A — Univ 7-8-23 

Self Made Failure. A — 1st Nat !! 6-22-24 

Self-Made Man, A — Fox 7-2-22 

Selfish Woman, The — Lasky-Prmt .......7-20-16 

Selfish Yates — Hart-Artcraft 5-12-18 

Sell 'Em Cowboy — Arrow-SR 5-17-25 

Senator, The — Equitable 12-23-15 

Sentimental Lady, The— Kleine-Edison ..11-11-15 

Sentimental Tommy — F. P.-L 4-3-21 

Serenade, The — 1st Nat 9-11-21 

Serpent, The — Fox '.' 2-10-16 



Serpent's Tooth. The — American-Mutl 6-7-17 

Servant in the House— Film Bk. Of 8-22-20 

Servant Question, The— Select 6-27-20 

Serving Two Masters — Lee-B'ford-SR 

Service Star, The— Gwyn 7-14-18 

Set Free— Bluebird-Univ 12-8-18 

Seven Keys to Baldpate, The — Cohan-Art- 

craft 9-15-17 

Seven Swans, The— F. P.-Prmt 1-3-18 

Seven Chances — Met-Go 3-22-25 

Seven Days — Pro Dist 9-6 25 

Seven Keys to Baldpate— FPL 11 -8-2^ 

Seven Years Bad Luck— R.-C 5-1-21 

Seventh Day, The— 1st Nat 3-19-22 

Seventh Person — Fox 

Seventeen — Famous 

Sex— Hdksn 3-21-20 

Sex Lure, The— Ivan-St. Rgt 11-9-16 

Shackled— Paralta-Hdksn 6-9-18 

Shackles of Fear — JJ.FlemingSR 

Shackles of Truth — American-Mutl 6-14-17 

Shackles of Gold— Fox 5-14-22 

Shadow, The— Forward FD-SR 

Shadow of Doubt, The— Equitable 4-13-16 

Shadow of Her Past, The— Pathe Gold 

Rooster 8-3-16 

Shadow of the Past — Vita 

Shadow of Lightning Ridge — Aywon-SR 9-11-21 

Shadow of Rosalie Byrnes— Select 5-16-20 

Shadows of the West— Natl-S.R 

Shadows— Gwyn 2-16-19 

Shadows and Sunshine — Balboa-Pathe 11-9-16 

Shadows of Suspicion — Metro 2-9-19 

Shadows — Lichtman 11-5-23 

Shadows of Conscience— Russell-SR 10-16-21 

Shadows of the Sea— Selzk 1-1-22 

Shadows of the East, The— Fox 2-3-24 

Shadows of the West— Nat Ex-SR 

Shadow of the Mosque— Usa-SR 11-22-25 

Shadows of the North — Univ 8-19-23 

Shadows Of A Great City— Metro 

Shadows Of Lighting Ridge — Producers Sec 

Shadows of Paris— FP-L 2-24-24 

Shall We Forgive Her?— Peerless-World. 10-18-17 

Sham— F. P.-L S-29-21 

Shame— Noble-Duplcx-St Rgt 11-29-17 

Shame— Fox 8- 7-21 

Shams of Society— R-C 8- 7-21 

Shark Master, The— Univ 8-28-21 

Shark Monroe — Artcraft 7-7-U 

Shark, The— Fox 1-11-20 

Shattered— F. W. Kurtz 11-20-21 

Shattered Dreams — Univ 12-11-21 

Shattered Idols — Amer. Rel 3-5-22 

Shattered Reputations— Capital-SR 9-30-23 

She— Fox 5-17-17 

She Couldn't Help It— Realart 2-27-21 

She Devil— Fox 

She Hired a Husband — Univ 

She Loves and Lies— Selzk 1-11-20 

She Tiger— Fox 

She Wolves— Fox 5-3 25 

Sheik, The— FPL 11-13 21 

Sheik's Wife, The— Vita 3-12 22 

Shell Game, The— Rolf e- Metro 3-21-18 

Shell "43"— Ince-Tri 8-24-16 

Sheltered Daughters — Realrt 5-22-21 

Shepherd of the. Hills, The— Wright-Ind. .8-31-19 

Shepherd King, The— Fox 12-16 23 

Sheriff of Hope Eternal. The — Arrow 

Sheriff of Sun Dog, The— Arrow-SR 

Sheriff's Son, Thf— Prmt 4-6-19 

Sherlock Holmes--Esganay-V.L.S.E 5-18-16 

Sherlock Brown — Metro 6-4-22 

Sherlock Holmes — Gwyn 5-14-22 

Sherlock, Jr.— Met-Go 5-11-24 

Sherry— Pathe 5-30-20 

She's Everywhere — Univ 

Shielding Shadow, The— Astra-Pathe 9-7-16 

Shifting Sands— Tri 8-11-18 

Shifting Sands- Hdksn 1014-23 

Shine Girl, The— Thanhouser-Pathe 8-10-16 

Shining Adventure, The — Astor-SR 

Ship of Doom, The— Tri 11-29-17 

Shipwrecked Among Cannibals — Univ 7-4-20 

Shirley of the Circus— Fox 11-12-21 

Shirley Kaye— C.K.Y.-Select 12-13-17 

Shock Punch— FPL S-17-25 



186 



Shock, The— Univ-J 6-10-23 

Shocking Night— Univ 1-16-21 

Shod with Fire— Fox 2-22-20 

Shoes— Bluebird 6-15-16 

Shoes that Danced— Tri 2-28-18 

Shootin' For Love — Univ 7-1-23 

Shooting of Dan McGrew, 

The— Met-Go 3-30-24 

Shop Girl, The— Vita- V.L.S.E 7-6-16 

Shore Acres — Metro 3-28-20 

Shore Leave— 1st Nat 9-27-25 

Short Skirts— Univ 7-10-21 

Should A Wife Work— J. W.-SR 2-5-22 

Should Women Tell— Metro 

Should A Mother Tell?— Fox 

Should a Baby Die? — Harris-Hanover 2-24-16 

Should a Wife Forgive?— Equitable 12-23-15 

Shoulder Arms— Chaplin- 1st Natl 10-30-18 

Show-Down, The — Bluebird 8-16-17 

Shriek of Araby— Al P&D 6-17-23 

Shrine of Happiness, The — Balboa-Pathe 

Gold Rooster 2-24-16 

Shuttle, The— Selzk-Select 3-14-18 

Shylock of Wall St.— Burton King 

Sick Abed— F. P.-L 6-27-20 

Side Show of Life, The— FP-t 7-27-24 

Siege— Univ-T . 7-14-25 

Siegfried— Ufa 8-30-25 

Sign Invisible, The— Edgar 3-7-18 

Sign Of The Cross, The — Famous 

Sign of the Cactus, Tlie — Univ 1-4-25 

Sign of the Poppy, The — Bluebird 12-17-16 

Sign of the Spade, The — American-Mutl. .7-6-16 

Sign on the Door. The— 1st Nat 7-24-21 

Sign Of The Jack O'Lantern — Hdksn 

Sign of the Rose, The— Amer. Rel 3-12-22 

Signal Tower, The— Univ-J 5-25-24 

Signet of Sheba — Pathe 

Silas Marner — Thanhouser-Mutl 2-17-16 

Silas Marner — Asso Exhib 12-11-21 

Silence of Martha. The — Tri-Fine Arts 3-16-16 

Silence Sellers, The — Pop P & P-Metro. .10-4-17 

Silent Accuser, The — Met-Go 11-9-24 

Silent Barrier — Hdksn 8-1-20 

Silent Battle, The— Bluebird 7-13-16 

Silent Command, The— Fox 9-9-23 

Silent Lady — Univ 

Silent Lie, The — Fox 6-28-17 

Silent Man, The — Artcraft 12-6-17 

Silent Master, The — Rapf-Selzk 5-31-17 

Silent Mystery, The — Buston-Hiller & 

Wilk 12-1-18 

Si'ent Call, The— 1st Nat 11-20-21 

Siknt Partner, The — Lasky-Prmt 5-10-17 

Silent Partner, The — FPL 8-26-23 

Silent Pal. The— Gotham-SR 

Silent Rider — Tri 

Silent Sanderson — Pro Dist 6-21-25 

Silent Shelby — Aywon-SR 

Silent Stranger, The — FBO 4-20-24 

Silent Strength — Vita 

Silent Voice, The — Quality-Metro 9-23-lS 

Silent Vow, The— Vita 4-9-22 

Silent Years— FBO 11-27-21 

Silent Watcher, The — 1st Nat 10-5-24 

Silent Woman, The — Metro 9-8-18 

Silk Husbands and Calico Wives — Equity 

Silk Hosiery— F. P.-L 2-13-21 

Silk Lined Burglar. The — Univ 3-16-19 

Silk Stocking Sal— FBO 12 28-24 

Silkless Banknote — Selzk 

Silks and Satins— F. P.-Prmt 6-15-16 

Silver Car, The— Vita 6-5-21 

Silver Girl — Pathe 

Silver Horde, The— Gwyn 5-16-20 

Silver King, The — Prmt-Artcraft 1-19-19 

Silver Lining, The — Metro 2-20-21 

Silver Wings— Fox 5-21-21 

Simple Souls^-Pathe 5-16-20 

Simon The Jester — Pathe 

Simon the Jester — Pro Dist 11-22-25 

Sinking of the Lusitania — Univ 

Sink Or Swim — Fox 

Sin— Fox 10-7-15 

Sinners— Realrt 3-21-20 

Sins Of the Mothers, The— Vita 

Sins of the Children — Pioneer 

Sin of the World, The— United 3-30-19 

Sin Flood, The— Gwyn 9- 4-21 



Sins of St. Anthony— F. P.-L 

Sins of Rosanne— F. P.-L 10-17-30 

Sin that Was His, The— Selzk 12-12-20 

Sin Woman, The— Baker-Hoffman-St Rgt. 4-26-17 

Sin Ye Do, The— Ince-Tri 12-7-16 

Sin of Martha Queed, The — Asso Exhib 

Sins of Ambition, The— Ivan-St Rgt 12-27-17 

Sins of Men, The— Fox 5-18-16 

Sins of Rosanne— F. P.-L 10-17-20 

Sins of Society, The— Brady- World 12-9-lS 

Sins of the Parents— Fox 12-14-16 

Sinner or Saint — B. B.-SR 

Sinners in Heaven— FPL 9-14-24 

Sinners in Silk— Met Go 8-24-24 

Singer Jim McKee— FPL 3-30-24 

Single Code, The— Horsley-Mutl 4-26-17 

Single Handed — Univ 

Single Track— Vita 12-4-21 

Single Wives— 1st Nat 8-3-24 

Singed Wings— FPL 12-3-22 

Singing River — Fox 

Singing River — Fox 7-24-21 

Sir Arne's Treasure — Hamilton-SR 12-11-21 

Siren, The— Pathe 

Siren Call, The— FPL 9-17-22 

Sirens of the Sea, The — Universal-Jewel- 

St Rgt 9-20-17 

Siren's Song, The— Fox 5-4-19 

Siren of Seville, The— Pro Dist 11-30-24 

Sister Against Sister — Fox 

Sisters— Amer Rel 4-9-22 

Sis Hopkins— Gwyn 3-9-19 

Sister of Six— Fine Arts-Tri 10-12-16 

Sister to Salome, A— Fox 7-11-20 

Six Best Cellars, The— F. P.-L 3-14-20 

Six Cylinder Love— Fox 12-9-23 

Six Days— Gwyn 9-23-23 

Six Feet Four — American-Pathe 8-31-19 

Six Fifty, The— Univ 9-23-23 

Six-Shooter Andy— Fox 3-28-18 

Sixth Commandment, The— Asso Ex 6-29-24 

Sixty Cents an Hour— FPL 5-20 23 

Sixteenth Wife, The— Greater Vita 5-17-17 

Skid Proof— Fox 8-12-23 

Skin Deep— 1st Nat 10-8-22 

Skinner's Baby— Essanay-K.E.S.E 8-2-17 

Skinner's Bubble— Essanay-K.E.S.E 5-10-17 

Skinner's Dress Suit — Essanay-K.E.S.E ..2-8-17 

Skin Game — Producers Sec 

Skinning Skinners — Radin-S.R 

Skirts — Fox 

Sky High— Fox 12-18-21 

Sky Eye— Sol Lesser-St Rgt 1-11-20 

Sky Raider, The — Asso Ex 

Skyfire— Ind-St Rgt 192n 

Sky Pilot, The— 1st Natl 4-24-21 

Skywayman, The — Fox 9-5-20 

Slacker, The— Rolf e- Metro 8-23-17 

Slam, Bang Jim— Pathe 4-18-20 

Slander the Woman— 1st Nat 6-3-23 

Slander— Fox 4-13-16 

Slanderers, The — Univ 

Slave of Vanity, A— R.-C 11-28-20 

Slave of Desire — Gwyn 12-16-23 

Slave, The— Fox 6-28-17 

Slave Market, The— F. P.-Prmt 1-4-17 

Slave of Fashion, A— Met-Go 8-9-25 

Slaves of Pride— Vita 1-18-20 

Sleep Walker, The— FP-L 4-16-22 

Sleep of Cyma Roget — Pioneer 

Sleeping Fires— F. P.-Prmt 4-19-17 

Sleeping Lion, The— Univ 6-1-19 

Sleeping Memory, The — Rolfe-Metro 10-25-17 

Slim Shoulders — Hdksn 6-25-22 

Slim Princess, The— Gwyn 7-4-20 

Slippery Magee— 1st Nat 6-24-23 

Sloth— McClure-Seven Sins-Tri 2-15-17 

Small Town Girl, A— Fox 5-31-17 

Small Town Guy, The — Essanay- Perfec- 
tion 12-13-17 

Small Town Idol— Assoc. Prod 2-20-21 

Smart Sex, The— Univ 3-27-21 

Smashing Through— Bluebird 6-9-18 

Small Town Folks— Prod Sec 

Smites — Fox 

Smilin' Jim — Enterprise-SR 

Smilin'Through— 1st Nat 3-5-22 

Smiles Are Trumfps — Fox 2-5-22 

Smiling All the Way— Schwab-St Rgt 11-21-20 



187 



Smooth as Satin — FBO 6 28-25 

Smouldering Embers — Pathe 2-15-20 

Smouldering Fires — Univ-J 12-7-24 

Smugglers, The — F. P.-Prmt 8-24-16 

Smudge — 1st Nat 

Snail, The — Kremer 

Snap Judgment — American-Mutl 11-29-17 

Snares of Paris — Fox 11-30-19 

Snarl, The— Tri-Kay Bee 5-3-17 

Sneak, The — Fox 6-8-19 

Snitching Hour, The — Clk-Cornelius 

Snob, The — Met-Go 11-2-24 

So This Is Arizona— W Smith-SR 4-23-22 

So Big — 1st Nat 1-11-2S 

So Long Letty — R.-C 11-14-20 

Soap Girl, The— Vita 6-16-18 

Snob Huster, The — Rayart-SR 

Snob, The— Realrt '. 

Snowshoe Trail — FBO 9-17-22 

Snow Bride, The— FP-L 6-17-23 

Snowbird, The — Rolfe-Metro 5-11-16 

Snow Blind — Gwyn ....5-29-21 

Snowdrift — Fox 5-27-23 

Snow White — Educ-St Rgt 11-23-16 

Snow White — F. P.-Prmt 1-4-17 

Social Ambition — Selexart-Gwyn 5-12-18 

Social Briars — American-Mutl 6-2-18 

Social Buccaneer, The — Bluebird 10-5-16 

Social Code, The — Metro 9-23-23 

Social Highwayman, The — Peerless-World. 4-20-16 

Social Hypocrites — Rolfe-Metro 4-25-18 

Social Leper, The — Peerless-Brady-World. 3-lb-l7 

Social Secretary, The — Fine Arts-Tri 9-7-16 

Social Quicksands — Metro 6-23-18 

Society Bad Man, The— Selzk 

Society Exile, A — Prmt 8-24-19 

Society for Sale — Tri 4-25-18 

Society Scandal, A — FP-L 3-16-24 

Society Secrets — Univ 2-20-21 

Society Sensation, A — Bluebird-Univ ....10-6-18 

Society Snobs — Selzk 3-20-21 

Society's Driftwood — Univ 

Soft Boiled — Fox 7-22-23 

Soft Shoes— Pro Dist 

Soiled — Goldstone-SR 3-'8-25 

Sold At Auction — Balboa-Pathe 1-25-17 

Sold — Famous 

Sold for Marriage — Fine Arts-Tri 4-6-i6 

Soldiers Of Fortune — Realart 

Soldier's Oath, A — Fox 12-30-15 

Soldiers of Chance — Vita 9-6-17 

Soldiers of Fortune — Hdksn 11-16-19 

Solitary Sin, The — Solitary Sin Corp-St 

^ Rgt 6-29-19 

Solomon in Society — Selzk 12-31-22 

Some Boy — Fox 7-12-1/ 

Some Bride — Metro 6-15-19 

Some Liar — Russell-Pathe 5-11.19 

Some Pun'kins — Chadwick-SR 1018-25 

Someone in the House — Metro 11-7-20 

Someone Must Pay — Graphic-St Rgt 9-28-19 

Something Different — Realrt 1-30-21 

Something to Do — Prmt 3-16-19 

Something to Think About — F. P.-L 10-24-20 

Somewhere in America — Rolfe-Metro 8-2-17 

Somewhere in France — Kane-St Rgt 3-16-16 

Somewhere in France — Ince-Tri 11-9-16 

Somewhere in Georgia — Sunbeara-St Rgt... 6-7-17 

Somewhere in France — Famous 

Some Wild Oats — Cummings-St Rgt 7-27-19 

Son of a Gun — Film CI. House 

Son of Erin, A — Pallas-Prmt 11-2-16' 

Son of His Father, The — Ince-Prmt 10-25-17 

Son of the Hills, A — Vita C-2S>17 

Son of the Immortals, A — Bluebird 5-11-16 

Son of the Sahara, A — 1st Nat 6-1-24 

Son of His Father, A — FP-L 10-11-25 

Son of the Desert— Selzk 

Son of the Wolf— FBO ..6-18-22 

Son of Wallingford, The — Vita 10-16-21 

Sons of Satan — Univ 

Song of Hate, The — Fox 9-16-15 

Song of Life, The — 1st Nat 2-19-22 

Song of Love — 1st Nat 1-13-24 

Song of Songs, The — Zukor-Artcraft 2-21-18 

Song of the Soul — Gwyn 10-17-2 I 

Song of the Soul, The — Vita 3-14-18 

Song of the Soul — Gwyn 10-17-20 



Song of the Wage Slave, The— Pop. P * P- 

Metro 10-14-15 

Sonny— 1st Nat 6-4-22 

Sooner or Later — Select 3-21-20 

Sorrows of Happiness, The — Lubin 3-2-16 

Sorrows of Love, The — Ince-Tri 6-1-16 

So This Is Marriage — ^Met-Go 1-4-25 

Soul Adrift — Pathe 

Soul Enslaved. A— Univ 2-3-16 

Soul for Sale, A— Jewel-Univ 5-26-18 

Soul in Pawn, A — American-Mutl 9-13-17 

Soul in Trust, A— Tri 3-28-18 

Soul Market, The— Pop. P & P-Metro. ... 3-9-16 

Soul Master, The— Vita 5-31-17 

Soul Mates — American-Mutl 5-18-16 

Soul Harvest, The— Sanford-SR 4-15-23 

Soul Of A Magdalene — Metro 

Soul Fire— 1st Nat 5-10-25 

Souls for Sables— Tiffany-SR 8-30 25 

Soul of Satan — Fox 

Soul of the Beast, The— Metro 4-22-23 

Soul and Body — Peacock-SR 

Soul of a Woman, The— Asso Photo-SR 

Soul of Man— Prod Sec.-SR 

Soul of A Child— Pathe 

Soul of Broadway, The— Fox 10-21-15 

Soul of Buddha, The— Fox 5-19-18 

Soul of Kura San, The— Lasky-Prmt 11-9-16 

Soul of Youth, The— Realrt 8-22-20 

Souls Adrift— Peerless- World 9-6-17 

Soul's Awakening, A — Hepworth-SR 8-31-24 

Soul's Cycle, The— Horsley-Mutl 2-17-16 

Souls in Bondage— Lubin-V.L.S.E 2-3-16 

Souls For Sale— Gwyn 4-1-23 

Souls Triumphant — Fine Arts-Tri 5-24-17 

Soul Without Windows, A— World 16-6-18 

Source, The— Prmt 8-18-18 

South of Northern Lights — Steiner-SR 

South of Suva— FP-L 6-25-22 

South of Northern Lights — .Steiner-SR 

South Sea Love — Fox 

Southern Justice — Bluebird 5-24-17 

Southern Pride — Mutl 

Sowers, The — Lasky-Prmt 3-30-16 

Sowers and Reapers — Rolfe-Metro 5-24-17 

Sowing the Wind— 1st Natl 1-16-20 

Spaniard, The— FP-L 6 28-2.S 

Spark Divine, The— Vita 6-15-19 

Spanish Jade, The— FP-L 7-16-22 

Spanish Dancer, The— FP-L 10-14-23 

Spawn of the Desert — Arrow-SR 

Speed— Banner SR 4-26-2.S 

Speed Demon. The— Rarsky-SR 9-13-25 

Speed Mad— Columbia- SR 11-8-25 

Speed Maniac, The— Fox 9-28-19 

Speed Girl. The— FP-L-R 11-20 21 

Speed King, The— Goldstone-SR 2 11-23 

Speed Spook, The— East Coast-SR 9-7-24 

Speed Wild— FBO 5 10-25 

Speedy Meade — Gwyn 

Spellbound — Horkheimer-Knickerbocker- 

Genl 5-4-16 

:Spell of the Yukon, The— Pop P & P- 

Metro 5-25-16 

Spender. The— Pathe Gold Rooster 10-7-15 

Spender, The— Metro 1-5-19 

Spenders— Hdksn 1-9-21 

Sphinx. The— Univ-Red F 2-3-16 

Spider, The— F. P.-Prmt 2-10-16 

Spider and the Fly, The— Fox 6-1-16 

Spider and the Rose, The— Principal-SR ..3 25-23 

Spindle of Life, The— Butterfly 9-27-17 

Spirit of Good, The— Fox 7-11-20 

Spirit of Romance, The — Morosco-Prmt 3-29-17 

Spirit of '17, The — Morosco-Prmt 1-31-18 

Spirit of the U. S. A.— FBO 5-25 24 

Spite Bride — Select 

Spitfire of Seville, The— Univ 7-20-19 

Spitfire, The— Asso Ex 6-22-24 

Spitfire — Famous 

Splendid Hazard— 1st Natl 9-26-20 

Splendid Lie, The— Arrow-SR 

Splendid Sin, The— Fox 9-7-19 

Splendid Romance — F.P.-L 

Splendid Sinner. The — Gwyn 4-18-18 

Spook Ranch — Univ 4-26 25 

Spoilers, The — Gwyn 7-1-23 

Sporting Blood — Fox 8-17-16 



188 



Sporting Chance, The— Truart-SR 7-5-25 

Sporting Chance, A — Russell-American- 

Pathe 6-22-19 

Sporting Chance, A — Prmt 7-20-19 

Sporting Duchess, The — Vita 3-7-20 

Sporting Life — Tourneur-Hiller & Wilk. .9-22-18 

Sporting Life— Univ-J 9-27-25 

Sporting Venus, The — Met-Go 5-17-25 

Sporting Youth— Univ-J 1-27-24 

Spotlight Sadie— Gwyn 4-20-19 

Spotted Lily, The— Bluebird 10-4-17 

Spreading Dawn — Gwyn 11-1-17 

Spreading Evil — James Keane 

Spurs of Sybil, The— Peerless-World 3-14-18 

Spy, The— Fox-Standard 10-11-17 

Squandered Lives — Stoll 12-19-20 

Square Deal, A— Peerless-Brady-World. . .2-15-17 

Square Deal, A — American-Mutl 6-16-18 

Square Deal Sanderson — Artcraft 6-22 19 

Square Deal Man, The — Ince-Tri 3-15-17 

Square Deceiver, The — Yorke-Metro 12-15-17 

Square Shooter — Fox 6-8-20 

Squaw Man, The — Famous 1-12-19 

Squaw Man's Son, The — Lasky-Prmt 8-2-17 

Squire Phin— Prod Sec-SR 

Stage Struck — Fine Arts-Tri 2-22-17 

Stage Struck— FPL 11-22-25 

Stage Romance, A — Fox 2-12-22 

Stain tn the Blood. The — Signal-Mutl ...4-27-16 

Stainless Barrier, The — Tri 10-25-17 

Stampede, The — Kremer-S.R 

Star Rover- Metro 11-14-20 

Starvation — Warren-Baker 1-18-20 

Station Content — Tri 8-16-18 

Star Dust Trail, The— Fox 3-8-25 

Star Reporter — Arrow- SR 

Stardust— 1st Nat 2-12-22 

Stay Home — Metro 

Steadfast Heart — Gwyn 12-30-23 

Stealers, The— R.-C 9-26-20 

Steelheart— Vita 9-18-21 

Steel King, The — World 11-30-19 

Steel of the Royal Mounted^Vita 6-28-25 

Stella Maris — Artcraft 1-31-18 

Stella Dallas— Unit Art 11-22-25 

Step On It— Univ 5-14-22 

Stepping Fast — Fox 5-20-23 

Stephen Steps Out— FP-L 11-25-23 

Stepping Out— F. P.-L 10-5-19 

Stepping Stone, The — Kay Bee-Tri 4-6-16 

Still Alarm, The— Selig-Pioneer-St Rgt. . .8-25-18 

Still Waters— F. P.-Prmt 11-11-15 

Sting of the Scorpion — Arrow-SR 

Sting of the Lash, The— R-C 8-21-21 

Sting of Victory, The— Essanay-V.L.S.E.. 8-10-16 

Stitch in Time, A— Vita 4-27-19 

Stolen Honor, The — Fox 1-17-18 

Stolen Hours — Peerless-World 1-10-18 

Stolen Kiss, The — Realrt 3-14-20 

Stolen Magic — Keystone-Tri 10-7-15 

Stolen Moments — Pioneer 

Sto'en Orders— Brady 6-9-18 

Stolen Paradise, The— Peerless- World 6-21-17 

Stolen Secrets— Univ 3-16-24 

Stolen Treaty, The — Vita 

Stolen Triumph, The — Metro 

Stop Flirting— Pro Dist 6-21-25 

Stop That Man— Selzk 

Stop Thief— Gwyn 8-22-20 

Storm, The— Univ 6-2S-22 

Storm Breaker, The— Univ-J 9-20-25 

Storm Girl, The — Anchor-SR 

Storm Daughter, The— Univ-J 3-23-24 

Storm, The— Lasky-Prmt 8-14-16 

Stormy Knight— Bluebird 9-13-17 

Stormy Seas — Asso Ex 8-19-23 

Stormswept — FBO 2-18-23 

Story Without a Name— FP-L 10-26-24 

Straight is the Way— F.P.-L 2-27-21 

Straight Shooting — Univ 

Straight Road, The — Famous 

Straight from Paris — Equity-SR 

Straight from the Shoulder — Fox 7- 3-21 

Straight Way, The — Fox 10-5-16 

Stranded — Fine Arts-Tri 7-13-16 

Strange Idols — Fox 6-4-22 

Strange Boarder, The — Gwyn 

Stranger From Somewhere, A — Bluebird. 11-16-16 



Stranger from the North — Selzk 2-10-24 

Stranger, The— FP-L 2-10-24 

Stranger Than Fiction — 1st Nat 12-11-21 

Stranger's Banquet — Gwyn 1-7-23 

Strangers of the Night — Metro 9-9-23 

Strangling Threads— Hepworth-SR 8-17-24 

Stranded In Arcady — Pathe 

Strange Woman, The — Victory-Fox 9-29-18 

Street Called Straight, The— Gwyn 3-14-20 

Street of Forgotten Men— FP-L 8 2-25 

Street of Seven Stars The — Dietrich- 

Kenyon 5-26-18 

Street of Tears, The — Rayart-SR 

Streets of Illusion, The — Astra-Pathe 8-16-17 

Streets of New York — Aywon-SR 12-10 22 

Strength of the Pines— Fox 3-5-22 

Strength of Donald McKensie, The — 

American-Mutl 8-10-16 

Strength of the Weak, The— Bluebird 3-23-16 

Strictly Confidential— Gwyn 10-12-19 

Strife Eternal, The— English- Mutl 12-2-15 

String Beans— Prmt 12-15-18 

Stripped for a Million — Kremer 9-7-19 

Stroke of Midnight — Metro — 6-4-22 

Stronger Passion, The — Lee-B'dford-SR 

Stronger Than Death— Metro 1-18-20 

Stronger Vow, The — Gwyn 5-4-19 

Strongest, The— Fox 2-8-20 

Strong Way, The— World 1-24-18 

Stronger Love, The — Morosco-Prmt 8-3-16 

Struggle, The— World 

Struggle Everlasting, The— Rapf-St Rgt. . 12-20-17 

Studio Girl, The— Select 1-31-18 

Submarine Eye, The — Williamson-Sub- 

marine-St Rgt 6-21-17 

Submarine Pirate, The — Keystone-Tri ...11-25-15 

Substitute Wife, The— Arrow-SR 10 18-25 

Success — Metro 2-25-23 

Successful Adventure, A — Metro 7-21-18 

Successful Failure, A — Eastern Tri 8-2-17 

Successful Failure, A — Tri 1-12-19 

Such a Little Pirate — Prmt 10-13-18 

Such a Little Queen — Realart 7-10-21 

Such A Little Queen — Famous 

Sudden Gentleman, The — Tri 11-29-17 

Sudden Jim — Kay Bee-Tri 7-19-17 

Sudden Riches— World 5-11-16 

Suds— Un Art 7-4-20 

Sue of the South — Univ 

Sultana, The — Balboa-Pathe 11-23-16 

Summer Girl, The— World 8-17-16 

Sunbeam, The — Rolfe-Metro 12-14-16 

Sundown Slim — Univ 9-26-20 

Sundown — 1st Nat 12-7-24 

Sundown Trail, The — Univ 9-21-19 

Sun-Dog Trail, The — Arrow-SR 

Sunlight's Last Raid— Vita 10-4-17 

Sunken Rocks — Burr-Nickle-SR 

Sunny Jane — Balboa- Mutl 4-5-17 

Sunnyside — 1st Natl 6-Z2-19 

Sunset Jones — Pathe 4-24-21 

Sunset Princess — Arrow 

Sunset Sprague — Fox 9-26-20 

Sunset Trail, The — Lasky 10-4-17 

Sunset Trail, The — Univ 9-21-24 

Sunshine Alley — Gwyn 11-15-17 

Sunshine and Gold— Balboa-Pathe 4-26-17 

Sunshine Dad — Fine Arts-Tri 3-30-16 

Sunshine Harbor — AfRIiated-S.R 

Sunshine Nan — Zukor-Prmt 4-11-18 

Sunshine Trail. The — 1st Nat 8-26-23 

Sun-Up— Met-Go 8-23 25 

Superman, The — W.H.-S.R 

Super Speed — Rayart-SR 

Super Sex, The — Amer. Rel 12-3-22 

Superstition — Lee-B'dford-SR 

Supreme Passion, The — Film Market- St 

Rgt 3-6-21 

Supreme Sacrifice, The — Premo-World ....3-16-16 
Supreme Temptation, The — Vita-V.L.S.E. .3-23-16 

Supreme Test, The — Cosmart-SR 12 23-23 

Supreme Test, The — Univ 

Supreme Passion, The — Asso Ex 

Surrender of the German Fleet — Univ 

Sure Fire— Univ 10-30-21 

Sure-Fire Flint — Mastodon 10-29-22 

Surging Seas— SteinSR 4-20-24 

Susan Rocks the Boat— Fine Arts-Tri. . .6-1-16 



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Susan's Gentleman — Bluebird 3-15-17 

Suzanna — Al P&D 4-1-23 

Susie Snowflakes — F. P.-Prmt 6-29-16 

Suspicious Wives — SR 

Suspect, The— Vita. -V.L.S.E S-2S-16 

Suspense — Film CI. House 

Suspicion — Hoffman 12-1-18 

Swan, The — FP-L 3-15-25 

Swat the Spy — Fox 11-17-18 

Swamp, The— FBO 10 30-21 

Sweet Alyssum — Selig- V.L.S.E 12-2-15 

Sweetheart of the Doomed — Tri 4-19-17 

Sweet Kitty Bellaiie — Lasky-Prmt 5-25-16 

Sweet Lavender — Realrt 10-10-20 

Sword of Valor — Goldstone-SR 5-18-24 

Swords and the Woman — FBO 6-29 24 

Sylvia on a Spree — Metro 

Sylvia of the Secret Service — Astra- 
Pathe 11-15-17 

T 

Tsrt)le Top Ranch — Steiner-SR 11-12-22 

Tables Turned — Metro 

Tailor-Made Man — Unt Art 10-22-22 

Tainted Mone> — Perfection-SR 4-5-25 

Taking the Count — Selzk 

Taking Chances — Goldstone-SR 

Talk of the Town, The— Phillips-Univ 9-22-18 

Talker, The— 1st Nat 5-17-25 

Tale of Two Cities, A— Fox 3-15-17 

Tale of Two Worlds— Gwyn 3-20-21 

Tales of a Thousand and One Nights — Davis 

Dist-SR 

Taming the West — Univ 3-1-25 

Tango Cavalier — Arrow- SR 

Tangled Trail— W Steiner SR 

Tangled Fates— Peerless- World 5-18.16 

Tangled Hearts— Bluebird 4-13-16 

Tangled Lives — Fox S-3-17 

Tangled Lives — Vita 6-30-18 

Tangled Threads— B.B.R.-C. Ex Mutl 6-8-19 

Tansy— Burr Nickle-SR 

Tar Heel Warrior, The — Tri 10-11-17 

Tarantula, The— Vita- V.L.S.E 8-17-16 

Target, The— Univ 

Tarnish — 1st Nat 9-21-24 

Tarnished Reputations — Pathe 5-7-20 

Tarzan of the Apes — Natl-St Rgt 2-14-18 

Taste of Life — Univ 

Tattlers, The — Fox 3-28-20 

Tavern Knight— Stoll 1-30-21 

Taxi — Tri 

Tea With A Kick — Asso. Ex 9-2-23 

Tearin' Loose — ■Arttlass-SR 7-14-25 

Tearing Through— ^FBO 5-3 25 

Tears and Smiles— La Salida-Pathe 9-27-17 

Teaser, The — Univ-J 5-24-25 

Teeth — Fox 

Teeth of the Tiger, The — F.P.-L 10-26-19 

Tell it to the Marines — Fox 11-9-18 

Tell-Tale Step, The— Edison-K.E.S.E. ..5-31-17 

Temple of Dusk — Ex. Mut 

Temple of Venus, The — Fox 11-4-23 

Temperamental Wife, A — 1st Natl 9-28-19 

Temptation, The — Lasky 12-30-15 

Tempered Steel — Petrova 6-50-18 

Tempest and Sunshine — J. Frank Hatch 

Temptation and the Man — Red F 7-6-16 

Temptation— CBC-SR 5-27 23 

Temporary Marriage — Prinri- n1 SR 4 20-23 

Ten Commandments,The— FP-1 11-23 23 

Ten Nights in a Bar Room — Arrow-SR ...1-8-22 

Tenderfoot, The — Vita 12-6-17 

Ten After Ten— Artclass-SR 

Ten Dollar Raise, The — Assoc. Prod 5-15-21 

Ten of Diamonds — Tri 

Tents of Allah — Asso Ex 4-1-23 

Tenth Case— World 

Tenth Woman, The — Warner 10-5-24 

Tennessee's Pardner — Lasky-Prmt 2-10-16 

Terror Island — F. P.-L 5-2-20 

Terror, The— Fox 5-23-20 

Terror, The— Red F 2-15-17 

Tess of the Storm Country — Unt Art 11-19 22 

Tess of the D'urbervilles — Met-Co 7-27-24 

Tessie — Arrow-SR 9-27-25 

Testimony — Stoll 3-6-21 

Test, The — Pathe 



Testing Of Mildred Vane, The— Metro 

Tess of the DUbervilles — Famous 

Testing Block— F. P.-L 12-12-20 

Testing of Mildred Vane — Metro 

Test of Honor, The — Prmt 4-13-19 

Texan, The — Fox 

Texas Bearcat, The — FBO 5-10 25 

Texas Trail, The — Pro Dist 8-2 25 

Thank You— Fox 10 25 25 

Thais — Gwyn 1-3-18 

That French Lady— Fox 8-3 24 

That Devil "Bateese" — Bluebird-Univ 9-1-18 

Tliat Devil Quemado— FBiO 4 26 25 

That's Good — Metro 

That Man Jack— FBO 7-19 25 

That Woman — Selzk 

That Royle Girl— FPL 1 17-26 

That Something— Herman-St Rgt 

That Sort — Essanay-V.L.S.E 6-lS-l« 

That Girl Montana— Pathe 

That Wild West— Goldstone-SR 11-23-24 

Thelma— FBO 11 26 2J 

Theodora— Gwyn 10 23 21 

They Like 'Em Rough— Metro 5-28-22 

They Shall Pay— Asso. Exhib 

They're Off 5-21-22 

There's Million In It— FBO 6-15-24 

Thief, The— Fox 12-5-20 

Thief in Paradise. A— 1st Nat 1-11-25 

Thief of Bagdad, The Uni Art 3-23 24 

Thieves, Fox 11-2-19 

Thieve's Gold— Butterfly 3-28-18 

Their Compact— Rolfe-Metro 9-27-17 

Their Mutual Child— Pathe 

Then I'll Come Back to Yon — Frohman- 

World 4-6-16 

There Are No Villains— Metro 8-21-21 

They Shall Pay— Asso Exhib 8-21-21 

Third String, The — Famous 

Third Alarm, The— FBO 1-14-23 

Thirty Days— FPL 12-17-22 

Thistle and the Rose, The — Brewster-SR 

Things Men Do — Schlesinger-St Rgt 

Things We Love, The — Lasky-Prmt 4-4-18 

Thinker, The — Gaumont-S.R 

Thin Ice— Vita S-18-19 

Third Degree, The— Vita 5-11-19 

Third Generation, The— R.-C 1-25-20 

Third Kiss, The— F. P.-L 8-24-19 

Third Woman, The— R.-C 3-21-20 

Thirteenth Chair, The — Acme-Pajthe 8-24-19 

Thirteenth Commandment — F. P.-L 3-15-20 

Thirtieth Piece of Silver — Pathe 

Thirty a Week— Gwyn 11-17-18 

39 East— Realrt 9-19-20 

Thirty Thousand Dollars— Hdksn 2-22-20 

Thirty Years Between — Aywon-S.R 

This Freedom — Fox 12-9-23 

This Hero Stuff— Russell-Pathe 7-27-19 

This Is The Life — Fox 

This Woman— Fox 12-9-23 

This Woman — -Warner 1 1-2-24 

Thorobred— Clk-Cornel's-SR 

Thorns and Orange Blossoms — Lichtman 11-26-23 

Thou Shalt Not Love— Graphic-SR 

Thoroughbred, The — American-Mutl 1-20-16 

Thornue;hhred, The — Ince-Tri 8-24-16 

Thoroughbred. The— Truart-SR 9 6-25 

Those Who Dance — 1st Nat 6-15-24 

Those Who Pav— Ince 2-28-18 

Those Who Judge— Hanncr-SR 1-11-25 

Those Who "Toil— Lubin-V.L.S.E 

Those Without Sin — Lasky-Prmt 3-8-17 

Thou art the Man— F. P.-L 6-6-20 

Thou are the Man— Vita 12-23-15 

Thoughtless Women — Pioneer 11-21-14 

Thousand to One — Assoc. Prod 12-26-20 

Thou Shalt Not — Fox 

Thou Shalt Not Covet— Selig- V.L.S.E 2-3-16 

Thou Shalt Not Steal— Fox 

Thousand Dollar Husband, The — Lasky- 
Prmt 6-1-16 

Threads of Fate — Columbia-Metro 2-1-17 

Three Ages, The — Metro 9-2-23 

Three Buckaroos. The — Amer. Rel 7-23-22 

Three Days to Live — Gerson-SR 

Three Live Ghosts— FPL 1-8-22 

Three Must-Get-Theres— U Art-A- Prod ..9-10-22 



190 



Three Word Brand— FPL 16-2-21 

Three Black Eyes— Tri ^Mi'^l 

Three Godfathers, The— Bluebird 6-8-16 

Three Gold Coins— Fox 7-4-20 

Three Green Eyes— World 4-20-19 

Three in Exile — Truart-SR 

Three Keys — Banner-SR 

Three Men and a Girl— Prmt 4-6-19 

Three Mounted Men — Carey-Univ 11-24-18 

Three Miles Out— Asso Ex 1-6-24 

Three Musketeers, The— Untd Art 9- 4-21 

Three O'Clock in the Morning — Burr-SR. .3-2-24 

Three Pals— Davis-SR 11-15 25 

Three of Many — Ince-Tri 12-7-16 

Three Jumps Ahead — Fox 5-13-23 

Three Sevens — Vita 

Three X Gordon — Hdksn 

Three Weeks— Met-Go 4-6-24 

Three Wise Crooks— FBO 10-11-25 

Three Wise Fools — Gwyn 7-15-23 

Three Who Paid— Fox 12-24-22 

Three Women— Warner 10-19-24 

Through a Glass Window — FP-L 

Through the Storm— Asso. Ex-P 8-27-22 

Through Three Reigns — Hepworth 

Through Eyes of Men— Radin 3-28-20 

Through the Back Door— Un Art S-22-21 

Through the Flames— Goldstone-SR 6-17-23 

Through the Toils— World 6-8-19 

Through the Wall— Greater Vita 9-28-16 

Through the Wrong Door — Gwyn 7-27-19 

Thoughtless Women — Pioneer 11-21-21 

Thrown to the Lions — Univ-Red F 4-6-16 

Thrill Chaser. The— Univ 11-25-23 

Thru the Skylight — Producers Sec 

Thundergate— 1st Nat 1-20-24 

Thunder Mountain — Fox 1018-25 

Thundering Hoofs— F. B. 11-16-24 

Thundering Dawn — Univ-T J-30-23 

Thundering Herd, The— FPL 31-25 

Thundering Hoofs — Aywon-SR 10-15-22 

Thunder Island— Univ 6-19-21 

Thunderclap— Fox 8-14-21 

Thunderbolt, The— 1st Natl 11-23-19 

Thunderbolts of Fate — Hdksn 4.6-19 

Through the Dark— Met-Go 1-20-24 

Thy Name is Woman— Met-Go 2-24-24 

Ticket Of Leave Man, The— Pathe ^.. 

Tidal Wave— Stoll 2-27-21 

Tides of Barnegat, The — Lasky-Prmt 4-19-17 

Tides of Fate— World 

Tides of Passion— Vita 4-26-25 

Tie That Binds, The— Warner 

Tiger-Lily, The — American-Pathe 7-20-19 

Tiger Love — F. P.-L. >. 6-22-24 

Tiger Man, The — Hart Artcraft 4-25-18 

Tiger of the Sea — Shipman 

Tiger Rose— Warner-SR 12-9-23 

Tiger True — Univ 1-23-21 

Tiger Thompson— Pro. Dist 8-24-24 

Tiger Woman, The — Fox 3-1-17 

Tiger's Cub — Fox 10-3-20 

Tiger's Coat— H'dkn 11-7-20 

Tiger's Claw, The— FPL 3-25 23 

Till I Come Back to You — Artcraft 9-1-18 

Tillie— FP-L-R 2-12-22 

Till We Meet Again— Asso. Ex 10-29-22 

Tillers of the Soil— M. P Stearns 

Tillie Wakes Up— Peerless-World 1-25-17 

Timber Wolf, The— Fox 10-11-25 

Timothy's Quest — Amer. Rel 9-24-22 

Time, the Comedian— Met-Go 12-20-25 

Time Locks and Diamonds — Kay Bee-Tri 7-12-17 

Times Have Changed — Fox 9-23-23 

Tin Pan Alley— Fox 12-28-19 

Tinsel— World 7-14-18 

Tipped Off— Play Go 

To a Finish— Fox 8-21-21 

Toast of Death, The— N. Y. M. P.-Mutl. .9-9-15 

Toby's Bow— Gwyn 12-28-19 

Today— Today Film Corp.-St Rgt 8-9-17 

Todd of the Times— Brunton-Pathe 1-26-19 

Together— Btuebird-Univ 10-13-18 

To the Ladies— FPL 12 2 23 

To the Last Man— FPL 9-2-23 

To Have and to Hold — Lasky-Prmt 3-9-16 

To Hell with the Kaiser— Metro 7-7-18 

To Him that Hath— World 9-29-18 



To Honor and Obey— Fox 8-9-17 

To Have and To Hold— FPL 11-12-22 

Toilers of the Sea — Selzk 

Tokio Siren, A— Univ 6-13-20 

Told at Twilight— Balboa-Pathe 3-16-17 

Told in the Hills — Prmt-Artcraft 8-10-19 

Tol'able David— 1st Nat 11-20 21 

Toll of the Sea— Metro 12-3-22 

Toll Gate, The— Famous 

Tomboy, The — Fox 

Tomboy, The— Chadwick-SR 12-28 24 

Tom Sawyer — Morosco-Prmt 12-13-17 

Tom's Little Star — Univ 

Tom Mix in Arabia — Fox 11-5-22 

Tomorrow's Love — FP-L 111-25 

Tong Man, The— R.-C 12-14-19 

Tongues of Men, The — Morosco-Prmt 1-27-16 

Tongues of Flame — Univ 

Tongues of Flame— F. P.-L 12 21-24 

Tony America— Tri 10-6-18 

Too Fat to Fight — Gwyn 12-8-18 

Too Many Crooks— Vita 6-8-19 

Too Many Kisses— FP-L 3-15-25 

Too Many Millions — Prmt 12-22-18 

Too Much Johnson— F. P.-L 2-22-20 

Too Much Business— Vita 4-9-22 

Too Much Married — Asso. PhotoSR 2-12-22 

Too Much Wife— FP-L-R 

Too Much Youth— Gerson-SR 3 8 25 

Top of New York. The— FP-L-R 6-25-22 

Top O'the Morning — Univ 9-3-22 

Top of the World, The— FP-L 3-1-25 

Too Much Speed— F. P.-L 619-21 

Too Wise Wives— F.P.-L 5-22-21 

Troop Train — Film CI. House 

To Please One Woman— F.P.-L 1-2-21 

Torment — 1st Nat 4-27-24 

Tornado, The— Univ-J 11-9-24 

Torrent, The — Univ 1-21-21 

Torrent, The— Goldstone-SR 11-9-24 

Tortured Heart, A— Fox 8-10-16 

Tortured Silence, The — French-Pathe 10-11-17 

To the Death— Pop P&P-Metro 8-30-17 

To the Highest Bidder— Vita 7-21-18 

Toton — Tri 

T'other Dear Charmer— World 9-15-18 

Tower of Jewels, The — Vita 1-11-20 

Tower of Lies, The— Met-Go 10-11-25 

Town Scandal, The — Univ 4-8-23 

Town That Forgot God— Fox 12-10 20 

Toys of Fate — Screen Classics-Metro 5-9-18 

Tracked in the Snow Country — ^Warner ..7-26-25 

Tradition — Sonora-SR 7-10-21 

Trail of the Cigarette — Arrow-S.R 

Trail of the Lonesome Pine, The — Lasky- 
Prmt .2-24-16 

Trail of the Lonsome Pine, The — FP-L. . .3-25 23 
Trail of the Shadow. The— Rolfe-Metro. .7-12-17 

Trail Rider, The— Fox 3-1-25 

Trail to Yesterday. The — Metro 5-12-18 

Trailing African Wild Animals — Metro 5-6 23 

Trap, The— Peerless- World 5-2-18 

Trap, The— Univ 8-24-19 

Traveling Salesman. The— F. P.-L 5-1-21 

Traveling Salesman, The — F. P. -Prmt 12-21-16 

Transgression — Vita 

Tricked — Producers Sec 

Tricks— Davis Dist-SR 8-16 25 

Tracked to Earth— Univ 2-19-22 

Tracks— Asso Ex-P 6-11-22 

Traffic Cop. The — Thanhouser-Mutl 4-6-16 

Traffic in Hearts— CBC-SR 6 29-24 

Traffic in Souls — Univ 

Trudkee — Famoug 

Trailin'- Fox 12-4-21 

Trail Dust — Rayart-SR 

Trail of the Axe — Amer-Rel 10-1-22 

Traitor, The — Famous 

Trail of Hate, The— Dilorenzo-SR 5-21-22 

Trail of the Law, The— Apfel-SR 2-3-24 

Trail of the Law — Prod Sec SR 

Trail's End, The— W. M. Smith-SR 

Trap, The— Univ 5-7-23 

Travelin' On— FP-L J-19-32 

Treason— Bluebird 5-10-17 

Treason — Mutual 10-26-18 

Treasure of the Sea, The — West Coast- 
Metro 5-2-H 



191 



Treasure Island — Fox 1-24-18 

Treasure Island— F. P.-L 4-18-20 

Treat 'Em Rough— Fox 12-15-18 

Tree of Knowledge, The— F. P.-L 1-18-20 

Trembling Hour, The— Univ *. 10-19-19 

Trick of Fate, A— A. B.-Ex. Mutl 2-23-19 

Trifling Women— Metro 10-8-22 

Triflers, The — Univ 1-\l-Z0 

Triflers, The — SchulbergSR 12-21-24 

Trifling With Honor— Univ-J S-13-23 

Trigger Fingers— FBO 11-30-24 

Trilby— Equitable-World 9-9-13 

Trilby— 1st Nat 7-29-23 

Trimmcfl — Univ 7-2-22 

Trimmed in Scarlet — 'Univ 4-1-23 

Triple Action— Univ 11-8-25 

Triple Clue, The— Arrow 

Trip to Mars, A — Tower-St Rgt 5-30-20 

Trip to Paradise, A— Metro 8-21-21 

Triumph of the Weak, The — Vita 5-12-18 

Triumph of Venus, The — Victory-St Rgt.. 3-14-18 

Triumph— FP-L 4-27-24 

Triumph — Univ 

Trixie from Broadway — American-Pathe. .6-8-19 

Trooper O'Neil— Fox 7-16-32 

Tropif-al Love — Asso Ex-P 

Troublf-— 1st Nat 5-28-22 

Trouble Shooter, The— Fox 

Trouper, The— Univ 7-23-22 

Trouping With Ellen — Pro. Dist 

Trouble Buster, The— Pallas-Prmt 10-18-17 

Trouble Maker — Fox 

Trouble With Wives— FP-L 8 16-25 

Troubles of a Bride, The— Fox 12-14-24 

Truant Husband— Hdksn 10-10-20 

Truant Soul, The — Essanay-K.E.S.E 1-25-17 

True Blue — Fox-Standard 6-2-18 

True Heart Susie — Artcraft 6-8-19 

True North, The — Robertson-Young 10-18-25 

True Nobility — American-Mutl 3-6-16 

True as Steel— Met-Go 6-22-24 

Trufflers, The— Essanay-K.E.S.E 5-31-17 

Trumpet Island — Vita 10-17-20 

Trust Your Wife — 1 st Natl 

Truthful Liar, The— FP-L 4-23-22 

Truth, The— Gwyn 8-29-20 

Truth About Wives, The — 4-22-23 

Truth About Women, The — Lee-Bradford-SR 

Truth About Husbands— 1st Natl 12-19-20 

Truxten King — Fox 2-4-23 

Try and Get It--Pro Dist 4-13-24 

Tucker's Top Hand — Steiner-SR 

Tumbleweeds — Unit Art 12-27-25 

Turmoil, The— Univ-J 6-1-24 

Turmoil, The — Columbia-Metro 1-13-16 

Turn of a Card, The — Paralta-Hdksn 1-31-18 

Turn of the Road, The — Vita-V.L.S.E. ..11-18-15 

Turn of the Wheel, The — Gwyn 9-8-18 

Turn to the Right — Metro 1-29-22 

Turned Up— Steiner-SR 11-2-24 

Turning Point, The — 1st Natl 

Turning the Tables— F. P.-L 11-9-19 

'Twas Ever Thus— Bosworth-Prmt 9-30-15 

Twelve Ten— Select 12-28-19 

Twenty-One — Anderson-Brunton-Pathe . . .4-8-18 

Twenty-One— 1st Nat 11-25-23 

$20 A Week— Selzk S-4-24 

Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea 

—Univ 1-11-16 

Twenty-Three and a Half Hour's Leave 

F. P.-L 11-2-19 

Twice Born Woman — Sonora-SR 7- 3-21 

Twilight— De Luxe-Sherry 3-2-19 

Twin Beds— 1st Natl 11-7-20 

Twin Kiddies — Balboa-Pathe 1-11-17 

Twin Pawns — Pathe 

Twins of Suffering Creek — Fox 6-20-20 

Twin Triangle, The— Balboa-Equitable 5-18-16 

Two Bit Seats — Essanay-Perfection ....11-15-17 

Two Brides — F.P.-L 

Two Columbines — Famous 

Two Edged Sword, The— Vita-V.L.S.E. ..3-30-16 

Two Fisted Jones— Univ 11-22-25 

Two Fisted Jefferson — Arrow-SR 

Two Fisted Tenderfoot, A — Ind Pic-SR 

Two Fisted Sheriff, A— Arrow-SR 

Two-Gun Betty — Hdksn 

Two Kinds of Love— Univ 12-26-20 



Two Kinds of Women— FBO 2-S-2J 

Two Men and a Woman — Ivan-St Rgt 2-22-17 

Two Men of Sandy Bar — Univ 

Two Minutes to Go— 1st Nat 10-30-2: 

Two Moons — Fox 1-2-21 

Two Orphans, The— Fox 9-16-15 

Two Shall Be Born— Vita 2-8-25 

Two Weeks— l»t Natl 2-1-20 

Two Weeks With Pay — Realart 

Two Women — Vita 

Tyrant Fear — Ince-Prmt 4-25-18 

Typhoon, The — Famous 

U 

Unattainable, The— Bluebird 8-24-16 

Unbeliever, The — Edison 2-28-18 

Unbroken Promise, The— Sunset-Tri 7-13-19 

Uncharted Channels— R.-C 6-13-^20 

Uncharted Seas — Metro 4-17-21 

Unchastened Woman, The^-Riolto-St Rgt.. 5-2-18 

Unclaimed Goods — Lasky-Prmt 5-2-18 

Uncle Sam of Freedom Ridge — Levey. ... 10-3-20 

Uncle Tom's Cabin— Prmt 7-7-18 

Unconquered — Lasky-Prmt 5-24-17 

Unconquered, The — Aywon-SR 11-5-22 

Under Cover— F. P.-Prmt 7-27-16 

Under Crimson Skies — Univ 6-6-20 

Undercurrent, The— Select 12-7-19 

Under False Colors — Pathe 

Under Fire— C. S. Elfelt-SR 

Under Four Flags — World 

Under Handicap — Yorke-Metro 9-20-17 

Under Northern Lights — Univ 7-25-20 

Under Southern Skies— Univ 9-16-15 

Understudy — Gen 

Under Suspicion — Univ 11-23-19 

Under Suspicion — Metro 

Under the Greenwood Tree — Artcraft ..12-15-18 

Under the Red Robe— Gwyn 11-18-23 

LTnder the Rouge — Asso Ex 7-19-25 

Under the Top— Artcraft 1-12-19 

Under the Yoke— Fox 6-23-18 

Undertow, The — American-Mutl 11-2-16 

Under Two Flags— Fox 8-3-16 

Under Western Skies — Aycie-S.R 

Under Oath— Selzk • • 

Under Two Flags— Univ- Jewel 10-1-22 

Under the Lash — Famous 10-23-21 

Understudy, The— FBO 7-J-22 

Undine— Bluebird 2-17-16 

Undying Flame, The— Lasky-Prmt 5-31-17 

Uneasy Money — Essanay-Perfection 2-7-18 

Unexpected Places — Metro 10-13-18 

Unfaithful— Tri • 

Unfaithful Wife, The— Fox 12-16-15 

Unfoldraent, The — Asso Exhib 

Unforeseen, The — Empire-Mutl 11-1-17 

Unfortunate Sex, The— Gerston-St Rgt. . 10-31-20 

Unguarded Hour, The— 1st Nat 11-29-25 

Unguarded Women— FP-L 6-29-24 

Unholy Three. The— Met-Go 8-9-25 

Uninvited Guest— Met-Go 2-24-24 

Unknown, The— Lasky 12-16-15 

Unknown Love, The— Perett-Pathe 4-13-19 

Unknown Lover, The — Vita 

Unknown Purple, The— Truart-SR 12-2-23 

Unknown Quantity, The— Vita 4-6-19 

Unknown Ranger — Aywon-S.R 

Unknown 274 — Fox 12-27-17 

Unknown, The — Goldstone-SR 

Unknown Wife. The— Univ 3-20-21 

Unmarried Wives— Gotham-SR 12-7-24 

Unnamed Woman, Tl;e— Arrow-SR 10-25-25 

Unpainted Woman, The— Univ 5-4-19 

Unpardonable Sin. The— World 3-16-16 

Unpardonable Sin, The — Garson-Neilan-St 

Rgt 3-23-19 

Unprotected — Famous 

Unseen Witness — Arrow 

Unseen Forces — 1st Natl 

Unseeing Eyes — Gwyn 10-28-23 

Unseen Hands — Asso Ex 9-7-24 

Untamed— Tri 9-1-18 

Untamed, The— Fox 8-29-20 

Untamed Youth— FBO 

Untamable, The— Univ 8-26-23 

Until They Get Me— Tri 12-27-17 

Unto the End— Tri 



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$2 HITS 

METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER 
ON BROADWAY 

THE BIG PARADE 

Second Phenomenal Year 

BEN-HUR 

A Year on Broadway 

THE MERRY WIDOW 

Six Months on Broadway 

MARE NOSTRUM 

Seven Months on Broadway 

LA BOHEME 

Four Months on Broadway 

The SCARLET LETTER 

Seven Months on Broadway 

TELL IT TO THE MARINES 

Broadway's New Hit 

THE FIRE BRIGADE 

Now Thrilling Broadway 



and on every Broadway 
of the world / 



METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER 

Shau/ryia/n^iJUfi 




M-G-M's TRACKLESS TRAIN 

l^ow in Europe on World-Tour blazing the -name of Metro-Qoldwyn-Mayer 
across the world. 




M'G-M's 'GREAT RADIO DEPARTMENT 

Twenty-four coast-to-coast Broadcasting Stations reach 20 millions each week with 
publicity on M-Q-M stars and attractions. 




M'G-M's NATIONWIDE SERIALIZATIONS 

"Bardelys" — "Flaming Forest"— "Temptress"-— "Taxi -Dancer" — "Trail of 98" — 
"Tillie the Toiler" are just a few of the big M-Q-M hits which receive daily 
serialization in hundreds of newspapers. 




M-G'M's FAN MAGAZINE CONTESTS 

First again with the big, new idea, M-Q-M's Question Contests m monthly fan 
magazine advertising have sent thousands of contestants to theatres. 




M-G-M's "FIRE BRIGADE" TIE-UP 

12,000 Fire Chiefs are part of the amazing promotion behind M-Q-M's $2 road- 
show fire picture. "Never before a tie-up of such value to each exhibitor. 




M-G'M's BIG TIE-UP WITH "MARINES" 



Behind the $2 hit "Tell it to the Marines" is a tie-up wnh the U S Marines which 
insures theatres everywhere the most sensational of promotion 

SHOWMANSHIP! SHOWMANSHIP! 




MAE MURRAY 

as 

"VALENCIA" 

In MetrO'Qoldwyri'Mayer's 
Forthcoming Feature 

VALENCIA 



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Hobart Henley Productions 



METRO-GOLDWYN'MAYER 



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Productions 
For 1925-26 

ZANDER THE GREAT 
THE LIMITED MAIL 
THE BARRIER 
TELL IT TO THE MARINES 




Bull Photo 



GEORGE HILL 
PRODUCTIONS 



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Photo by Bull 

CHRISTY CABANNE 

Director 
M-G-M 

"THE MIDSHIPMAN" "THE MASKED BRIDE" 

With Ramon Na-varro "FRISCO SAL" M^it/i Mae Murray 

"MONTE CARLO" All Star Cajt "ALTARS OF DESIRE" 

All Sta r Cast With Mae Murray 



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Reginald Barker 

President Motion Picture 
Directors Assn. 



Current Release 

"The Flaming Forest'^ 

A Cosmopolitan Production for 
MetrO'Qoldwyn'M.ayer 

In Preparation 

"The Branding Iron'' 

by 
Katherine Neivlin Burt 



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Edmund Goulding 

Productions 



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201 




King Vidor 

Director of 

THE BIG PARADE 

La Boheme Bardelys The Magnificent The Mob 



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TOD BROWNING^S 

MONEYMAKER^S 



THE UNHOLY THREE 

THE BLACKBIRD 
ROAD TO MANDALAY 



Conming Release 
THE SHOW 



For 
'MGM- 



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BENJAMIN CHIUSTIANSON 

Directing for 

METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER 



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Bull Photo 



ROBERT Z. LEONARD 

^ DIRECTOR 



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DIMITRI BUCHOWETZKI 

PRODUCTIONS 

For 

M-G-M 



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WILLIAM NIGH 

Directed 



"The Fire Brigade" 



"Mn Wu" 



for 



M-G-M 



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W. S. Van Dyke 

Directing 

for 

M-G-M 

R ecent Productions 

''WAR PAINT" 

and 

''WINNERS OF THE WILDERNESS" 

with 

Col. Tim McCoy 



Unit Manager 
Arthur Rose 

Assistant Director 
Redd Golden 

Properties 
Edward Nugent 



Photographer 
Clyde De Vinna 

Script Clerk 
Josephine Chippo 

Grips 
Hermades Roy 



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Marcel De Sano 

DIRECTING 

FOR 

M-G-M 



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Edward Sedgwick 

Directing for 
METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER 

''THERE YOU J RE" "SLIDE, KELLY SLIDE" 

"TIN HJTS" "RED PJNTS" 

' ' THE WEST POmTER ' ' 



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CLIFFORD ROBERTSON 

CASTING DIRECTOR 

FOR M-G-M 



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Waldemar 
Young 

SCENARIST 




Bull PlK.td 



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Metro-Gold wyn- Mayer's 

"The Unholy Three" 

"The Blackbird" 
The Flaming Forest" 

Coming Release 

"The Show'^ 



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DOROTHY FARNUM 



METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER 



The Temptress Bardelys The Magnificent 

Romance-By Joseph Conrad 

THE COSSACKS 



ORIGINALS 



THE BEAUTIFUL BLUE DANUBE 



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EDITING and TITLING 



THE BIG PARADE 

TELL IT TO THE MARINES 

BROWN OF HARVARD 

THE WANING SEX 

ROAD TO MANDALAY 
HIS SECRETARY 



The Unholy Three 

Greed 

The Auction Block 

The Blackbird 

Sally, Irene and Mary 

Upstage 

Beverly of Graustark 

Money Talks 

Bright Lights 

Lights of Old Broadway 

Slave of Fashion 

The Midshipman 

The Show 



Monte Carlo 

Blarney 

Charley's Aunt 

Paris 

Exit Smiling 

Proud Flesh 

Pretty Ladies 

Dance Madness 

The Mystic 

Mike 

Sunup 

War Paint 

The Red Mill 



METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER STUDIOS 

CULVER CITY, CAL. 



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WINNIFRED ■ 


EATON REEVE 


(Onoto Watanna) 


Author of twenty-four pub- 


JK 




lished novels 


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For two years 


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Literary Adviser 


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Editor and Writer 






for 




Universal P 


ictures 
ting 




Now Wri 


For M. G. M. 


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rt Stories 


Witzel Photo 




Serials and Sho 


Adaptations 


Century Magazine 
Hearst's International 
Ladies Home Journal 


The Claw ) For 

Show Boat ) Universal 

Love Me and World Is 
Mine (rewrite) 


Saturday Evening Post 


and others. 


Scribner's 

Harper's 

And most of the 


Original Scenarios 
The Idol of Paris 


important English and 


La Tata 


American publications. 


and many 


others. 




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Gladys Unger 



DRAMATIST 



LONDON 

SUCCESSES 



"Inconstant George" 

"The Marionettes" 

"Better Not Enquire" 

"Night Birds" 

"The Marriage Mar- 
ket" 

"Betty" 

"Toto" 

"The Son and Heir" 

"Our Mr. Hepple- 
white" 

"London Pride" 




NEW YORK 
SUCCESSES 



"Love Watches" 

"Inconstant George" 

"The Marionettes" 

"The Merry Coun- 
tess" 

"The Marriage Mar- 
ket" 

"Betty" 

"The Goldfish" 

"The Business 
Widow" 

"The Werewolf" 

"Stolen Fruit" 

"Starlight" 

"The Monkey Talks" 

"Two Girls Wanted" 



In Rehearsal:— "Green Fruit," "Breakfast at Sunrise" 

Original Plays and Adaptations Purchased for the Screen 

"THE GOLDFISH" (First National) 

"THE MONKEY TALKS" (Fox) 

"THE HEART THIEF" (De Mille) 

"THE REFUGEE" (Famous Players-Lasky) 

"THE GIRL OF THE HOUR" (Famous Players-Lasky) 

"BREAKFAST AT SUNRISE" (United Artists for 
Constance Talmadge) 

"TWO GIRLS WANTED" (Fox) 

Now Writing 
for 



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Maron Frances Lee 



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Rl ,1 ,IOTT CLAWSO N 

Writing for M. G. M. 
"THE BRANDING IRON" 

Recent Release 

"ROAD TO MANDALAY" 
for M. G. M. 

"PHANTOM OF THE OPERA" 

for Universal 

''STEEL PREFERRED" ''ROCKING MOON" 
"WHISPERING SMITH" 

for p. D. C. 




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FLORENCE RYERSON 

1927 Releases 

Johnnie Get Your Hair Cut:M-G-M. 
Love Makes 'Em Wild : : : FOX 
The Demi-Bride : : : : : M-G-:M. 



In Preparation 
Tell Them To Stop : : : : M-G-M. 
Smarty ::::::: 
The Grey Hat : : : 




M-G-M. 
M-G-M. 



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F. HUGH HERBERT 

now 

Writing Exclusively 

for 

METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER 

The Waning Sex (In preparaiion) 
There You Are Smarty 
The Demi-Bride The Grey Hat 
Tell Them To Stop ( In preparation) 




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KATE CORBALEY 


Under Contract to 


Metro ' Goldwyn - Mayer 




Writing 






Originals, 


Current 


Adaptations 


Release 


and 


'THE FIRE BRIGADE" 


Continuities 








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A^ow zvith — 

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 



Jack Cunningham 



**THE COVERED WAGON" 

-DON Q" 

-THE BLACK PIRATE" 



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Originals and Adaptations 

Author of Pomp and Star- 
Glint 

Now Preparing 

"Twelve Miles Out" 

for 

Jack Gilbert 



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EDWARD 1. LOWE, Jr. 

Now Writing 

for 

M-G-M. 

Adaptations and Screen Plays 

*'THE UNDERSTANDING HEART" 

COSMOPOLITAN PRODUCTION 

"TILLIE, THE TOILER'* 

Marion Davies 




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BESSIE BEATTY 



Former editor 
McCall's Magazine 

Author 

The Red Heart of Russia 

Also fiction and travel 
stories for: 

Cosmopolitan 

Good Housekeeping 

Ladies' Home Journal 

Century 

Pictorial Review 

Liberty 

Woman's Home Companion 

Red Book, etc. 




Originals for M-G-M 

'TELL THiM TO STOP" 

for Norma Shearer 



in preparation 

ORIGINAL STORY 

for early release 



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ORIGINALS 

ADAPTATIONS 
CriDlTORIALADVISEf\^ 



(Mdapiaiioy\, Jor 
Norma Shearer 



TELL THEM TO STOP/ 



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For more than fourteen years I 
have followed European develop- 
ments in the newspapers, in the 
articles by 

HAYDEN 
TALBOT 



whose dispatches have kept the readers of Hearst 
newspapers throughout the world abreast of the 
current events across the Atlantic. 

So therefore it was with the keenest pleasure that 
I learned he had joined the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
writing staff— and with much keener pleasure did I 
learn that he and I were to be co-workers in ' 'BUTTONS, ' ' 
JACKIE COOGAN'S first play under his new contract. 

GEORGE HILL 

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Director 



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PAUL 
PEREZ 



COMEDY 

T rr L E S 




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JOHN BARCLAY 



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for 



M-G-M 



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MAX 
HAASMANN 


Java Technical Director 
for M. G. M. 


Eighteen Years in Java 


CINEMATOGKAPHEK 














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RICHARD 

SCHAYER 



Photoplay Wright 



Recent Release 
^TELL IT TO THE MARINES" 



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Albert Lewin 

ScKEEN Plays 

BLARNEY 

TIN HATS 

A LITTLE JOURNEY 

QUALITY STREET 

(In Preparation) 
Writing for 




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Marian Constance Blackton 

Just Completed 
Adaptation and Continuity 

for 

The American' 

First Film Made With New Stereoscopic Process 
Directed by 

J. STUART BLACKTON 

Now Writing for 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 




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DOUGLAS FURBER 

hihrettist — ScenaYist'"h'yrist 

"BATTLING BUTLER" 

The Chariot Revues The Music Box Revue 

Adaptation — Continuity "Lovers" (John M. Stahl) 
Titles— "The Gay Deceiver" (John M. Stahl) 
New Stories —"The Hunchback Minstrel", 
"The Phantom Caress" etc. 




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LORNA MOON 




gdjMH 


BOOKS 


iL^^M 


^^^^H 


"DOORWAYS IN 

DRUMORTY" 


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IHH 


"FLUTES AND LOVERS" 

(On Press) 




"^^1 


SCENARIOS 




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"UP STAGE" 


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■ ^^H 


"WOMEN LOVE DIAMONDS" 




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"MR. WU" 




WmumtmM 


(In Preparation) 

"ANNA KARENINA" 


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Haplry Rehs 

Originals Adaptations Scenarios 

"THE BIG PARADE" 
"LA BOHEME" 

In Preparation 

"THE MOB" 

A King Vidor Production 




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BRADLEY KI\G 

Marriage License 
Up-Stream 

THE RETURN OF PETER GRIMM 
ONE INCREASING PURPOSE 

FOX SUPER PRODUCTIONS 
Now under contract to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 










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PERCY HILBURN 

Photographing 

M. G, M. PRODUCTIONS 

''BARDELYS THE MAGNIFICENT" 



The Race Scenes in 
"BEN HUR" 



"VALENCIA" 

"BLACKBIRD" "THE FLAMING FOREST" 

"DEMI - BRIDE" 



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Paul E. Eagler 

10 Years Specializing in Trick and Experimental Photography with 

Perfected Devices. 

6 Years — Thos. H. Ince Corp. 

Experimental department and in charge of photographic department. 

I Year — Douglas Fairbanks, "Robin Hood" 
"Tess of the Storm Country." 

Last 3 Years Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios. 

1 Year in Italy doing trick photography on "Ben Hur" 

StUl with M-G-M 



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John Arnold 

Cinematographer 



THE BIG PARADE" 



'THE FIRE BRIGADE" 



MR. WU 



*'DAY OF SOULS" 



Evans' Photo 



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HARRY MILLARDE 



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Directing 

For 
M. G. M. 

Current Release 

THE TAXI DANCER" 



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ROY D'ARCY 



Don Fernando 



''VALENCIA" 



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METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER 
IS THE WORLD'S CHAMP 

— and gets you the heavy weight doughl 

LET the Lion fight your opposition. 
HE knows how. 
M-G'M exhibitors are in the 
BIG'money class. 
THEY get the Big Stuff to handle. 
THE pubUc is wise to the fact 
THAT the important pictures . . . 
THE talked-about attractions 
COME from Metro-Goldwyn'Mayer. 
WISE showmen joined M-G'M early. 
THEY*RE rich today . . . and getting richer. 
THEY'RE the Champs of the Industry. 
JOIN the livest crowd of all . . . 
GET that championship feeling with 
METRO-GOLDWYN'MAYER 

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MY CHOICE 

IS 

BECAUSE 

1— They have the stars my 
public wants 

2— They talk my own language 
at the box-office 

S—They have experienced showmen 
in the studio 

4 — They get behind their product 
with live promotion 

5— They give me accessories that 
sell tickets 

6— They are young blood 

7— They give me a feeling 
of security through 
the years 

8 They make the important talked 
about pictures 

9— They are the choice of my 
patrons 

10 — They make money for exhibitors 

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Unto Those Who Sin— Selig-V.L.S.E. .. .3-8-16 

U. 35 (German Submarine) — C. B. Price 

Unveiling Hand, The— World 3-2-19 

Unwilling Hero, An — Gwyn 7-17-21 

Unwelcome Mother, The— Fox 9-7-16 

Unwritten Code, The— World S-4-19 

Unwritten Law, The— Calif M. P 1-20-16 

Unwritten Law, The— Columbia- SR 10 25-25 

Unwelcome Mrs. Hatch — Famous 

Unwilling Hero, An — Goldwyn 

Up and Going— Fox 3-26-22 

Up and Al 'Em 

Upheaval, The— Rolfe-Metro 9-14-16 

Up in Mary's Attic— Fine Arts-St Rgt 8-1-20 

Up in the Air About Mary — Asso Exhib 

Uplifters, The— Metro 6-29-19 

Up or Down— Tri 11-1-17 

Upper Crust, The — American-Mutl 7-5-17 

Up Romance Road — Mutl 6-30-18 

Up the Ladder— Univ-J 1-25-25 

Upside Down— Tri 6-15-19 

Upstairs — Gwyn 8-31-19 

Upstairs and Down — Selzk-Select 6-15-19 

Upstart, The— Rolfe-Metro 2-10-16 

Up the Road with Sallie— Selzk-Select 4-25-18 

U. P. Trail— Hdksn 11-7-20 

Usurper, The— Vita 4-20-19 

V 

Vagabond Luck— Fox 11-30-19 

Vagabond of France, A— Pathe 1-12-19 

Vagabond Prince, The — Ince-Tri 9-28-l(> 

Vagabond Trail, The — Fox 3-9-24 

Valley Of The Missing— Fox 

Valley Of The Moon, The — Famous 

Valley of Silent Men— FP-L 9-3-22 

Valentine Girl, The- F. P.-Prmt S-10-17 

Valley of Doubt— Selzk 

Valley of Lost Souls, The — Independent-SR 

10-14-23 

Valley of the Giants, The— F. P.-L 9-14-19 

Valley of Tomorrow, The— Pathe 1-18-20 

Valley of Hate, The— Russell- SR 6-29-24 

Valley of the Wolf, The— Allied P&D 

Valiants of Virginia, The— Selig-V.L.S.E, 6-29-16 

Vampire, The — Metro 

Vamp, The — Ince-Prmt 7-21-18 

Vampire, The — Unt Pic 

Vanishing American — FP-L 10 5 25 

Vanishing Maid — Arrow-S.R 

Vanity— Pop P&P-Metro 1-11-17 

Vanity Fair— Gwyn 5-13-23 

Vanity Fair— Edison -Kleine 10-14-15 

Vanity's Price— FBO 10-12-24 

Varmit, The— Lasky-Prmt 9-13-17 

Veil of Happiness, The — Klein-SR 12-23-23 

Veiled Adventure, The— Select 5-11-19 

Veiled Marriage, The— HImark 3-14-20 

Veiled Woman, The— Hdksn 6-11-22 

Velvet Hand, The— Bluebird-Univ 10-6-18 

Velvet Paw, The— Paragon-Brady-World 8-31-16 

Vendetta— Howell-SR 12-25-21 

Vengeance — World 5-26-18 

Vengeance is Mine — Horsley-Mutl 1-27-16 

Vengeance is Mine — Astra-Pathe 12-6-17 

Vengeance of Durand — Vita 12-14-19 

Vengeance of the Deep — Selzk 4-22-23 

Vengeance Trail, The — Aywon-SR 9-11-21 

Village Blacksmith— Fox 11-12-22 

Virginia Courtship, A — FP-L-R 1-29-2J 

Verdict, The— Goldstone-SR 7-12 25 

Venus Model, The — Gwyn 6-23-18 

Venus of the South Seas — SR 

Vera the Medium— Gordon F. Co 1-4-17 

Vermillion Pencil, The— FBO 3-19-22 

Very Good Young Man — F.P.-L 

Very Idea, The— Metro 2-22-20 

Very Truly Yours— Fox S-28-22 

Via Wireless— Pathe Gold Rooster 9-23-15 

Vicar of Wakefield, The — Thanhouser- 

Pathe 3-8-17 

Vice of Fools— Vita 11-14-20 

Vickey Van— Prmt 3-23-19 

Victim, The — Fox 1-18-17 

Victim, The— C.BC.-S.R 

Victor, The— Univ 7-22-23 

Victoria Cross, The — Lasky-Prmt 12-14-16 

Victory— F. P.-L 12-7-19 

Victory of Conscience, The — Lasky-Prmt 8-31-16 



Victory of Virtue, The— Exclusive 12-2-lS 

Vigilantes, The — Arrow 

Village Scandal, The— Keystone-Tri 11-8-15 

Village Sleuth— F. P.-L 9-19-20 

Venus in the East — Prmt 1-26-19 

Virgin's Sacrifice, A — Vita 

Virgin of Stamboul, The— Univ 2-29-20 

Virgin, The— Goldstone-SR. ., ,. . . 10-26-24 

Virgin Paradise, A— Fox 8- 7-21 

Virginian, The — Famous 

Virginian, The— Prefrd 11-18-23 

Virtuous Liars — Vita 4-13-24 

Virtuous Men — S.L 4-13-19 

Virtuous Model, The— Pathe 9-28-19 

Virtue's Revolt — Steiner-SR 

Virtuous Sinners — Pioneer 5-18-19 

Virtuous Thief, The— F. P.-L 9-21-19 

Virtuous Vamp, The— 1st Natl 11-30-19 

Virtuous Wives — 1st Natl 1-3-19 

Vital Question, The— Vita-V.L.S.E 4-6-16 

Vive La France— Ince-Prmt 9-29-18 

Viviette — Lasky-Prmt 6-2-18 

Vixen, The— Fox 12-7-16 

Voice from the Minaret, The— 1st Nat 2-11-23 

Voice of Conscience — Metro 

Voice of Destiny, The— Diando-Pathe 6-16-18 

Voice In The Fog — Famous 

Voices of the City— Gwyn 8-20-22 

Voice in the Dark, A — Gwyn 6-12-21 

Voices— Kremer-SR 10- 3-20 

Voices— Kremer-St Rgt 10-3-20 

Volcano, The — Raver-Hdksn-Pathe 8-17-19 

Volunteer, The — World 

Vortex, The— Tri 

Vultures of Society— V.L.S.E 2-10-16 

W 

Wager, The— Rolfe-Metro 11-23-16 

Wages for Wives — Fox 11-22-25 

Wages of Virtue— FP-L 11-30-24 

Wagon Tracks — Prmt-Artcraft 8-17-19 

Waifs, The— Kay Bee-Tri 4-6-16 

Waifs— Astra-Pathe 7-28-18 

Waiting Soul, The— Pop, P&P-Metro 3-28-17 

Waking Up the Town— Unit Art 412-25 

Wakefield Case, The— World Film-St Rgt.. 4-10-21 

Walk OflTs— Metro 

Walls of Jericho — Fox 

Wall Between, The — Quality-Metro 4-6-16 

Wall Flower, The— Gwyn 7-2-22 

Wallop, The— Univ 5-8-21 

Walloping Wallace — Artclass-SR " 

Wall St. Mystery — Arrow-S.R 

Wall Street Tragedy, A — Mirror-Mutl ..8-17-16 

Wall St. Whizz, The— FBO 10 25 25 

Wanderer, The— FP-L 8 30 25 

Wanderer of the Wasteland— FP-L 7-13 24 

Wandering Daughters— 1st Nat 7-1-23 

Wandering Fires — Arrow-SR 10-11-25 

Wandernig Footsteps — Ginsberg-SR 11-15-25 

Wandering Husbands— Pi o Dist 6-8-24 

Wanted a Home— Bluebird ....9-21-16 

Wanted — A Brother — Gen 

Wanted— A Husband— F. P.-L 12-21-19 

Wanted — A Mother — Peerless-World 4-4-18 

Wanted at Headquarters — Univ 10-10-20 

Wanted for Murder— Rapf 12-22-18 

Wanters, The — 1st Nat 

War and the Woman — Thanhouser-Pathe 9-13-17 

War Brides — Brenon-Selzk 11-16-16 

War Bride's Secret, The — Fox 10-12-16 

War of the Tongs, The— Red F 2-15-17 

Warfare of the Flesh, The— War'n-St Rgt 4-26-17 

Warning, The — Equitable 12-16-15 

Warrens of Virginia, The — Fox 

Warrior, The — Ita!a-Raver-St Rgt 7-26-17 

Warrior Gap — Davis-SR 

Was It Bigamy— Steiner-SR 9-27-25 

Wasp, The— Peerless-World 4-11-18 

Wasted Years, The— HorsIey-Mutl 6-22-16 

Wasted Lives— 2nd Nat-SR 

Watch Him Step— Goldstone-SR 5-7-22 

Watch Your Step— Gwyn 5-21-22 

Watching Eyes — Arrow 

Water Lily— Tri ._ 

Water, Water Everywhere — Gwyn 2-8-20 

Waterfront Wolves— Gerson-SR 3-16-24 

Wax Model, The— Pallas-Prmt 2-8-17 



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Way of a Girl, The— Met-Go 4-5-25 

Way of a Man, The— Pathe 11-18-23 

Way of a Maid, The— Selzk 11-13-21 

Way of a Man, The— Lee Bdford-SR 

Way Down East— Untd Art 9-12-20 

Way of a Man With a Mrud, The— Prmt. .1-5-19 

Way of a Woman, The— Select 8-3-19 

Way of the Strong — Metro 

Way of the Transgressor, The— Ind Pic-SR 

Way of the World, The— Red F 6-29-16 

Way Out, The— Peerlesj-World 4-11-18 

Way Women Love— Lyric Film SR 2-13-21 

Way Men Love. The— Grand-Asher-SR ..11-4-23 

Wc Can't Have Everything— Artcraft 7-7-18 

We Should Worry- Fox 6-30-18 

Wealth— F. P.-L 7-10-21 

Weaker Vessel, The — TJniv 6-8-19 

Weakness of Man, Th.'— Brady-World 7-13-16 

Weakness of Strengtn, The— Pop. P&P- 

Metro 8-24-16 

Weaver of Dreams, h — Rolfe-West Coast- 
Metro 2-28-18 

Weavers of Life, The— Warren-St Rgt ..11-22-17 

Web of Chance, The— Fox 12-21-19 

Web of Deceit, T'ie— Pathe 1-4-20 

Web of Desire, The— Peerless-Brady- World 3-1-17 

Web of the Law, The — Selzk 

Week End Husbands— Equity-SR 2-10-24 

Week-End, The— Pathe 

Wedding Bells— 1st Nat 8-21-21 

Wedding Song, The— Pro Dist 12-17-25 

Wedlock— Paralt-t-Hdksn 7-14-18 

Welcome Children— Nat'l Ex-SR 

Welsh Singer, A— English-Mutl 7-24-16 

Welcome Children— Nat Exch-SR 10-9-21 

Welcome Home — FPL 5-24-25 

Welcome Stranger— Pro Dist 10-19-24 

Welcome to Our City— Prod-Sec-SR 

We Moderns — 1st Nat 12-13-26 

West of the Pecos — Steiner-SR 

West vs. East — Sandford-SR 

West of the Water Tower— FPL 1-6-24 

West of Chicago — Fox 

West is WeM— Univ 11-28-20 

West of the Rio Grande — Lubin-SR 

Western Demon, A — Western F-SR 

Western Fate — Arrow-SR 

Western Luck — Fox 6-1S-24 

Western Firebrands— Aywon-SR 11-13-21 

Western Justice — Arrow- SR 

Western Speed — Fox 5-7-22 

Western Blood — Fox 

Western Hearts— Asso Photo-SR 6-12-21 

Western Vengeance — Ind Pic-SR 8-3-24 

Western Wallop, The— Univ 10-5-24 

Western Yesterdays — Arrow-SR 

Westerners, The — Hampton-Hdksn 8-10-19 

Westbound Limited— FBO 4-22-23 

Wet Gold— Gwyn 7-31-21 

Wharf Rat, The— Fine Arts-Tri 12-14-16 

What Am I Bid— Univ 4-6-19 

What A Wife Learned— 1st Nat 1-28-23 

What Becomes of the Children — Film Mkt 

What Children Will Do— Hlmark 

What Fools Men— 1st Nat 1011-25 

Whatever the Cost — Plaza-Hdksn 10-6-18 

What Every Woman Knows— F. P.-L 3-6-21 

What Every Woman Learns— F. P.-L 10-26-19 

What Every Woman Wants — Hampton- 

R.-C.-Ex Mutl 4-20-19 

What Happened in 22 — Frohman-Brady- 

WorM 6-24-16 

What Happened to Father— Vita-V.L.S.E 12-9-15 

What Happened to Jones— F. P.-L 8-15-20 

What Happened to Rosa — Gwyn 4-17-21 

What Love Can Do— Red F 6-1-16 

What Love Forgives — World 1-12-19 

What Love Will Do— Fox 9-11-21 

What Shall We Do with Him— World 

What Shall I Do— Pro Dist 6-29-24 

What Three Men Wanted— Ind Pic-SR 4-27-24 

V/hat Will People Say?— Metro 1-6-16 

What Women Love — 1st Natl 8-15-20 

What Women Will Do— Assoc Exhib 213-21 

What Women Want — Pioneer 

What Would You Do?— Fox 1-25-20 

What Money Can't Buy — Famous Art 



What Do Men Want— FBO G 11-20-21 

What No Man Knows— Equity-SR 12-25-21 

What Fools Men Are— Amer Rel 12-3-«2 

What Wives Want— Univ 5-6-23 

Whatever She Wants— Fox 12-11-21 

What's a Wife Worth— R.-C 4-17-21 

What's Worth While?— F. P.-L 

What's Your Husband Doing?— F. P.-L.. 2-8-20 

What's Your Hurry— F. P.-L 8-22-20 

What's Your Reputation Worth?— Vita 

What's His Name — Famous 

What's Wrong With Women— Equity-SR. . .8-13-22 

Wheel, The— Fox 8-30-25 

Wheels of the Law, The— Rolfe-Metro 9-28-16 

Wheels of the Pioneers — Denver Dixon . . 

When A Girl Loves — Univ 

When A Girl Loves— Asso Ex 6-1-24 

When a Man Loves— Vita 1-18-20 

When a Man's a Man— 1st Nat 2-10-24 

When a Man Rides Alone — American- 

Pathe 12-29-18 

When A Man Sees Red — Fox 

When Arizona Won — Kremer 

When A Woman Loves — Metro 

When a Woman Sins — Fox 9-15-18 

When a Woman Strikes— Film CI. House .... 

When Baby Forgot — Lasalida-Pathe 6-7-17 

When Bear Cat Went Dry — World 

When Danger Smiles— Vita • • • • • 

When Dawn Came— Prod Sec-SR 12-26-20 

When Dawn Came — Prod Sec 

When Doctors Disagree— Gwyn irv:. 

When Do We Eat?— Ince-Prmt 1^;M' 

When Fate Divides— Fox ^„ :ii 

When False Tongues Speak — Fox 10-4-17 

When Honor Calls— Pathe „ \V A-i 

When Husbands Deceive— Asso Ex ••••••• -"'f^o? 

When Knighthood Was in Flower— FPL ..9-17-22 

When Knights Were Bold— Hamilton-SR • • • • 

When Love Comes— FBO ^f J° ,^ 

When Love is King — Edison-Kleine 2-17-16 

When Love Is Young — Arista-SR 

When Love Was Blind— Pathe •••• 

When Men Are Tempted— Vita \\ -X 

When Men Betray — Ivan-Graphic 6-2-18 

When Men Desire— Fox 3-9-19 

When My Ship Comes In — Film CI. House 

When Odds Are Even — Fox 1 1-25-23 

When Quackel Did Hyde— Aywon-SR .••■ 

When Romance Rides — Gwyn 4-16-22 

When the Clouds Roll by— Un Art 1-4-20 

When the Desert Calls— Amer Rel 11-19-22 

When the Desert Smiled — Arrow 

When the Door Opened— 11-15-25 

When the Devil Drives— Asso Exhib .......-•• •• 

When True Love Dawns — French-World. .8-^-17 

When We Were Twenty-One— Pathe 1-9-21 

Where are My Children?— Univ ....... .4-^20-16 

Where Bonds are Loosed — Waldorf-St Rgt..8-3-l!» 
Where is My Father?— Exclusive-St Rgt 10-12-16 

Where Is My Husband? — Pioneer 

Where Is This West— Univ ........ „ . .. 

Where Is My Wandering Boy Tonight? 2-5-^^ 

Where Lights Are Low— R-C ^'^ ,; 

Where Love Leads— Fox ^ Vo, 

Where Men Are Men— Vita 9-18-21 

Where The Pavement Ends — Metro 3-11-23 

Where The Trail Divides — Famous 

Where the North Begins— Warner .. . -9-2-23 

Where the West Begins — Amencan-Pathe. .3-16-19 

Where Was I — Univ-J 8-30-25 

Which Woman— Univ ^'},^„ 

While New York Sleeps— Fox 8-1-20 

While the Pot Boils — Educational 3 25-23 

While the Devil Laughs — Fox 

While Fire Raged— Pathe ::-^;V>> 

While Justice Waits— Fox ^',26-22 

While Satan Sleeps— FPL 7-2-22 

While Paris Sleeps— Hdksn 1-21-23 

Whims of Society— World •/;::•;; 

Whip, The— Paragon-St Rgt l",^"!. 

Whipping Boss, The — MonogramSR 12-16-23 

Whirl of Life, The— Cort ""I'I'VL 

Whirlpool, The— Select 7-7-18 

Whirlpool of Destiny — Red F 8-31-16 

Whirlwind Ranger — Arrow-Sr 



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Whisper Market, The— Vita 8-29-20 

Whispers— Select 7-4-20 

Whispered Name, The— Univ 1-13-24 

Whispering Chorus, The — DeMille-Artcraft 3-28-18 

Whispering Devils — Equity 

Whispering Shadows — World- SR 

Whispering Smith — Signal-Mutl 6-8-16 

Whistle, The— F. P.-L 4-3-21 

Whistling Jim— AywonSR 8-2-25 

White and Unmarried— F P.-L 6-12-21 

White Circle, The— F. P.-L 8-29-20 

White Desert, The— Met-Go 7-12-25 

White Dove. The— R.-C 

White Fang— FBO 4-26 25 

White Flower, The — FP-L 3-4-23 

White Heather, The— Tourneur-Hiller & 

Wilk 5-11-19 

White Hand, The— Prod Sec 

White Monkey, The — 1st Nat 7-14-25 

White Outlaw, The — Univ 6-21-25 

White Thunder— FBO 

Whispering Shadows — Peacock SR 

Whispering Women — Clk Cornelius-SR 

White Hands — FBO-G 

White Hell— Bartlett-SR 

White Man— Schulberg-SR 11-16-24 

White Masks, The— W M Smith-SR 

White Oak, The— FPL 11-6-21 

White Shoulders — 1st Nat 1 1-26-22 

White Lies — Fox 6-6-20 

White Lie, The — Paralta-Hdksn 9-1-18 

White Moth, The— 1st Nat 6-1S-24 

White Panther, The— Goldstone-SR 1-27-24 

White Rose, The — Unt Art 6-10-23 

White Sheep — Asso Ex 11-30-24 

White Sister, The — Metro 9-9-23 

White Tiger — Univ-J 11-18-23 

Who Threw the Brick — Selzk 

Whom the Gods Would Destroy — Prod Sec 

Who Are My Parents? — Fox (reviewed as 

A Little Child Shall Lead Them) 9-10-22 

White Scar, The— Univ 

White Man's Chance, A— Brunton-Hdksn- 

White Man's Law, The— Lasky-Prmt 5-2-18 

White Moll, The— Fox 7-18-20 

White Pearl, The— F. P.-Prmt 10-14-15 

.„f-**'''^ 8-17-19 

White Raven, The — Rolfe-Metro 1-25-17 

White Rider, The — Masterpiece-St Rgt. .8-22-20 

White Rider, The— Peerless-SR 

White Rosette, The — American-Mutl 2-3-16 

White Sin, The— FBO 2-17-24 

White Shadow, The— Selzk 

White-Washed Walls — Hampton '3-9-19 

White Youth — Univ 12-19-20 

Whither Thou Goest ?— Samwick-St Rgt ..7-26-17 

Who Am I? — Selzk 7-10-21 

Who Cares? — Select 1-19-19 

Who Goes There? — Vita '" 12-6-17 

Who Killed Walton?— Tri '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.4-25-li 

Who Knows? — Bernstein ] 12- 6-17 

Who Loved Him Best — Mut 

Who Shall Take My Life— Film Mkt! ! .' ! ! ! ! ! " ' ' ' 

Who Was the Other Man— Univ 

Who Will Marry Me?— Univ 1-26-19 

Whom the Gods Destroy— Greater Vita. . 12-14-16 

Whom the Gods Destroy — 1st Natl 

Who's To Blame? — Tri .5-19-18 

Who's Your Brother? — Curtiss-St Rgt 11-26-19 

Who's Your Neighbor?— Master-St Rgt ..6-21-17 

Who's Your Servant? — R.-C 3-14-20 

Why America Will Win — Fox !!9-29-18 

Why Announce Your Marriage? — Selzk 1-22-22 

Why Change Your Wife?— F. P.-L 5-2-20 

Why Do Men Marry — Unity-SR 9-17-22 

Why Germany Must Pay — Metro "l -19-19 

Why Get Married — Asso Ex ...6-1-24 

Why Girls Leave Home— Warner-SR ...'9. 4-21 

Why I Would Not Marry — Fox 11-24-18 

.V;^,^^ Leave Your Husband— Equality-SR 

Why Men Forget — FBO 1-29-21 

Why Men Leave Home — 1st Nat ....5-25-24 

Why Smith Left Home — F. P.-L 11-2-19 

Why Trust Your Husband— Fox 1-30-21 

Why Women Re-Marry— Asso Photoplays- SR 

11-25 23 



Why Worry— Pathe 9-9-23 

Wicked Darling, The— Univ 2-2-19 

Wide Open Town, A— Selzk 2-26-22 

Widow by Proxy— F. P.-L 10-5-19 

Widow's Might, The — Lasky-Prmt 2-7-18 

Wife Against Wife — 1st Nat 

Wife's Awakening, A— R-C 8-28-21 

Wife By Proxy, A— Columbia-Metro 1-18-17 

Wife He Bought, The— Bluebird 2-14-18 

Wife No. 2— Fox 8-16-17 

Wife on Trial, A— Butterfly 8-9-17 

Wife of the Centaur — Met-Go 1-11-25 

Wife of Country— Tri 

Wife in Name Only — Selzk 

Wife Against Wife— 1st Nat 

Wife Trap, The— FP-L 

Wife With a Past— Univ 

Wife Who Wasn't Wanted, The— Warner. .9-13-25 

Wife's Sacrifice, A — Fox 3-30-16 

Wife's Romance, The— Metro 9-30-23 

Wild Strain, The— Vita 

Wild and Wooly — Fairbanks-Artcraft 7-5-17 

Wildcat, The— Ind Pic-SR 

Wildcat, The— Balboa- Mutl 5-3-17 

Wildcat of Paris — Univ 

Wilderness Trail, The— Fox 7-13-19 

Wild Bull's Lair, The— FBO 8-2-25 

Wild Bill Hickok— FP-L 11-25-23 

Wildfire— Vita 7-14-25 

Wild Girl, The— Tanguay-Weber-Select. . 11-8-17 

Wild Girl, The— Truart-SR 

Wild Girl of the Sierras, A— Fine Arts-Tri 6-15-16 

Wild Goose, The— F. P.-L 5-15-21 

Wild Goose Chase — Tri 

Wild Honey— DeLuxe-Sherry 12-22-18 

Wild Horse Mesa— FP-L 8-16-25 

Wild Tusice- Uni Ar 8-2-25 

Wild Life— Trii 8-25-18 

Wild Oats— Kleine-Edison 1-27-16 

Wild Oranges— Met-Go 3-9-24 

Wild Party, The— Univ 10-7-23 

Wild Primrose^— Vita 8-11-18 

Wild Winship's Widow— Kay Bee-Tri ..5-31-17 

Wild Women— Butterfly-Tri 3-7-18 

Wild, Wild Susan— FP-L 816-25 

Wild Youth— Blackton-Prmt 3-28-18 

Willow Tree, The— Metro 1-11-20 

Will He Conquer Dempsey — Selzk 

Wild Animal Life — Famous 

Wildflower — Famous 

Wild Honey— Univ 3-5-22 

Wildcat Jordan— Goldstone-SR 10-29-22 

Wildness of Youth— Graphic-SR 8-27-22 

Wilson Or The Kaiser — Metro 

Wild Night— Univ 

William Tell — Famous 

William Tell— Sunshine F-SR 5-24-25 

Williamson Submarine Pictures — Univ 

Winding Stair, The— Fox 10-18-25 

Winding Trail, The— Rolfe-Metro 1-24-18 

Winding Trail, The — Kremer-SR 

Window Opposite — Ivan 

Winchester Woman, The — Vita 11-16-19 

Winding Trail, The — Kremer-S.R 

Winds of Chance — 1st Nat 8-30-25 

Wine — Univ-J 9-14-24 

Wine Girl. The— Bluebird 4-4-18 

Wine of Youth— Met-Go 7-13-24 

Winged Idol, The— Kay Bee-Tri 11-25-15 

Wing Toy— Fox 2-13-21 

Wings of the Morning — Fox 12-7-19 

Wings of Pride — Tans-SR 

Wings of Love— Fox 

Wings of Youth, The— Fox 5-10-25 

Winged Mystery, The — Univ 

Winner Take All— Fox 10-19-24 

Winner Takes All— Bluebird-Univ 7-21-18 

Winning of Sally Temple, The — Lasky- 

Winning Girl, The — Prmt 3-9-19 

Winning Grandma — Diando-Pathe 8-11-18 

Winning With Wits— Fox 115-22 

Winning of Beatrice, The — Metro 5-26-18 

Prmt 2-22-17 

Winning Stroke. The — Fox 10-5-19 

Winning His Wife — Univ 

Wise Fool, A— F. P.-L 6-5-21 



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Wise Husbands — Pioneer 

Wise Son, A — Max Graf 

Wise Kid, The— Univ 2-26-22 

Wise Virgin, The— Pro Dist 

Wishing King Man, The — Vita 3-2-19 

With Neatness & Dispatch — Metro 

Without Compromise — Fox 11-12-22 

Witching Hour, The— F. P.-L 3-6-21 

Witch, The— Fox 3-9-16 

Witchcraft — Prmt 10-26-16 

Witching Hour, The — Frohman 11-30-16 

Witch Woman, The— Peerless-World 4-25-17 

With Hoops of Steel— Paralta-Hdksn 5-12-18 

With This Ring— Schulberg 9-13-25 

Without Fear— Fox 4-23-22 

With Neatness and Dispatch — Metro 

Within the Law — 1st Nat 5 6 23 

Without Benefit of Clergy— Pathe 6-26-21 

Without Honor— Tri 12-20-17 

Without Limit — Metro 2-20-21 

Without Mercy — Pro Dist 10-11-25 

Within the Cup — Paralta-Hdksn 3-21-18 

Within the Law— Greater Vita 5-17-17 

Witness for the Defense, The— F. P.-L 9-28-19 

Wits vs. Fits — Hlmark 6-6-20 

Wit Wins— Hlmark 

Wives and Other Wives — American-Pathe 12-8-18 

Wives of Men — Pioneer 9-1-18 

Wizard of Oz, The— Chadwick-SR 4-19-25 

Wolf Blood— Lee Bradford-SR 

Wolf, The— Vita , 8-10-19 

Wolf and His Mate, The — Butterfly 12-6-17 

Wolf Lowry — Kay Bee-Tri 6-7-17 

Wolf of Debt, The — Univ 9-30-15 

Wolf Woman, The— Ince-Tri 8-31-16 

Wolf Law— Univ 10-22-22 

Wolf Man, The— Fox 3-16-24 

Wolf Pack, The— S R 

Wolf's Fangs, The— Prod Sec-SR 

Wolverine, The — Asso Photo-SR 

Wolves of the Border — Tri 5-12-18 

Wolves of the Night — Fox 7-27-19 

Wolves of the North — Univ 5-15-21 

Wolves of the Rail — Artcraft 1-17-18 

Wolves of the Street — Arrow-S.R 

Woman Above Reproach — Aywon-SR 

Woman Alone, A — Peerless-Brady-World 1-4-17 
Woman and the Beast, The — Graphic-St 

„ Rgt 12-13-17 

Woman and the Law — Fox 3-28-18 

Woman and the Puppet, The — Gwyn 4-11-20 

Woman and Wife — Select 1-17-18 

Woman Breed, The — FBO 

Woman Beneath, The— Peerless- World. . 10-'25'- 17 

Woman Between Friends, A — Vita 2-28-18 

Woman Conquers, The — 1st Nat 2-25-23 

Woman Game, The — Select 3-14-20 

Woman Gives, The — 1st Natl 4-18-20 

Woman God Changed, The — F. P.-L 6-5-21 

Woman God Forgot, The — Artcraft 11-8-17 

Woman God Sent, The — Select 7-18-20 

Womanhandled — FPL 1-10-26 

Woman Hater, The — Warner 7-19-25 

Woman He Chose, The— Mickey-St Rgt. . 11-23-19 

Woman on the Jury, The— 1st Nat 5-25-24 

Woman He Loved — Amer Rel 9-10-22 

Woman He Married, The — 1st Nat 4-16-22 

Woman — Hiller & Wilk 11-3-18 

Woman in 47, The— Frohman-Equitable. .2-17-16 

Woman He Loved, The— Selzk 

Woman in His House, The — 1st Natl 8-15-20 

Woman in Politics, The — Thanhouser-Mutl 1-20-16 

Woman in Room 13, The — Gwyn 4-11-20 

Woman in Room 1 3, The — Gwyn 

Woman in the Case, The — F. P. -Prmt 8-10-16 

Woman in the Suitcase, The — F. P.-L 1-18-20 

Woman in Chains, The— Amalgamated-SR. 

Woman in White, The— Thanhouser-Pathe 6-28-17 
Woman Michael Married, The— B. B.-R.- 

C.-Ex. Mutl 7-27-19 

Woman Next Door, The — Kleine-Edison ..9-9-15 

Woman of Bronze, The — Metro 4-1-23 

Woman of Impulse, A — Prmt 9-22-18 

Woman of Lies— World 11-2-19 

Woman of Mystery — Aywon-SR 

Woman of No Importance — Selzk 6-11-22 



Woman of Pleasure — Pathe 9-14-19 

Woman of Paris, The— Unt Art 10-7-23 

Woman of Redemption, A — World 6-30-18 

Woman on the Index, The — Gwyn 

Woman on the Jury, The — 1st Nat 5-25-24 

Woman Proof— FPL 11-4-23 

Woman Pays, The- — ^Metro 

Woman the German Shot, The — Plunkett 

& Carroll 11-2-18 

Woman There Was, A— Fox 6-8-19 

Woman Thou Gavest Me, The — Prmt-Art- 

craft 6-15-19 

Woman Under Cover, The — Univ 9-14-19 

Woman Under Oath, The— Tribune-Pic. .6-22-19 

Woman Untamed— SR 10-31-20 

Woman, Wake Up — Asso Exhib 

Woman With Four Faces, The— FPL ...6-24-23 

Woman Who Walked Alone— FPL 6-11-22 

Woman Who Believed — Artclass-SR 

Woman Who Came Back — Asso Ex 8-13-22 

Woman Who Dared, The — Calif M. P. Co 7-20-16 

Woman Who Fooled Herself— Asso Ex 11-12-22 

Woman Who Gave, The — Standard-Fox. . 10-20-18 

Woman Without A Heart, The — Pathe 

Woman to Woman — Selzk 1-20 24 

Woman Who Sinned, A — FBO 3-9-24 

Woman, Woman — Fox 

Woman's Awakening, A — Fine Arts-Tri. .3-29-17 

Woman's Business, A — Jans-St Rgt 8-1-20 

Woman's Experience, A — Bacon-Backer. .9-29-18 

Woman's Faith, A — Univ-J 8-9-25 

Woman's Fight, A — Pathe 8-31-16 

Woman's Fool, A — Carey-Univ 8-4-18 

Woman's Honor, A — Fox 6-15-16 

Woman's Law, The — Arrow-Pathe 3-30-16 

Woman's Man, A — Arrow 6-13-20 

Woman's Past, A — Fox 12-9-15 

Woman's Place — 1st Nat 10-23-21 

Woman's Power, A — World 3-2-16 

Woman's Resurrection — Fox 

Woman's Side, The— 1st Nat 4-9-22 

Woman's Secret, A— Al P&D 

Woman's Triumph — Famous 

Woman's Way, A— Brady-World 8-10-16 

Woman's Weapon — F.P.-L 

Woman's Woman, A— Un Art-Al Prod 10-9-22 

Woman's Woman — R Clark-SR 

Womanhood — Vita 4-5-17 

Women and Gold— Gotham-SR 1.18-24 

Women First— Columbia-SR 12-14-24 

Women Men Forget — Un Pic 3-14-20 

Women Who Give— Met-Gold 3-16-24 

Women Men Love — Bradley-St Rgt 1-23-21 

Women Men Marry — Genius-SR 10-29-22 

Women Who Wait — (See under title of 
"Forbidden Love") 

Wonderful Adventure, A — Fox 9-30-15 

Wonderful Chance— Selzk 10-3-20 

Wonderful Thing, The— 1st Nat 11-13-21 

Wonderful Wife, A— Univ 4-23-22 

Wonder Man, The— R.-C 6-6-20 

Wonders of the Sea— Williamson 10-29-22 

Wooden Shoes— Kay Bee-Tri 8-30-17 

Wood Nymph, The— Fine Arts-Tri 1-13-16 

Wooing of Princess Pat, The— Vita 2-21-18 

Words and Music — Fox 

World Aflame, The— Pathe 8-3-19 

World Against Him, The — Paragon-Brady- 
World 12-21-16 

World and His Wife, The— F. P.-L 7-18-20 

World and its Woman, The— Gwyn 9-21-19 

World and the Woman, The — Thanhouser- 
Pathe 11-2-16 

World Apart — Famous Art 

World For Sal^— Para 

World to Live In, The— Select 2-23-19 

World of Folly, A— Fox 6-13-20 

Wordly Goods— FP-L 11-9-24 

Worldly Madonna, The— Equity-SR 7-16 22 

World's Applause, The— FPL 2-4-23 

World's A Stage, The— Principal-SR 1-2S-23 

World's Champion, The— FP-L 3-5-22 

Worlds Apart— Selzk 2-27-21 

World's Great Snare, The — F. P. -Prmt 7-6-16 

Worst of Friends, The — Keystone-Tri 1-13-16 

Would You Forgive— Fox 4-18-20 

Wrath— McClure-Seven Sins-Tri 3-8-17 

Wreck, The— Vita 



236 



Wreckage— Banncr-SR 8-30-25 

Wrongdoers, The— Astor-SR 

Writing on the Wall, The— V.L.S.E 2-10-16 

Wrong Door, The — Bluebird 3-2-16 

Wrong Woman, The — Graphic-SR 

Wyoming Wildcat, The— FBO 

y 

Yankee Doodle in Berlin — Sennett-Sol- 

T pccAf 4-13-19 

Yankee G'irl'.The^Morosc'o-'Prmt ..*.'... 10-28-15 

Yankee Pluck— Peerless-Brady-World 5-24-17 

Yankee Princess, A — Vita 4-13-19 

Yankee Consul, The— Asso Ex 2-24-24 

Yankee Doodle, Jr.— Burnside-SR 3 19-22 

Yankee Madness— FBO 4-6-24 

Yankee Speed— Sunset-SR 7-20-24 

Yankee Go-Getter, The — Arrow 

Yankee Way — Fox 

Yaqui, The— Bluebird 3-30-16 

Years of the Locust, The — Lasky-Prmt. . 11-23-16 

Yellow Dog, The— Univ 10-24-18 

Yellow Passport, The— World 2-24-16 

Yellow Pawn, The — Lasky-Prmt 11-30-16 

Yellow Streak, The — Columbia-Metro 12-9-15 

Yellow Tickets, The— Pathe 

Yellow Men and Gold — Gwyn 6-1 1-2J 

Yellow Stain, The— Fox S-14 2a 

Yellow Typhoon. The— 1st Natl 5-16-20 

Yes or No— 1st Natl 7-11-20 

Yesterday's Wife— CBC-SR 

Yoke of Gold. The— Red F 8-17-16 

Yolanda— Met-Go 2-24-24 

Yosemite Trail, The — Fox 9-17-22 

You Are Guilty — Mastodon-SR 3-25-23 

You Are In Danger — Blair-Coan-SR 12-2-23 

You and I— Radiosoul-St Rgt 3-6-21 

You Can't Believe Everything — Tri 6-23-18 

You Can't Fool Your Wife— FP-L 4-29-23 



You Can't Get Away With It — Fox 

You Find it Everywhere — Howells-St Rgt.. 3-20-21 

Your Friend and Mine — Metro 3-18-23 

You Never Can Tell— Realrt 10-10-20 

You Never Know — Vita 

You Never Know Your Luck — Hdksn 

You Never Saw Such a Girl— Prrat 3-9-19 

Young Ideas — Univ 7-6-24 

Young Diana, The— FPL 7-30-22 

Young Mrs. Winthrop— F. P.-L 3-28-20 

Young Mother Hubbard — Essanay-Perfec- 

tion 11-1-17 

Young Rajah, The— FP-L 11-12-22 

Your Best Friend— Warner-SR 3-26-22 

Your Daughter and Mine — Pricc-SR 

You're Fired— Prmt 6-22-19 

Your Friend & Mine — Metro 

Your Wife and Mine— St Rgt 4-6-19 

Youth and Adventure — FBO 

Youthful Cheaters— Hdksn 5-27-23 

Youthful Folly— Select 4-3-20 

Youth of Fortune, The — Univ-Red F 5-4-16 

Youth Must Have Love— Fox 9-10 22 

Youth For Sale— Burr-SR 10-19-24 

Youth's Gamble— Rayart-Sr 7-26 25 

Youth— Peerless- World 8-9-17 

Youth to Youth— Metro 10-29-22 

Youth's Endearing Charm — American-Mutl 8-31-16 

Youth's Desire— Forward FD-SR 

Yvonne From Paris — American-Pathe ....7-6-19 

Z 

Zander the Great— Met-Go 5-10-25 

Zaza— F. P. -Prmt 10-7-15 

Zeppelin's Last Raid, The — U. S. Ex. 

Zara— FP-L 9-23-23 

Bking Corp 11-15-17 

Zero Hour— World 

Zollenstein — Gen 

Zongar— Bernarr McFadden 1-24-18 



Books And Plays Released Under New Titles 

THIS compilation contains 500 original titles of plays and books from which motion 
picture stories have been adapted, and the title under which the film was released, 
also the name of the author. It does not include titles of books and plays where the 
original title was retained upon release. This data is presented primarily to aid those 
wishing to know if a certain book or play has been produced, where its title has been 
changed when put into scenario form. It is impossible to obtain the original name of 
every title change, due to the fact that ofttimes distributors do not mention the change 
when a film is released. 

Distributors and release dates on anv of the following released up to January 1, 
1926, will be found in the list of "Title? of 8,000 Features," on page 71. All 1926 releases 
are embodied in "Feature Productions of the Year," page 35. 

ORIGINAL TITLE RELEASE TITLE AUTHOR 



Admirable Crichton 




Male and Female 


James M. Barrie 




Adventures of Wally 


Gay, The 


Steel Preferred 


H. S. Hall 




After Five 




The Night Club 


Wm. De Mille 




All Must Marry ' 




Woman Proof 


George Ade 




Altar on the Hill, 


The 


The Silent Watcher 


Mary Roberts Rinehart 




Always Faithful 




Flashing Fangs 


Ewart Adamson 




Amos Judd 




The Young Rajah 


John Ames Mitchell 




Angel Face Molly 




The Heart Bandit 


Fred Kennedy Myton 




Anne's An Idiot 




Da-ngerous Innocence 


Pamela Wynne 




April Madness 




June Madness 


Crosby George 




April Showers 




April Fool 


Edgar Allen Wolfe 




Arabian Nights 




The Thief of Bagdad 







237 



ORIGINAL TITLE 


RELEASE TITLE 


AUTHOR 




Aren't We All 


A Kiss in the Dark 


Frederick Lonsdale 




Bab 


Bab's Burglar 


Mary Roberts Rinehart 




Bab 


Bab's Diary 


Mary Roberts Rinehart 




Bab 


Bab's Matinee Idol 


Mary Roberts Rinehart 




Bab 


Her Country First 


Mary Roberts Rinehart 




Back from the Dead 


Back to Life 


Andrew Soutar 




Bad iSamaritan, The 


Desert Driven 


Eugene M. Rhodes 




Banco 


Lost— A Wife 


Alfred Savoir 




Barbara Winslow Rebel 


The Dangerous Maid 


Elizabeth Ellis 




Bed Rock 


Coming Through 


Jack Bethea 




Behind the Wheel 


The Speeding Venus 


Welford Beaton 




Belonging 


In Every Woman's Life 


Olive Wedsley 




Best in Life, The 


Fifth Avenue Models 


Muriel Hine 




Big Show, The 


Bigger Than Barnum's 


Arthur Guy Empey 




Bird Man, The 


The High Flyer 


J. Frank Clark 




Bitterness, The 


Look Your Best 


Rupert Hughes 




Billeted 


Misleading Widow 


F. Tennyson, Jesse & H. M 
Harwood 




Billy Kane, White & 
Unmarried 


White and Unmarried 


John D. Swain 




Black Beach 


The Love Flower 


Ralph Stock 




Black Marriage 


Her Man O'War 


Fred Jackson 




Blaze Derringer 


American Pluck 


Eugene P. Llye, Jr. 




Blue Blood and the Pirate 


Breed of the Sea 


Peter B. Kyne 




Book Engineer, The 


The Midnight Flyer 


Arthur Guy Empey 




Book of Carlotta 


Sacred and Profane Love 


Arnold Bennett 




Born of the Cyclone 


Untamed Youth 


Marion Burton 




Bride, The 


The Danger Girl 


Geo. Middleton & Stuart Oliver 




Broadway Bab 


Ruth of the Rockies 


Johnston McCulley 




Broken Threads 


Man froriT Funeral Range 


Ernest Wilkes 




Brute Breaker, The 


The Ice Flood 


Johnston McCullough 




Buccaneer of the Bahamas 


Sweet Daddies 


Unknown 




Caesar's Wife 


Infatuation 


W. Somerset Maugham 




Caleb West-Master Diver 


Deep Waters 


F. Hopkinson Smith 




Calvary Alley 


Sunshine Nan 


Alice Heagan Rice 




Cape Cod Folks 


Women Who Give 


Sarah P. McLean 




Captain Applejack 


Strangers of the Night 


Walter Hackett 




Capt. Dieppe 


Adventure in Hearts 


Anthony Hope 




Captflin Sazarac 


The Eagle of the Sea 


Chas. Tenney Jackson 




'Ception Shoals 


Out of the Fog 


H. Austin Adams 




Champion, The 


The World's Chamoion 


Thos. Louden & A. E. Thomas 




Charmed Life of Miss Austin 


Crooked Streets 


Samuel Merwin 




Chatterbox. The 


Smooth as Satin 


Bayard Veiller 




Checkers 


Gold Heels 


Henry M. Blossom Jr. 





238 



ORIGINAL TITLE 


RELEASE TITLE 


AUTHOR 




Chicken Feed 


Wages for Wives 


Guy Bolton 




Chicken Wagon Family, The 


The Dixie Merchant 


Barry Benefield 




Ching, Ching, Chinaman 


Shadows 


Wilbur Daniel Steele 




Clansman, The 


The Birth of a Nation 


Thomas Dixon 




Clark's Field 


Dangerous Money 


Robert Herrick 




Click of the Triangle T 


Phantom Bullet 


Oscar Friend 




Clinging Fingers 


The Price of Pleasure 


Elizabeth Holding and Marion 


Orth 


Cob Web, The 


Strangling Threads 


Leon M. Lion & E. Naughton 

Davies 




Collusion 


The Midnight Lovers 


J. E. Harold Terry 




Come-Back, The 


The Knockout 


M. D. C. Crawford 




Conquest of New France, The 


Gateway to the West 


George M. Wrong 




Conqueror's House 


The Call of the North 


G. H. Broadhurst 




Conquest of New France, The 


Wolfe and Montcalm 


George M. Wrong 




Cenqu'stador 


The Yankee Senor 


Katherine Fullerton Gerould 




Corn Cob Kelley 


The Shamrock Handicap 


Peter B. Kyne 




Cornflower Cassia's Concert 


Beauty and the Bad Man 


Peter B. Kyne 




Country Love 


Youth to Youth 


Hulbert Footner 




Counterfeit 


Flirting With Love 


LeRoy Scott 




Cowboy and the King, The 


Lightning Lariats 


George Yates, Jr 




Cowpunching for Cupid 


Tom and His Pals 


F. A. Mindlin 




Crimes of the Armchair Club 


The Mystery Club 


Arthur Somers Roche 




Cub, The 


Rainbow Riley 


Thompson Buchanan 




Curse of Capistrano, The 


The Mark of Zorro 


Johnston McCuUcy 




Cuttle's Hired Man 


Against All Odds 


Max Brand 




Czarina, The 


Forbidden Paradise 


Lajos Biro & Meynhert Lenjyel 




Dalla, the Lion Cub 


The Female 


Cynthia Stockley 




Danger 


The Woman with Four Faces 


Bayard Veillcr 




Dangerous Maid, A 


Poor Schmaltz 


Sydney Rosenfeld 




Dashing 


A Six Shootin' Romance 


Ruth Comfort Mitchell 




Das Hohe Lied ) 
The Song of Songs J 


Lily of the Dust 


Suderman (book) 
Edw. Sheldon (play) 




Das Verloren Paradise 


The Lost Paradise 


Ludwig Fulda 




Dark Rosaleen 


The Flying Horseman 


Max Brand 




Daughter of Mother McGinn, Th 


(Through the Dark 


Jack Boyle 




Daughter of a Magnate 


The Love Special 


Frank H. Spearman 




Day of the Confederacy, The 


Dixie 


Nathaniel W. Stephenson 




Dead Man's Gold 


No Man's Gold 


J. Allan Dunn 




Dear Defender, The 


On Thin Ice _ 


Alice Ross Clover 




Dear Maid of Dreams 


Helene of the North 


Betty Fitgerald 




Dear Me 


The Purple Highway 


Luther Reed & Hale Hamilton 




Debts of Dishonor 


Soiled 


Jack Boyle 




Definite Object, Th« 


Her Reputation 


Jeffrey Famol 




Delicatessen 


Tt Must Be T^ove 


Brooke Planlon 




Desert Fiddler, The 


Percy 


Wm. H. Hamby 





239 



I 



ORIGINAL TITLE 


RELEASE TITLE 


AUTHOR 




Desert Healer. The 


Old Loves and New 


E. M. Hull 




Desperate Woman, A 


Ladies At Play 


Sam Janney 




Devil's Own, The 


Manhattan . 


Talbot Mundy 




Divorcons 


Let's Get a Divorce 


Victorien Sardou 




Dixie 


The Dixie Handicap 


Gerald Beaumont 




Doctor Nye 


Idle Tongues 


Jos. C. Lincoln 




Dog of Flanders, A 


A Boy of Flanders 


Louise De La Ramee (Ouida) 




Doormat, The 


The Honeymoon Express 


Ethel Clifton & Brenda Fowler 




Driftwood 


Daring Love 


Albert Payson Terhune 




Don Caesar de Bazan 


Spanish Dancer 


Adolphe D'Enery & P. S. T. 
Dumenier 




Doubling for Lora 


Her Big Night 


Peggy Gaddis 




Dubrovsky 


The Eagle 


Alexander Pushkin 




Dutch and English on the 
Hudson 


Peter Stuyvesant 


Maude Miller Goodwin 




Easy Street 


The Easy Road 


Blair Hall 




Editha's Burglar 


The Family Secret 


Frances Hodgson Burnett 




Eleventh Virgin, The 


The Woman Hater 


Dorothy Day 




Ellen Young 


The Quest of Life 


Edmund Goulding 




Emperor of Portugalia, The 


The Tower of Lies 


Selma Lagerof 




Enter Darcy 


Wanted a Husband 


Samuel Hopkins Adams 





Eugenie Grandet 



The Conquering Power 



Honore de Balzac 



Eve of the Revolution 



Declaration of Independence Carl Becker 



Even Stephen 



Just Another Blonde 



Gerald Beaumont 



Everything Money Can Buy 


After Business Hours 


Ethel Watts Mumford 


Ex-Duke, The 


The Prince of Tempters 


E. Phillips Oppenheim 


Face 


Unguarded Women 


Lucy Stone Terril! 


Falcon, The 


For Woman's Favor 


Bocaccio 


Fashions for Men 


Fine Clothes 


Franz Molnar 


Fathers of New England, Th 


eThe Pilgrims 


Charles M. Andrews 


Fathers of New England, The 


The Puritans 


Charles M. Andrews 


Fawn, The 


Marriage Maker 


Edward Knoblock 


First and the Last, The 


The Stranger 


John Galsworthy 


Flame, The 


Montmartre 


Hans Muller 


Flaming Passion 


Lucretia Lombard 


Kathleen Noiris 


Flight to the Hills, The 


The Runaway 


Chas. Neville Buck 


Flower of Napoli, The 


The Man in Blue 


Gerald Beaumont 


Free Love 


Sinners in Silk 


Benjamin Glazer 


Further Adventures of Tom 
Sawyer 


Huck and Tom 


Mark Twain 


Gallant Guardsman, The 


My Own Pal 


Gerald Beaumont 


Game of Light, The 


The Live Wire 


Richard Washburn Child 


Gambling Chaplain, The 


Wild Oats Lane 


Gerald Beaumont 


Garlan & Co. 


Souls for Sables 


David Graham Phillips 



240 



ORIGINAL TITLE 


RELEASE TITLE 


AUTHOR 


Ghost's Story 


Earlhbound 


Basil King 


Girl of the Pampas, The 


Flame of the Argentine 


Burke Jenkins 


Girl Who Lived In the Woods.lLittle 'Fraid Lady 


Marjorie B. Cooke 


Girl Who Was the Life of 
the Party, The 


Girls Men Forget 


Mary Roberts Rinehart 


God's Fool 


Glorious Fool 


Fanny Kilbourne 


Good Luck 


The Sporting Lover 


Seymour Hicks & Ian Hay 


Grand Cross of the Crescent 


Stephen Steps Out 


Richard Harding Davis 


Great Music 


Soul Fire 


Martin Brown 


Great Well, The 


Neglected Women 


Alfred Sutro 


Grifters, The 


The Little Irish Girl 


C. D. Landcaster 


Hail and Farewell 


Heart of a Siren 


Wm. Hurlburt 


Harbor Bar, The 


Loving Lies 


Peter B. Kyne 


Hassan 


The Lady of the Harem 


Jas. Elroy Flecker 


He Stopped at Murder 


Going the Limit 


Arthur Ebenhack 


Head and Shoulders 


The Chorus Girl's Romance 


F. Scott Fitzgerald 


Heart of a Thief, The 


Paths to Paradise 


Paul Armstrong 


Heart of Sally Temple, The 


Winning of Sally Temple 


Rupert Holland 


Heart of the Night Wind, The 


Big Timber 


Vingie E. Roe 


Heavenbent 


The Rainmaker 


Gerald Beaumoat 


Here's How 


The Mad Whirl 


Richard Washburn Childs 


Hermit Doctor of Gaya, The 


Stronger Than Death 


I. A. R. Wylie 


Hi Taxi 


The Timid Terror 


Walter A. Sinclair 


Hillman, Th« 


Behold This Woman 


E. Phillips Oppenheim 


Hollywood and the Only Child Hollywood 


Frank Condon 


Horse Sense 


The Set Up 


L. V. Jefferson 


House Behind the Hedge, TheUnknown Treasures 


Mary Spain Vigus 


House of Glass, The 


The Lure of Jade 


Marion Orth 


Howdy Folks 


Thunder Mountain 


Pearl Franklin 


Humanizing Mr. Wimsby 


Making a Man 


Peter B. Kyne 


Husbands of Edith, The 


The Fast Worker 


Robt. W. Chambers 


Idle Hand! 


The Ruling Passion 


Earl Derr Biggers 


Idylle of Red Gulch, The 


The IMan from Red Gulch 


Bret Harte 


If a Woman Will 


Crashing Thru 


Elizabeth De Jeans 


Imperfect Impostor, The 


Irish Luck 


Norman Venner 


Impostor, The 


Daughter of Luxury 


Leonard Merrick & Martha Mor- 
ton 


Impulie« 


Sporting Chance 


Roger Hartman 


Inevitable Millionaire, The 


Millionaires 


E. Phillips Oppenheim 


Inheritors, The 


The Gaiety Girl 


I. A. R. Wylie 


In Praise of James Carabine 


Blarney 


Donn Byrne 


In Secret 


Black Secret 


Robt. W. Chambers 


In the Garden of Charity 


Tides of Passion 


Basil King 



241 



ORIGINAL TITLE 


RELEASE TITLE 


AUTHOR 


In the Street of the Flying 
Dragon 


Five Days to Live 


Dorothy Goodfellow 


Inner Shrine, The 


The Street Called Straight 


Basil King 



Interlocutory 



Tomorrow's Love 



Charles Brackett 



Interpreter's House 



I Want My Man 



Struthers Burt 



Iiiv'isible Government, The 



Exclusive Rights 



Jerome Wilson 



Invisible Wounds 


The New Commandment 


Col. Frederick Palmer 




Iris 


A Slave of Vanity 


Arthur Pinero 




Iron Chalice, The 


Red Dice 


Octavus Roy Cohen 




Isle of Life, The 


The Blonde Saint 


Stephen French Whitman 




It's Mine 


Borrowed Trouble 


George W. Bartlett 




I Will Repay 


Swords and the Woman 


Baroness Orczy 




Jack in the Pulpit 


Jack O' Hearts 


Gordon Harris 




James the Fogey 


Th Call of Youth 


Henry Arthur Jones 




Janie of the Waning Glories 


The Bar-C Mystery 


Raymond Spears 




Jean of the Lazy J 


Ridin' Thunder 


B. M. Bower 




Jeanne of the Marshes 


Behind Masks 


E. Phillips Oppenheim 




Jem of the Old Rock 


Winning Girl 


Geo. Weston 




Jenny's Escapade 


Stranded in Paris 


Hans Bachwitz-Fritz Jokobstetter 




Jerry Comes Home 


Itching Palms 


Roy Briant 




Jerry Settles Down 


The Cowboy Cop 


F. R. Pierce 





Joan Thursday 



Greater Than Marriage 



Louis Joseph Vance 



Joseph Greer and His Daughter What Fools Men 



Henry Kitchell Webster 



Judith of Blue Lake Ranch 


Two Kinds of Women 


Jackson Gregory 


Jungle Law 


A Man Must Live 


1. A. R. Wylie 


Jungle Water Hole, The 


A Dangerous Adventure 


Francis Guihan 


Jtmk 


The Idle Rich 


Kenneth Harris 


Just and the Unjust, The 


Hell's 400 


Vaughn Kester 



Kid's Last Fight, The 



Red Hot Hoofs 



George Yates, Jr. 



Kingdom of Heart's Desire, 
The 



You Never Saw Such a Girl Geo. Weston 



King's Jackal, The 


Honor Among Men 




Kings in E.xile 


Confessions of a Queen 


Alphonse Daudet 


Kitten and the King, The 


The Traffic Cop 


Gerald Beaumont 


L'Atlantide 


Missing Husbands 


Pierre Benoit 


La Berceau 


The Cradle 


Eugene Bireux 


Ladder, The 


Ladder of Lies 


Harold Vickers 


Ladyfingers 


Alias Ladyfingers 


Jackson Gregory 


Lady of Lyons, The 


In the Name of Love 


Edward Bulwar-Lytton 


Lady Who Played Fidele, The 


The Scarlet Saint 


Gerald Beaumont 


La Passerella 


Marriage of Kitty 


De Gresac & De Croissct 


La Peau de Chagrin 


Slave of Desire 


Honore de Balzac 


La Rubia 


A Wife's Romance 


H. W. Roberts 



242 



ORIGINAL TITLE 


RELEASE TITLE 


AUTHOR 


Laughing Lady, The 


Society Scandal 


Alfred Sutro 


Law-Bringers, The 


The Eternal Struggle 


G. B. Lancaster 


Leah Kleschna 


Girl Who Came Back 


C. M. S. McLellan 


Leah Kleshna 


The Moral Sinner 


C. M. S. McLellan 


Ledger of Life, The 


Private Affairs 


Geo. Patullo 


Legionary, The 


The Silent Lover 


Lajos Biro 


Life in the Latin Quarter 


La Boheme 


Henri Murger 


Lilie, The 


Three Women 


Yolanthe Marees 


Liliom 


A Trip to Paradise 


Benjamin Glazer 


Limehouse Night* 


Broken Blossoms 


Thos. Burke's Volume of Stories 


Little Miss Bluebeard 


Miss Bluebeard 


Gabriel Dregely 


Little Lady of the Big House The Little Fool 
The 


Jack London 


Little More, A 


The Gilded Highway 


W. B. Maxwell 


L'Occident 


Eye for Eye 


Henry Kistaemaecher 


Lola Montez 


The Palace of Pleasure 


Adolf Paul 


Lone Hand, The 


Lone Hand Sanders 


Frank M. Clifton 


Lord Chumley 


Forty Winks 


David Belasco and Henry De Mille 


Lord of Thundergate, The 


Thundergate 


Sidney Herscheel Small 


Lord's Referee, The 


The Blue Eagle 


Gerald Beaumont 


Love- Dreams 


Her Gilded Cage 


Elmer Harris & Ann Nichols 


Love Insurance 


The Reckless Age 


Earl Derr Biggers 


Lover of Camille, The 


Deburau 


Sacha Guitry 


Lyons Mail, The 


The Midnight Stage 


Henry Irving 


Magnificent Ambersons, The 


Pampered Youth 


Booth Tarkington 


Magnolia 


Fighting Coward 


Booth Tarkington 


Main Spring 


Lost at Sea 


Louis Jos. Vance 


Maker of Gestures, A 


Too Many Kisses 


John Monk Saunders 


Malefactor, The 


lest of Honor 


E. Phillips Oppenheim 


Mam'selle Joe 


Silent Years 


Harriet T. Comstock 


Man from Ashaluna, The 


On the Stroke of Three 


Henry Payson Dowst 


Man from Blankley's 


Fourteenth Man 


F. Anstey 


Man from Mexico, The 


Let's Get Married 


H. A. DuSouchet 


Man Who Killed, The 


Right to Love 


Claude Farrere & Pierre Frondaie 


Man Without a Country 


As No Man Has Loved 


Everett Hale 


Manhandling Ethel 


Enchantment 


Frank R. Adams 


Manifestation of Henry 


Straight Is the Way 


Ethel Watts 


Marcel Levignet 


House of Silence 


Elwyn Barron 


Mariposa 


The Charmer 


Henry Baerlein 


Marriage of Olynipe, The 


New Lives for Old 


Emile Augier 


Maryland, My Maryland 


Bride of the Storm 


Tas. Francis Dwyer 


Mary Carey 


Nobody's Kid 


Kate L. Bosher 


Mary the Third 


Wine of Youth 


Rachel Crothers 



243 



ORIGINAL TITLE 



RELEASE TITLE 



AUTHOR 



Martinique 



Volcano 



Laurence Eyre 



Master of Men, The 



Name the Man 



Sir Hall Caine 



Men of Affairs 



Thare's Millions In It 



Roland Pertwee 



Merry Wives of Gotham, The Lights of Old Broadway 



Laurence Eyre 



Methais Sandorf 



The Isle of Zorda 



Jules Verne 



Minick 



Welcome Home 



Edna Ferber — Geo. S. Kaufman 



Miracle 



A Woman's Faith 



Clarence Buddington Kelland 



Miracle of Hate, The 



The Man Who Fights Alone James Shelley Hamilton 



Miss Nancy 




Her Father's Son 


Anna Fielder 




Misunderstood 




Boy of Mine 


Booth Tarkington 




Mitzt 




The Rose of Paris 


Delly 




Moby Dick 




The Sea Beast 


Herman Melville 




Modern Madonna, A 


The Forgotten Law 


Stanley Caroline Abbot 




Money Master, 


The 


A Wise Fool 


Gilbert Parker 




Money Rider, 


The 


Down the Stretch 


Gerald Beaumont 




Mon Homme 




Shadows of Paris 


Andre Picard-Francis Carco 





Moon Flower, The 



Kve's Secret 



Lajoz Biri 



Morals of Marcus Ordeyne 



The Morals of Marcus 



Wm. J. Locke 



Mother O'Day 



City That Never Sleeps 



Leroy Scott 



Mother, The 



Poverty of Riches 



Leroy Scott 



Mountebank 



Side Show of Life 



Wm. J. Locke 



Mouth of the Dragon, The 



The Perfect Flapper 



Jessie Henderson 



Mrs. Paramor 



Married Flirts 



Louis Joseph Vance 



Myles Calthorpe 



Thou Art the Man 



F. E. Mills Young 



My Mamie Rose 



Fool's Highway 



Owen Kildare 



My Lord of the Double B 



The Lady from Hell 



Norton S. Parker 



National Anthem 



The Marriage Whirl 



J Hartley Manners 



Naughty Cinderella 



Good and Naughty 



Avery Hopwood 



Naughty Wife. The 



Test of Honor 



Fred Jackson 



Nerve of Foley, The 



The Runaway Express 



Frank Spearman 



Nest Egg, The 



Marry Me 



Anne Caldwell 



Net, The 



Fair Lady 



Rex Beach 



New Henrietta. The 



The Saphead 



Winchell Smith & Victor Mapes 



Newr York West 



West of Broadway 



Wallace Smith 



Nibelungen 



Siegfried 



Wagner's Opera 



Noose, The 



The Green Temptation 



Constance Linsay Skinner 



Nostromo 



The Silver Treasure 



Joseph Conrad 



O Promise Me 



The Buckaroo Kid 



Peter B. Kyne 



Oath of Stephen Huller, The Variety 



E. A. Dupont 



Octave of Claudius, The 



Blind Bargain 



Barry Pain 



Old Northwest, The 



Vincennes 



Frederic Austin Ogg 



On Parole 



The Western Wallop 



Adolph Bannauer 



One of Us 



The Love Burglar 



Jack Lait & Jos. Swerling 



244 



ORIGINAL TITLE 


RELEASE TITLE 


AUTHOR 


Once a Peddler 


The Little Giant 


Hugh McNair Kahler 


Once to Every Man 


The Fighting Heart 


Larry Evans 


Only a Dream 


The Marriage Circle 


Lothar SchmidJ 


'Op C My Thumb 


Suds 


Frederick Fenn & Richard Pryce 


Open Door 


Is Matrimony a Failure 


Oscar Blujnenthal & Gustav 
Kadelburg 


Orphan, The 


The Deadwood Coach 


Clarence Mulford 


Other Timet 


Children of Jazz 


Harold Brighouse 


Outlaw, The 


Hearts and Spurs 


Jackson Gregory 


Over the Border 


Three Bad Men 


Herman Whitaker 


Overland Red 


Sunset Trail 


Henry Kerbert Knibbs 


Page Tim O'Brien 


Love in the Dark 


John Morose 


Painted Scene, The 


The Great Adventure 


Henry Kitchell Webster 


Painted Woman, The 


Slave Market 


Frederick Arnold Kummer 


Pal O'Mine 


Thundering Hoofs 


Marian Jackson 


Pandora La Croix 


As Man Desires 


Gene Wright 


Parson of Paramint, The 


While Satan Sleeps 


Peter B. Kyne 


Pavillion on the Links 


White Circle 


Robt. Louis Stevenson 


Peaceful Percy 


Fools in the Dark 


Bertram Millhauser 


Pearls Before Cecily 


Risky Business 


Chas. Brackett 


Peggy Be Careful 


The Understudy 


Ethel M. Hadden 


Peggy of Beacon Hill 


The Love Gamble 


Mayzie Greig 


Pelican, The 


Marriage License 


F. Tennyson Jesse & H. M. Harwood 


Pere Goriot 


Paris at Midnight 


Balzac 


Perpetua 


Love's Boomerang 


Dion Calthrop 


Peter Ibbetson 


Forever 


Geo. du Maurier 


Pierre of the Plains 


Heart of the Wilds 


Edgar Selwyn 


Pierre of the Plains 


Over the Border 


Edgar Selwyn 


Pink Gods and Blue Demons 


Pink Gods 


Cynthia Stockley 


Picture on the Wall, The 


The Shadow on the Wall 


J. B. Ellis 


Pigs 


The Midnight Kiss 


Anne Morrison & Patterson McNutt 


Pioneers of Old South 


Jamestown 


Mary Johnston 


Pioneers of the Old Southwest 
The 


Daniel Boone 


Constance Lindsay 


Pioneers of the Old Southwest The Frontier Woman 
Th« ) 


Constance Skinner 


Plaster Saints 


The Spitfire 


Frederic Arnold Kummer 


Please Help Emily 


The Palm Beach Girl 


Byron Morgan 


Pop 


Remembt.''nce 


Rupert Hughei 


Poppy 


Sally of the Sawdust 


Dorothy Donnelly 


Potash and Perlmutter in 
Hollywood 


Business Before Pleasure 


Jules Eckert Goodman and Mon- 
tagu Glass 


Prince Zillah 


Her Final Reckoning 


Julia Claretie 


R Princess Zim, Zim 


A Coney Island Princess 


E. L. Sheldon 



245 



ORIGINAL TITLE 


RELEASE TITLE 


AUTHOR 




Private Pettigrew's Girl 


Pcttigrew's Girl 


Dana Burnett 




Problem in Grand Larcen> 


Missing Millions 


Jack Boyle 




Purple M8»k, Th« 


The Ace of Hearts 


Gouverneur Morris 




Quarantine 


Lovers in Quarantine 


F. Tennyson Jesse 




Quarry, The 


The City of Silent Men 


John A. Moroso 




Quemado 


That Devil Quemado 


Wm. W. Winter 




Ragged Messenger, The 


Madonna of the Streets 


W. B. Maxwell 




Range Dwellers, The 


Taming the West 


B. M. Bowers 




Rangey Pete 


The Texas Trail 


Guy Morton 




Ready Letter Writer, A 


Don't Write Letters 


Blanche Brace 




Reason Why, The 


Soul Mates 


Elinor Glyn 




Rattler Rock 


Rarin' to Go 


Ralph Cummings 




Rear Car, The 


Red Lights 


Edward E. Rose 




Redemption Cove 


The Woman God Changed 


Donn Byrne 




Red Headed Husband, The 


The Silent Rider 


Katherine Kewlin Burt 




Red Lawn 


The Call of Courage 


Harold Shumates 




Red Mark. The 


Where the Pavement Ends 






Red Mirage 


The Unknown 


I. A. R. Wylie 




Relative Values 


Young Ideas 


Sophie Kerr 




Ride Him Cowboy 


The Unknown Cavalier 


Kenneth Perkins 




Right to Live, The 


That Model from Paris 


Governeur Morris 




Rita Coventry 


Don't Call It Love 


Julian Street & Herbert Osborne 




Roles 


Changing Husbands 


Zane Grey 




Romany Rye 


Life Line 


Geo. R. Simms 




Rope's End 


A Sainted Devil 


Rex Beach 




Rosanne Osanne 


Sins of Rosanne 


Cynthia Stockley 




Rosebush of a Thousand Years 


1 Revelation 


Mabel Wagnalls 




Rose in the Ring 


The Circus Men 


Geo. Barr McCutcheon 




Sacrifice 


Drums of Fate 


Stephen French Whitman 




Sadie of the Desert 


Subway Sadie 


Mildred Cram 




Salamander 


Enemy Sex 


Owen Johnspn 




Salt of the Earth 


Eyes of the Soul 


Geo. Weston 




Salvage 


Wreckage 


Izola Forrester 




Scourge of Fate, The 


Flaming Fury 


Ewart Adamson 




Sea Woman, The 


Barriers Aflame 


Willard Robertson 




Second Chance, The 


Her Second Chance 


Mrs. Wilson Woodrow 




See- Saw 


The Invisible Bond 


Sophie Kerr 




Senor Jingle Bells 


The Best Bad Man 


Max Brand 




Silent Call 


Squaw Man's Son 


E. M. Royle 




Simson Tetlows Shadow 


Ruler of the Road 


Jennette Lee 




Shulamite, The 


Under the Lash 


Claude & Alice Askew 




Skin Deep 


Almost a Lady 


Frank R. Adams 




Snake Bite 


The Lady Who Lied 


Robt. Hichens 





246 



ORIGINAL TITLE 


RELEASE TITLE 


AUTHOR 




Snowblind 


Unseeing Eyes 


Arthur Stringer 




Solving of John Somerg, The 


The Bonded Woman 


John Fleming Wilson 




Song of Songs, The 


Lily of the Dust 


Sudermann 




Spanish Conquerors, The 


Columbus 


Irving Berdine Richman 




Spanish Sunlight 


The Girl from Montmartre 


Anthony Pryde 




Spell of the Yukon, The 


The Shooting of Dan McGrew 


Robt. W. Service 




Spirit of the Road, The 


In Search of a Thirll 


Kate Jordan 




Splurge 


Early to Wed 


Evelyn Campbell 




Spring Cleaning 


The Fast Set 


Frederick Lonsdale 




Square Peg, The 


The Denial 


Lewis Beach 




Stage Door 


After the Show 


Rita Weiman 




Straight Shootin' 


The Border Sheriff 


W. C. Tuttle 




Stay Home 


I Can Explain 


Edgar Franklin 




Stronger Love 


Sunshine Molly 


Alice Von Saxman 




Strongheart 


Braveheart 


Wm. C. DeMille 




Stuff of Heroes 


How Baxter Butted In 


Harold Titus 




Stumbling Herd, The 


Rose of the Tenements 


John A. Moroso 




Summoned 


The Summons 


Katherine Newlin Burt 




Sybil 


The Duchess of Buffalo 


Max Brody & Franz Martos 




Syndafloden 


The Sin Flood 


Hcnning Berger 




Tale of Two Cities 


The Only Way 


Charles Dickens 




Tale of Red Roses 


My Man 


Geo. Randolph Chester 




Tale of Triona, A 


The Fool's Awakening 


Wm. J. Locke 




Talisman, The 


Richard, the Lion-Hearted 


Sir Walter Scott 




Tatterly 


Off the Highway 


Tom Gallon 




Technic 


The Marriage Clause 


Dana Burnett 




Tennessee's Partner 


The Flaming Forties 


Bret Harte 




Terwilliger 


Children of Dust 


Tristam Tupper 




Tessie of the Little Shop 


Tessie 


Sew ell Ford 




Tharon of Lost Valley 


The Crimson Challenge 


Vingie E. Roe 




That Pig of a Morin 


Red Hot Papa 


Guy De Maupassant 




There Was a King in Egypt 


The Lure of Egypt 


Norma Lorimer 




They're Off 


Bred in Old Kentucky 


D. C. Lancaster 




Thicker Than Water 


The Other Kind of Love 


Budeigh Fitz Oxford 




This Woman and This Man 


Guilty of Love 


Selma Lagerlof 




Thoroughbreds 


The Million Dollar Handicap 


W. A. Fraser 




Three Bears 


Three Men and a Girl 


Edward Childs Carpenter 




Three Cornered Kingdom 


If I Were Queen 


Irene D. Rabel 




Three Minutes to Go 


The Kick-Off 


Wesley Ruggles 




Thy Soul Shall Bear Witness 


The Stroke of Midnight 


Selma Lagerlof 




Tillie, a Mennonite Maid 


Tillie 


Helen R. Martin 




Timber 


Hearts Aflame 


Harold Titus 





Tizona the Firebrand 



Lady Robinhood 



Burke Jenkins & Clifford Howard 



247 



ORIGINAL TITLE 


RELEASE TITLE 


AUTHOR 




Toby Tyler 


Circus Days 


James Otis 




Tojours de Audace 


Always Audacious 


Ben Ames Williams 




Tommy Carteret 


The Face Between 


Justus M. Forman 




Toto 


The Gay Deceiver 


Maurice Hennequin & Felix Du Quesnel 




To Whom It May Concern 


The Social Code 


Rita Weiman 




Tower of Ivory, The 


Out of the Storm 


Gertrude Atherton 




Tragedy of the Koroska, The 


The Desert Sheik 


Conan Doyle 




Translation of a Savage 


Behold My Wife 


Sir Gilbert Parker 




Triple Cross for Danger 


Flighting Fury 


Walter J. Coburn 




Triple Trouble 


Adorable Deceiver, The 


Harry O. Hoyt 




Tumble In 


Seven Days 


Mary Roberts Rinehart and Avery 
Hopwood 




Two Benjamins 


Little Comrade 


Juliet Wilbur Tompkins 




Two Blocks Away 


The Cohens and Kellys 


Aaron Hoffman 




Two Gates 


The Shadow of the Law 


Henry Chapman Ford 




Two Orphans, The 


Orphans of the Storm 


Kate Claxton 




Up and At 'Em 


The Cowboy Musketeer 


Buckleigh Fitz Oxford 




Upstage 


Rouged Lips 


Rita Weiman 




Uriah's Son 


The Necessary Evil 


Stephen Benet 




Vale of Paradise 


North of the Rio Grande 


Vingie E. Roe 




Valley of Content, The 


Pleasure Mad 


Blanche Upright 




Valley of the Wolf, The 


The Hill Billy 


John Fox 




Valley of the Unchastened, TheThe Sting of the Lash 


Harvey Gates 




Vengeance of Jeffeison Gawne 


Riddle Gawne 


Chas. Alden Selzer 




Viennese Medley, The 


The Greater Glory 


Edith O'Shaughnessy 




Village Cut-Up, The 


Putting It Over 


Geo. Weston 




Virgin of San Bias, The 


The Virgin 


Julia Sabello 




Washington and His 
Colleagues 


Alexander Hamilton 


Henry Jones Ford 




Washington and His 
Comrades in Arms 


Yorktown 


Geo. M. Wrong 




Wanted a Blemish 


An Amateur Devil 


Jesse E. Henerson & Henry J. 
Buxton 




W« Are French 


Love and Glory 


P. P. Sheehan & R. H. Davis 




We Can't Be as Bad as All 
That 


Society Exile 


Henry Arthur Jones 




When the Cyclone Blows 


Untamed Youth 


G. Marion Burton 




Where is the Tropic of 
Capricorn 


East of Broadway 


Richard Connell 




Which Shall It Be 


Not One to Spare 


Mrs. E. L. Beers 




Whiff of Heliotrope 


Heliotrope 


Richard Washburn Child 




White Frontier, The 


Slander the Woman 


Jeffrey Deprcnd 




Wild Apples 


Twenty-One 


G. Cook & A. MacGowan. 




Wild Cat. The 


Tiger Love 


Manuel Penella 




Wildfire 


When Romance Rides 


Zane Grey 





248 



ORIGINAL TITLE 



RELEASE TITLE 



AUTHOR 



Willie the Worm 


Love Makes 'Em Wild 


Florence Royerson 


Winds of Destiny 


Secret Orders 


Martin Justice 


Winter City Favorite, A 


Romantic Adventuress 


Chas. Belmont Davis 


Wives 


A Wife's Awakening 


Jack Cunningham 


Woman in the Case, The 


The Law and the Woman 


Clyde Fitch 


Woman with the Mask, The 


The Masked Dancer 


Franz Molnar 



Wreckage 



Stormswept 



H. H. Van Loan 



Wrong Coat, The 




Pleasures of the Rich 


Harold MacGrath 


Yaconna Lillies 




Chickens 


Herschel S. Hall 


Yellow Dove, The 




The Great Deception 


George Gibbs 


Yellow Magic 




Buried Treasure 


E. Britten Austin 


Yellow Seal, The 




The Prairie Pirate 


W. C. Tuttle 


You Can't Always 


Tell 


Womanpower 


Harold MacGrath 


You Can't Just Wait 


Hometown Girl 


Oscar Grace 



Serial Releases 



HTHE HISTORY OF serials from 1920 to the end of 1926 is concisely given in the 
-H- following two charts. The first shows serial releases alphabetically arranged by 
titles^ with data on various production elements. The second reveals in a glance how 
activity in this field is divided insofar as producing organizations are concerned. Pathe 
and Universal, of course, lead the field in point of releases. 



k 



TITLE 


COMPANY 


STAR 


RELEASE 
DIRECTOR DATE 


Ace of Spades 


Univ 


Joe Bonomo 


Francis Ford 


10-19-25 


Adventures of Ruth 


Pathe 


Ruth Roland 


Ruth Roland 


12-28-19 


Avenging Arrow, The 


Pathe 


Ruth Roland 


Wm. Bowman and 

W. S. Van Dyke 1-23-21 


Around the World 


Univ 


Wm. Desmond 


Reeves Eason 


1-1-23 


Bar-C Mystery, The 


Pathe 


Dorothy Phillips and 
Wallace MacDonald 


Robt. F. Hill 


4-25-26 


Battling Brewster 


Rayart 


Franklyn Farnum and 
Helen Holmes 


Dell Henderson 




Beasts of Paradise 


Univ 


Wm. Desmond 


Wm. Craft 


10-1-23 


Bride 13 


Fox 


No star 


Richard Stanton 


1920 


Casey of the Coast Guard 


Pathe 


Geo. O'Hara and 
Wallace MacDonald 


Robt. F. Hill 


4-14-26 


Daredevil Jack 


Pathe 


Jack Dempsey 


W. S. Van Dyke 


2-15-20 


Days of Buffalo Bill 


Univ 


Art Acord 


Edw. Laemmle 


9-11-22 


Days of Daniel Boone 


Univ 


Jack Mower 


Frank Messinger 


6-25-23 


Diamond Queen, The 


Univ 


Eileen Sedgwick 


Edw. Kull 


1-31-21 


Do or Die 


Univ 


Eddie Polo 


J. P. McGowan 


5-30-21 


Double Adventure 


Pathe 


Chas. Hutchison 


W. S. Van Dyke 


1-23-21 


Dragon's Net 


Univ 


Marie Walcamp 


Heni-y McRae 


9-6-20 


Eagle's Talons 


Univ 


Fred Thomson 


Duke Worne 


4-30-23 


Elmo the Fearless 


Univ 


Elmo Lincoln 


J. P. McGowan 


3-9-20 



249 



TITLE 



COMPANY 



STAR 



RELEASE 
DIRECTOR DATE 



Fantotnas 


Fox 


No star 


Edw. Sedgwick 


1921 


Fast Express The, 


Univ 


Wm. Duncan 


Wm. Duncan 


3-10-24 


Fighting Marine, The 


Pathe 


Gene Tunney 


Spencer G. Bennet 7-4-26 


Fighting Ranger, The 


Univ 


Jack Daugherty 


Jay Marchant 


5-11-25 


Fighting With Buffalo Bill 


Univ 


Wallace MacDonaid 


Ray Taylor 


8-30-26 


Flame Fighter, The 


Rayart 


Herbert Rawlinson 


Duke Worne 




Fortieth Door, The 


Pathe 


Allene Ray and 
Bruce Gordon 


Geo. B. Seitz 


5-25-24 


Galloping Hoofs 


Pathe 


Allen Ray and 
Johnny Walker 


Geo. B. Seitz 


12-21-24 


Ghost City 


Univ 


Pete Morrison 


Jay Marchant 


12-3-23 


Go Get 'Em Hutch 


Pathe 


Chas. Hutchison 


Geo. B. Seitz 


4-9-22 


Great Circus Mystery 


Univ 


Joe Bonomo 


Jay Marchant 


3-9-25 


Green Archer 


Pathe 


Allene Ray and 
Walter Miller 


Spencer G. Bennet 

12-6-25 


Haunted Valley 


Pathe 


Ruth Roland 


Geo. Marshall 


S-6-23 


Her Dangerous Path 


Pathe 


Edna Murphy 


Roy Clements 


8-12-23 


House Without a Key 


Pathe 


Allene Ray and 
Walter Miller 


Geo. B. Seitz 


8-3-24 


Hurricane Hutch 


Pathe 


Chas. Hutchison 


Geo. B. Seitz 


9-25-21 


Idaho 


Pathe 


Mahlon Hamilton and 
Vivian Rich 


Robt. F. Hill 


3-1-25 


Into the Net 


Pathe 


Edna Murphy and 
Jack Mulhall 


Geo. B. Seitz 


8-3-24 


Iron Man, The 


Univ 


Albertini 


Jay Marchant 


6-16-24 


King of the Circus 


Univ 


Eddie Polo 


J. P. McGowan 


11-22-20 


Leatherstocking 


I'atlic 


Harold Miller and 
Edna Murphy 


Geo. B. Seitz 


3-23-24 


Moon Riders 


Univ 


Art Acord 


Reeves Eason 


4-26-20 


Mystery Box, The 


Davis 


Unknown 


Unknown 


6-1-26 


Mystery Pilot, The 


Rayart 


Rex Lease and 
Katherine McGuire 


Harry Moody 




Oregon Trail 


Univ 


Art Acord 


Edw. Laemmle 


3-12-23 


Perils of the Yukon 


Univ 


Wni. Desmond 


Perry Vekroff 


7-24-22 


Perils of the Wild 


Univ 


Joe Bonomo 


Francis Ford 


8-17-25 


Phantom Fortune 


Univ 


Wm. Desmond 


Robt. F. Hill 


3-19-23 


Phantom Foe, The 


Pathe 


Warner Gland and 
Juanita Hansen 


B. Millhauser 


10-17-20 


Phantom Police 


Rayart 


Herbert Rawlinson 


Robt. Dillon 




Pirate Gold 


Pathe 


June Caprice 


Geo. B. Seitz 


8-15-20 


Play Ball 


Pathe 


Allene Rav and 
Walter Miller 


'S. G. Bennet 


7-19-25 


Plunder 


Pathe 


Pearl White 


Geo. B. Seitz 


1-18-23 


Power God, The 


Davis 


Unknown 


Unknown 


6-15-26 


Radio King 


Univ 


Roy Stewart 


Robt. F. Hill 


10-30-22 


Radio Detective, The 


Univ 


Jack Daugherty 


Wm. Crinley 


4-25-26 


Riddle Rider, The 


Univ 


Wm. Desmond 


Wm, Craft 


11-24-24 



250 



RELEASE 



TITLE 


COMPANY 


STAR 


DIRECTOR 


DATE 


Robinson Crusoe 


Univ 


Harry Myers 


Robt. Hill 


3-27-22 


Ruth of the Range 


Pathe 


Ruth Roland 


Ernest C. Warde 


10-14-2.? 


Ruth of the Rockies 


Pathe 


Ruth Roland 


Geo. Marshall 


8-29-20 


Scarlet Streak, The 


Univ 


Jack Daugherty 


Henry McRae 


12-20-25 


Scotty of the Scouts 


Rayait 


Ben Alexander 


Duke Worne 


1926 


Secret Four, The 


Univ 


Eddie Polo 


Al Russell 


12-19-21 


Secret Service Sanders 


Rayart 


Richard Holt and 
Ann Little 


Duke Worne 




Silent Flyer 


Univ 


Silver Streak 


Wm. Craft 


11-8-26 


Sky Ranger, The 


Pathe 


June Caprice 


Geo. B. Seitz 


5-1-21 


Snowed In 


Pathe 


Allene Ray 


Spencer G. Bennet 7-4-26 


Social Buccaneer, A 


Univ 


Jack Mulhall 


Robt. Hill 


1-8-23 


Speed 


Pathe 


Chas. Hutchison 


Geo. B. Seitz 


1-28-23 


Stanley in Africa 


Univ 


Geo. Walsh 


Edw. Kull 


1-23-22 


Steel Trail 


Univ 


Wm. Duncan 


Wm. Duncan 


8-27-26 


Strings of Steel 


Univ 


Wm. Desmond 


Henry McRae 


6-28-26 


Sunken Silver 


Pathe 


Allene Ray and 
Walter Miller 


Geo. B. Seitz 


S-10-25 


Terror Trail 


ITniv 


Eileen Sedgwick 


Edw. Kull 


7-18-25 


Ten Scars Make a Man 


Pathe 


Allene Ray — ^Jack Mower Wm. Parke 


10-12-24 


Third Eye, The 


Pathe 


Warner Oland and 
Eileen Percy 


Jas. W. Home 


S-23-20 


Timber Queen, The 


Pathe 


Ruth Roland 


Fred Jackman 


7-16-22 


Trailed by Three 


Pathe 


Stuart Holmes and 
Frankie Mann 


Perry Vekroff 


4-4-20 


Trooper 77 


Rayart 


Herbert Rawlinson 


Duke Worne 


1926 


Vanishing Millions 


Sierra 


Wm. Fairbanks and 
Vivian Rich 


Alvin J. Neitz 


1926 


Vanishing Dagger, The 


Univ 


Eddie Polo 


J. Jaccard 


6-7-20 


Velvet Fingers 


Pathe 


Geo. SeitE and 
Marguerite Courtot 


Geo. B. Seitz 


12-5-20 


Way of a Man, The 


Pathe 


Allene Ray and 
Walter Miller 


Geo. B. Seitz 


1-20-24 


White Horseman. The 


Univ 


Eddie Polo 


J. P. McGowan 


5-30-21 


White Eagle, The 


Pathe 


Ruth Roland 


W. S. Van Dyl< 


:e 1-1-21 


Winking Idol, The 


Univ 


Wm. Desmond 


Francis Ford 


2-21-26 


Wild West, The 


Pathe 


Helen Ferguson and 
Jack Mulhall 


Robt. Hill 


9-27-25 


Winners of the West 


Univ 


Art Acord 


Edw. Laemmle 


9-26-21 


Wolves of the North 


Univ 


Wm. Duncan 


Wm. Duncan 


9-22-24 


Yellow Arm. The 


Pathe 


Warner Oland and 
Juanita Hansen 


B. Millhauser 


6-19-21 



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Company Releases of Serials 

THE CHART which follows embraces all serials found in the alphabetical com- 
pilation on page 249, but is arranged by distributing companies. The names of 
stars and directors are included in the alphabetical list. There were approximately 90 
serials released from January 1, 1920, to January 1, 1926: 



Davis Film Corp. 



TITLE 



RELEASE 
DATE 



The Mystery Box 6-1-26 

The Power God 6-15-26 



Fox Film Corp. 



RELEASE 
DATE 



TITLE 

Bride 12 1920 

Fantomas 1921 



Pathe Exchange, Inc. 



TITLE 



RELEASE 
DATE 



Adventures of Ruth 12-28-19 

Daredevil Jack 2-15-20 

Trailed By Three 4-4-20 

The Third Eye 5-23-20 

Pirate Gold 8-15-20 

Ruth of the Rockies 8-29-20 

The Phantom Foe 10-17-20 

Velvet Fingers 12-5-20 

Double Adventure 1-23-21 

The Avenging Arrow 3-13-21 

The Sky Ranger 5-1-21 

The Yellow Arm 6-19-21 

Hurricane Hutch 9-25-21 

White Eagle 1-1-21 

Go Get 'Em Hutch 4-9-22 

The Timber Queen 7-16-22 

Speed ■■10-22-22 

Plunder .'. ■~^' ■ ■ .1-28-23 

Haunted Valley 5-6-23 

Her Dangerous Path 8-12-23 

Ruth of the Range 10-14-23 

The Way of A Man 1-20-24 

Leatherstocking 3-23-24 

The Fortieth Door 5-25-24 

Into the Net 8-3-24 

Ten Scars Make A Man 10-12-24 

Galloping Hoofs 12-21-24 

Idaho 3-1-25 

Sunken Silver 5-10-25 

Play Ball 7-19-25 

Wild West 9-27-25 

The Green Archer 12-6-25 

Casey of the Coast Guard 2-14-26 

The Bar-C Mystery 5-2-26 

Snowed In 7-4-26 

The Fighting Marine 9-12-26 

House Without a Key 11-21-26 



Rayart Pictures Corp. 



TITLE 



RELEASE 
DATE 



Battling Brewster . . . . 

Flame Fighter 

Phantom Police 

Secret Service Sanders. 

The Mystery Pilot 

Scotty of the Scouts... 
Trooper 77 



Sierra Pictures 



TITLE 



RELEASE 
DATE 



Vanishing Millions 1926 

* * * 

Universal Pictures Corp. 

RELEASE 
DATE 



TITLE 



Elmo the Fearless .• 3-9-20 

Moon Riders 4-26-20 

Vanishing Dagger 6-7-20 

Dragon's Net 9-6-20 

Flaming Disk 10-4-20 

King of the Circus 11-22-20 

Diamond Queen 1-31-21 

White Horseman 3-21-21 

Do or Die 5-30-21 

Terror Trail 7-18-21 

Winners of the West 9-26-21 

The Secret Four 12-19-21 

Stanley in Africa 1-23-22 

Robinson Crusoe 3-27-22 

Perils of the Yukon 7-24-22 

Radio King 10-30-22 

Days of Buflfalo Bill 9-11-22 

Around the World 1-1-23 

Social Buccaneer, A 1-8-23 

Oregon Trail 3-12-23 

Phantom Fortune 3-19-23 

Eagle's Talons 4-30-23 

Days of Daniel Boone 6-25-23 

Steel Trail 8-27-23 

Beasts of Paradise 10-1-23 

Ghost City 12-3-23 

The Fast Express 3-10-24 

The Iron Man 6-16-24 

Wolves of North 9-22-24 

Riddle Rider 11-24-24 

Great Circus Mystery 3-9-25 

The Fighting Ranger 5-11-25 

Perils of the Wild 8-17-25 

Ace of Spades 10-19-25 

The Scarlet Streak 12-20-25 

The Winking Idol 2-21-26 

Radio Detective, The 4-25-26 

Strings of Steel 6-28-26 

Fighting With Buffalo Bill 8-30-26 

Silent Flyer 11-8-26 



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Every First National Picture is 
a showman's picture. Made by 
showmen for showmen! Show- 
manship in the titles! Show- 
manship in production! Show- 
manship in the accessories! 
And First National has the 
greatest stars on earth! 

Critics shout it — 
Box-offices echo it — 

FIRST HAJIOHALHRST/ 




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PRODUCTIONS 

Keleased by 

FIRST NATIONAL PICTURES 



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Supervising 
Four First National Productions for 1927 

(West Coast) 

Current Releases 



"PARADISE" 

Starring Milton Sills 

In Preparation 

"BALL AND CHAIN" 

•HEAD OF THE HOUSE 

OF COOMBE" 




3irAt 
notional 



"THE PERFECT SAP" 
With Ben Lyon 

"THE BUTTER AND 
EGG MAN" 

"LIGHT OF SCARTHEY' 



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"Subway Sadie" 

''Womanhood" 

Directed b:y LOTHAR MENDES 



Ball Plioto 




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Ball Phot, 



$AM HARDY 

Recall 

GET RICH QUICK WALLINGFORD 

BLUE BEARD'S SEVEN WIVES 

THE SAVAGE 

THE PRINCE OF TEMPTERS 

THE PERFECT SAP 

Coming 

ORCHIDS AND ERMINE and 
another "ROBT. KANE KNOCKOUT" 




Robert T. Kane 

Productions 
1926^27 



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"THE PRINCE OF TEMPTERS" 
"WOMANHOOD" 



"The New Commandment" 

"Bluebeard's Seven Wives" 

"The Reckless Lady" 

"The Dancer of Paris" 

1927-28 

"The Duke of Ladies" 

"French Dressing" "Peacocks of Paris" 

"Marriage a la Mode" 




Alfred Santell 

Directing 

Alfred Santell Productions 

for 

FIRST NATIONAL 



THE MARRIAGE WHIRL 

CLASSIFIED 

BLUEBEARD'S SEVEN WIVES 

THE DANCER OF PARIS 

SWEET DADDIES 

SUBWAY SADIE 

JUST ANOTHER BLONDE 

ORCHIDS AND ERMINE 



In Production 

THE PATENT LEATHER KID 




national 




CAREY WILSON 



)ceiiarist 



FIRST NATIONAL 




national 




C. C. Burr presents 

JOHNNY HINES 

Exhibitors' most consistent money-maker — 

in 

"The Live Wire" 

from Tht Game of Light' ' by Richard Washburn Child 

"Rainbow Riley" 

adapted Jrom Thompson Buchanan s stage play The Cub' ^ 

''The Brown Derby" 

adapted from the stage comedy 
by Brian S. Marlow and Francis Merlin 

''Stepping Along" 

from ''The Knickerbocker Kid" by Matt Taylor 

"All Aboard" 

from the story by Matt Taylor 

JOHNNY HINES 

is 
FIRST NATIONAL'S COMEDY KING 




national 



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The appeal is universal 

The general character is clean .... 

The entertainment value is high . . 

The tone is typically American and 
the story subconsciously in- 
spiring in every 

Johnny Hines 
Picture 

In each successive picture, youth, 
by dint of energy, honesty and re- 
sourcefulness, triumphs. 

in "The Live Wire" 

It was a circus performance 

in ''Rainbow Riley'' 

It was an alert newspaper story 

in 'The Brown Derby'' 

a young plumber with a sense of 
humor 

in "All Aboard" 

a young fellow trying to get along — 
and how ! 

in "Stepping Along" 

a young New Yorker with politi- 
cal inclinations 

Is it any wonder that Johnny Hines Comedies will play in more Picture 
Theatres and show a bigger net profit than any other series. 



C. C. Burr 

Producer of the 

JOHNNY HINES 
COMEDIES 

for 

FIRST NATIONAL 
PICTURES 





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SPURR Photo 



HARRY LANGDON 

"LONG PANTS" 

"THE STRONG MAN" 

"TRAMP, TRAMP, TRAMP* 

RELEASED THROUQH FIRST NATIONAL PICTURES 





FRANK R. CAPRA 

Directing 

HARRY LANGDON 

for 

FIRST NATIONAL RELEASE 

'STRONG MAN" "LONG PANTS" 




ARTHUR D. RIPLEY 

Scenario Editor 

of 

Harry Langdon Productions 



'THE STRONG MAN" 



"LONG PANTS" 



ROBERT EDDY 

Scenario Writer 

for 

Harry Langdon Productions 



'THE STRONG MAN" 



'LONG PANTS" 



CLARENCE HENNECKE 

Scenario Writer 
'THE STRONG MAN" "LONG PANTS* 

for 

Harry Langdon Productions 

"TOPSY AND EVA" 

for 
UNITED ARTISTS 

Comedy Constructionist for First National 





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DEL LORD 

Directing for 

FIRST NATIONAL 




national 



270 




LEROY STONE 

FILM EDITOR 



Current Production Colleen Moore's 
"TWINKLETOES" 




national 



271 




Joseph E» Henabery 

Director 

of 

"SEE YOU IN JAIU' 

for 
First National 




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273 




274 




Hoover Photo 



Winifred Dunn 

Under Contract to 

FIRST NATIONAL PRODUCTIONS 

Continuities for 

"TWINKLETOES" - starring Colleen Moore 

^'THE PATENT LEATHER KID" - starring 

Richard Bartheltness 



Now Writing Continuity for 

"THE TENDER HOUR" 

Ben Lyon and Billie Dove - George Fitzmaurice 

Production for First National Pictures 

Lichtig & Englander Representatives 








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Charles R. Rogers 

/r/LL PRODUCE IN igz-/ A SERIES OF 

KEN MAYNARD 

SUPER-WESTERNS 

And a Number of Special Exploitation 
Box Office Attractions 



For Release 

'Through 




national 



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Harry J. Brown 

— supervising — = 

Ken Maynard Unit 
First National 



Producing — Directing 



Reed Howes Series 



Rayart Release 





MARIA CORDA 

'Now Starring For 
FIRST NATIONAL 



(West Coast Studios) 

Current Releases 



'A Modern DuBarry" 

'Her Dancing Partner" 

(Ufa) 




"Madame Doesn't 

Want Children'' 
(Fox Berlin Studios) 



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Florence L. Strauss 

Scenario Editor 

[First National Pictures] 



FRED ALLEN 

Director of 

"HILL FOLKS" 

Featuring Alice Calhoun and Raymond McKee. 
Co-Director of 

"THE VALLEY OF HATE'^ 

with Sylvia Breamer 

"ROBES OF SIN" 

Featuring Gertrude Astor 

FILM EDITOR 

of 

Ken Maynard First National Pictures 





MERVYN LE ROY 

Comedy Constructor 
Colleen Moore Productions 

"ORCHIDS and ERMINE" 

"TWINKLE TOES" 

"IT MUST BE LOVE" 

"ELLA CINDERS" 

"I R E N £" 

"WE MODERNS" 

"THE DESERT FLOWER" 

"SALLY" 



Robert M. Haas 



Art Director 



hloxv With 

Robert T. Kane Prods. 



lifAt 

national 



ERNEST HALLER 

Cinematograp her 

'The Prince of Tempters" "The Wilderness Woman" 

'Womanhood" (Working Title) "The Great Deception" 

IN PREPARATION 
"The Duke of Ladies" 



CHARLES HINES 

Director of 

JOHNNY HINES 

First 'National's Comedy King 
in 

'The Brown Derby" 
"Stepping Along" 

Season 1926-1927 




national 



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JANE MURFIN 



SCENARIOS 



ORIGINALS 



SAM E. RORK PRODUCTIONS 

Adaptation and Continuity 

"MOTHER" with Belle Bennett 

'THE SAVAGE" with May McAvoy and Ben Lyons 

"SLAVE OF FASHION" with Norma Shearer 



In Production 
THE NOTORIOUS LADY" with Lewis Stone and Barbara Bedford 




ALICE 
WHITE 

Under Contract to 

First National Productions 

Supporting 

MILTON SILLS 



in 



"The Runaway Enchantress" 



Carsey Photo 




HEISLER 

"Stella Dallas" 
"The Dark Angel" 
"Abraham Lincoln" 




HUGH BENNETT 

FILM EDITOR 



with 



AL. ROCKETT UNIT 



First National Studio 



Burbank, Calif. 





AL HALL 

Chief Editor 

First National Pictures 
Burbank, Calif. 



GEORGE McGUIRE 




AL DE GAETANO 

Editor for 
Harry Langdon Unit 



ARTHUR TRAVERS 

Editor for 
Milton Sills Unit 




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"PALM BEACH GIRL"— Famous Players-Lasky— Bebe Daniels 
"JAILBIRDS INC."-First National -Mackaill-Mulhall 



NOW WITH FIRST NATIONAL 



Permanent Address — P. O. Box 606 




GEORGE FOLSEY, Jr. 

CINEMATOGRAPHER 



MISMATES'' 



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LUCIEN PRIVAl 

"Puppets" 

"The Great Deception" 

"The Girl from Coney Island" 

"He Got the Job" 

(Working Title) 



1 extend to all of my wonderjul Jriends 
and business associates ???y sincere best wishes for 
a wondet fill 1927. 

I also wish to advise all oj my many 
friends that I have sold tny patent covering so- 
called ''glass shots" or photographing through 
glass with scenery painted on the glass to Charles 
B. Hazlehurst, a prominent attorney of Los 
Angeles. 

JLAowever^ I hold a license to use this 
'"''glass shot" method for my own individual work 
and will be ever ready and willing to contract 
for my services. 

Working now on "The Patent Leather Kid,** 
an Al Rockett Production, for First National 

Loyally Yours, RALPH HAMMERAS 




Depend on a hir 
Avre^ every week, 



^o "ifs"— no "buts''— no maybes''! 
Hit after hit — week after week— 
52 big profit weeks in the First 
National year! 

Vou can count your chickens 
when you've booked First 
National! 

A First National sign on your door 
is as good as the receiving 
teller's sign on your bankbook ! 

jriRST National delivers the 
hits consistently ! 

FIRST HiJiOHM-F/nST/ 





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Directors and Their Productions 



THE FOLLOWING RECORD of the work of motion picture directors covers a 
period of five years, from January 1, 1922, to January 1, 1927. In the 1925 edition 
of "The Film Year Book" will be found a record of feature pictures made by directors 
from 1918 to 1924. 

It was originally intended to publish the complete list (beginning with 1918) 
yearly, adding the current year's work to each edition. However, the list began to grow 
so large that at the end of 1925, it was decided to only publish a five year's record in 
the 1926 edition, and in all subsequent issues, discontinuing one year as the new one 
is added. 

It is important to bear in mind, therefore, that the compilation below only contains 
the work of directors for the past five years. If a complete record is desired, refer to 
previous editions of "The Film Year Book," or it will be supplied by the editors upon 
request. This fact must be remembered: The date herein contained is based on infor- 
mation furnished by distributors. 

IVAN ABRAMSON 
1922 
Bride's Confession 
Wildness of Youth 

1924 
Meddling Women 
I Am the Man 

1925 
Lying Wives 

JOHN G. ADOLFI 
1923 
Darling of the Rich 
Little Red Schoolhouse 

1924 
Chalk Marks 

192S 
Before Midnight 
The Scarlet West 
The Phantom Express 

1926 
Big Pal 
The Checkered Flag 



ALDER 



1925 



ANDERSON 
1922 



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WILLIAM F. 

1924 
The Isle of Vanishing Men 

RUSSELL ALLEN 
1924 
Robes of Sin 
The Valley of Hate 

ARTURO AMBROSIO 
1922 
Theodoro 

Quo Vadis 
G. M. 

Any Night 
Ashes 
Greater Duty 

DEL ANDREWS 
1923 
The Hottentot 

1924 
The Galloping Fish 
Judgment of the Storm 

1925 
That Devil Quemado 
The Wild Bull's Lair 
The Bandit's Baby 
That Devil Quemado 
Ridin' the Wind 
No Man's Law 

1926 

Man Rusflin' 
The Ridin' Streak 
Ain't Love Funny 



The Yellow Back 
Is That Nice 

MALON ANDRUS 
1924 
Ace of Cactus Range 

OSCAR APFEL 

1922 
Ten Nights in a Bar Room 
Trail of the Law 

1923 
In Search of a Thrill 
Social Code 
Lion's Mouse 

1924 
The Trail of the Law 
The Heart Bandit 
Man Who Paid 
The Wolf's Fangs 
Bulldog Drummond 

1925 
The Sporting Chance 
The Thoroughbred 
Borrowed Finery 

1926 
The Midnight Limited 
Somebody's Mother 
The Call of the Klondike 
The Last Alarm 
Perils of the Coast Guard 
Racewild 

GEORGE ARCHAINBAUD 
1922 
Evidence 
Clay Dollars 
The Man of Stone 
One Week of Love 
Under Oath 

1933 
The Common Law 
Midnight Guest 
Power of a Lie 

1924 

Christine of the Hungry Heart 

For Sale 

The Plunderer 

The Mirage 

The Shadow of the East 

Single Wives 

The Storm Daughter 

1925 
The Necessary Evil 
Enticement 
The Scarlet Saint 
What Fools Men 

1926 
Puppets 
]\Ien of Steel 
The Silent Lover 

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ALBERT AUSTIN 
1922 
My Boy 
Trouble 

i923 
A Prince of a King 

1925 
Keep Smiling 

LLOYD BACON 
1926 
Broken Hearts of Hollywood 
Private Izzy Murphy 

CLARENCE BADGER 

i922 
A Poor Relation 
Doubling for Romeo 
Don't Get Personal 
The Dangerous Little Demon 
Quincy Adams Sawyer 

1923 
Potash and Perlmutter 
Red Lights 
Your Friend and Mine 

1924 
The Shooting of Dan McGrew 
One Night in Rome 
Painted People 

1925 
Eve's Secret 
New Lives for Old 
Paths to Paradise 
Tlie Golden Princess 

1926 
Hands Up 

Miss Brewster's Millions 
The Rainmaker 
The Campus Flirt 

KING BAGGOT 

1922 
Human Hearts 
Kissed 

Nobody's Fool 
Lavender Bath Lady 
A Dangerous Game 
Kentucky Derby 

1923 
Crossed Wires 
Dangerous Game 
Gossip 

Love Letter 
Town Scandal 
Darling of New York 

1924 
The Tornado 
The Gaiety Girl 
The Whispered Name 

1925 
Raffles 

The Home Maker 
Tumbleweeds 



I Every Day— 
J in Every Way 



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Poker Faces 
The Marriage Clause 
The Runaway Express 
The Old Soak 
Perch of the Devil 
Her Big Night 
Prisoners of the Storm 
The Whole Town's Talking 
The Wrong Mr, Wright 



Oh, Baby! 
The Ice Flood 



Butterflies in the Rain 

Spangles 

Too Many Women 

The Mystery Club 

The Bargain Bride 

Beware of Widows 

The Sensation Seekers 

Taxi Taxi 

Held by the Law 

Down the Stretch 

The Love Thrill 

— and seven 
Hoot Gibson Jewels 



■ Universalis 

Z Greater Movielist 

= Always Delivers! 



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t^e orig^n»V*: 



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•*-^ in his issue of July 31st — 
it's not an "ad — it's straight, 
hard-pan BUSINESS talk to 
BUSINESS MEN. It shows 
just one of the reasons why 
THIS IS UNIVERSAL'S 
GREATEST YEAR! 



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1926 

Lovey Mary 

GEO. D. BAKER 

1922 
Don't Write Letters 
I Can Explain 
The Hunch 
Little Eva Ascends 
Stay Home 

1923 
Slave of Desire 

1924 
Revelation 

FRED BAIN 
1925 
Thundering Thru 
Ramblin' Galoot 

SILVANO BALBONI 
1926 
The Far Cry 

HUGO BALLIN 
1922 
Other Women's Clothes 

iane Eyre 
larried People 

1923 
Vanity Fair 

1924 
The Prairie Wife 
1925 
The Shining Adventure 

FRED BALSHOFER 
J922 
Three Duckaroos 

REGINALD BARKER 

1922 
The Storm 

1923 
Eternal Struggle 
Hearts Aflame 
Pleasure Mad 

1924 
Broken Barriers 
Women Who Give 

1925 
The Great Divide 
The White Desert 
The Dixie Handicap 
When the Door Opened 

1926 
Flaming Forest 

FELIX BARRE 
1922 
Blanchette 

A. B. BARRINGER 
1923 
Vengeance of the Deep 
JOHN A. BARRY 
1922 
Stranger Than Fiction 
The Woman's Side 

CHAS. E. BARTLETT 
1922 
Tangled Trails 
Headin' North 

FRANK J. BAUM 
1925 
The Wizard of Oz 

FRANK BEAL 

1922 
Soul and Body 

1923 
Just Like a Woman 

IRVING J. BARSKY 
1925 
The Coast Patrol 



WILLIAM BEAUDINE 

1922 
Watch Your Step 
Heroes of the Street 

1923 
Her Fatal Millions 
Catch My Smoke 
Penrod and Sam 
Country Kid 
Printer's Devil 

1924 
The Narrowr Street 
Daughters of Pleasure 
The Printer's Devil 
Daring Youth 
Cornered 

Wandering Husbands 
Boy of Mine 

1925 
The Broadway Butterfly 
How Baxter Butted In 
Little Annie Rooney 

1926 
That's My Baby 
The Social Highwayman 
Sparrows 
Hold That Lion 
The Canadian 

HARRY BEAUMONT 

1922 
Lights of the Desert 
The Ragged Heiress 
Very Truly Yours 
Seeing's Believing 
They Like 'Em Rough 
Glass Houses 
Fourteenth Lover 
The Five Dollar Baby 
Love in the Dark 
June Madness 

i923 
Crinoline and Romance 
Noise in Newboro 
Gold Diggers 
Main Street 

1924 
The Lost Lady 
Lover of Camille (Deburau) 
Babbitt 
Don't Doubt Your Husband 

1925 
Recompense 

His Majesty Bunker Bean 
Rose of the World 

1926 
Sandy 
Womanpower 

GEORGE BEBAN 
1924 
The Greatest Love of All 
1926 

The Loves of Ricardo 

FREDERICK G. BECKER 
1922 
Girl From Rocky Point 

MONTA BELL 

1924 
How to Educate a Wife 
Broadway After Dark 

1925 
Lady of the Night 
Pretty Ladies 
Lights of Old Broadway 
The King on Main Street 

1926 
Ibanez' Torrent 
Upstage 
The Boy Friend 

CHESTER BENNETT 
1922 
Belle of Alaska 
Secret of the Hills 
Snowshoe Trail 

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Colleen of the Pines 
Thelma 

1923 
Divorce 

1924 
The Painted Lady 
The Lullaby 

1925 
The Champion of Lost Causes 
The Ancient Mariner 

1926 
Honesty — the Best Policy 

SPENCER G. BENNET 
1926 

The Fighting Marine 

WHITMAN BENNETT 

1922 
Wife Against Wife 

1924 
Love of Women 
Virtuous Liars 

1925 
The Iron Man 
Back to Life 
Lena Rivers 
Two Shall Be Born 
Children of the Wliirhviiul 
Scandal Street 

C. REA BERGER 
1924 

Western Luck 

HENRI DIAMANT-BERGER 
1923 

Milady 

1925 
Fifty-Fifty 

1926 
The Unfair Sex 
Lover's Island 

LUDWIG BERGER 

1926 
The Waltz Dream 

PAUL BERN 

1922 
Head Over Heels 
Man With Two Mothers 

1924 
Worldly Goods 
Open All Night 

1925 
Tomorrow's Love 
Grounds for Divorce 
The Dressmaker from Paris 
I'lower of Nieht 

RAYMOND BERNARD 

1925 
The Miracle of Wolves 

ARTHUR BERTHELET 
1925 
Enemies of Youth 

WILLIAM BERTRAM 
i922 
Alias Phil Kennedy 
Ghost City 

1926 
Ace of Action 
Tangled Herds 
Hoodoo Ranch 

HERBERT BLACHE 

1923 
Fools and Riches 
Nobody's Bride 
Untameable 
Wild Party 
Near Lady 

1924 
High Speed 

1925 
Head Winds 
Secrets of the Night 
Calgary Stampede 



1926 
The Mystery Club 

J. STUART BLACKTON 

1922 
The Glorious Adventure 

1923 
On the Banks of the Wabash 
Let Not Man Put Asunder 

1924 
The Beloved Brute 
The Clean Heart 
Behold This Woman 
Between Two Friends 

1925 
The Happy Warrior 
Tides of Passion 
The Redeeming Sin 

1926 
Bride of the Stonir 
The Gilded Highway 
Hell Bent Fer Heaven 
The Passionate Quest 

CHARLES E. BLANEY 
1924 
One Law for the Woman 

WILLIAM BLETCHER 
1925 
The Wild Girl 

J. G. BLYSTONE 
1923 

Friendly Husbands 
Soft Boiled 
Our Hospitality 

1924 

Teeth 

Oh, You Tony 

Ladies to Board 

1925 
Dick Turpin 
The Last Man on Earth 
The Lucky Horseshoe 
Everlasting Whisper 
The Best Bad Mati 

1926 
Wings of the Storm 
The Family Upstairs 
My Own Pal 
Hardboiled 

FRANK BORZAGE 

1922 
Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford 
Back Pay 
Silent Shelby 
Billy Jim 

The Good Provider 
Valley of Silent Men 
The Pride of Palomar 

1923 
Children of Dust 
Nth Commandment 
Song of Love 

1924 
The Age of Desire 
Secrets 

1925 
The Lady 

Daddy's Gone a'Hunting 
Wages for Wives 
The Circle 
Lazybones 

1926 
Marriage License 
The First Year 
The Dixie Merchant 
Early to Wed 

ROBERT BOUDRIOZ 

1923 
Tillers of the Soil 

JAMES E. BOWEN 
1924 
The Supreme Test 



CHAS. J. BRABIN 

1922 
A Broadway Peacock 
Driven 

1923 
Lights of New York 
Six Days 

1924 
So Big 

1926 
Stella Maris 
Mismates 
Twinkletoes 

BERTRAM BRACKEN 

1924 
Passion's Patluvay 

1925 
Heartless Husbands 

1926 
Speeding Thru 

ROBT. NORTH BRADBURY 

i923 
Red Warning 

1924 
The Man from Wyoming 
The Phantom Horseman 
Yankee Speed 
The Galloping Ace 

1925 
Riders of Mystery 
In High Gear 
Hidden Loot 
The Speed Demon 
1926 
Looking for Trouble 
The Border Sheriff 
Davy Crockett at the Fall of 

the Alamo 
Sitting Bull at the Spirit Lake 

Massacre 
Daniel Boone Thru the Wil*- 

derness 

SAM R. BRADLEY 

1922 
False Fronts 

1925 
In High Gear 
Riders of Mystery 

HERBERT BRENON 
1922 
A Stage Romance 
Any Wife 

The Wonderful Thing 
Shackles of Gold 
Moonshine Valley 
The Stronger Passion 

1923 
Custard Cup 
Rustle of Silk 
Woman With Four Faces 
Spanish Dancer 

1924 
Peter Pan 

The Side Show of Life 
The Alaskan 
Shadows of Paris 
The Breaking Point 
1925 
The Little French Girl 
The Street of Forgotten Men 
A Kiss for Cinderella 

1926 
Dancing Mothers 
The Song and Dance Man 
The Great Gatsby 
Beau Geste 
God Gave Me Twenty Cents 

WILLIAM BROTHERHOOD 

1922 
A Maker of Men 

CLARENCE BROWN 
1922 
The Light in the Dark 

293 



1923 

Don't Marry for Money 
The AcquitUl 

1924 

The Signal Tower 
Butterfly 

1925 
Smouldering Fires 
The Eagle 
The Goose Woman 

1926 
Kiki 
Flesh and the Devil 

HARRY J. BROWN 

1925 
The Bashful Buccaneer 

1926 
The Windjammer 
The Fighting Thorobreds 
The Danger Quest 
Broadway Billy 
Racing Romance 

1926 
The High Flyer 
The Self Starter 
The Dangerous Dude 
One Punch O'Day 
The Kentucky Handicap 
The Winner 
Stick to Your Story 
Rapid Fire Romance 
The Night Owl 

MELVILLE BROWN 
1926 
Her Big Night 

TOD BROWNING 
1922 
The Wise Kid 
Man Under Cover 
Under Two Flags 

1923 
Drifting 
White Tiger 
Day of Faith 

1924 
The Dangerous Flirt 

1925 
The Unholy Three 
The Mystic 
Dollar Down 
Silk Stocking Sal 

1926 
The Road to Mandalay 
The Black Bird 

ROBERT C. BRUCE 
1923 
While the Pot Boils 

JOHN BRUNIUS 
1922 
Give Me My Son 
When Knights Were Bold 

CHARLES BRYANT 
1922 
A Doll's House 
1923 

Salome 

DIMITRI BUCHOWETZKI 

1922 
All For a Woman 

1923 
Othello 

Peter the Great 
Mad Love 

1924 
Men 

Lily of the Dust 
The Passionate Journey 

1925 
The Swan 
Graustark 




CECIL B. DE MILLE 

The Mastet'Craftsman of Motion Picture Pro- 
duction and Star Maker of a brilliant galaxy of 
box office favorites, transcends with each succeed- 
ing production the triumphs that have placed him 
in an exalted niche all his own. He will carry on 
to still greater achievements in the magnificent 
array of product which he will direct and supervise 
for Producers Distributing Corporation in 1926'27» 



294 



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1926 

Crown of Lies 
The Midnight Sun 
Valencia 

TOM BUCKINGHAM 

1924 
Azizona Express 
The Cyclone Rider 

1925 
The Troubles of a Bride 
Forbidden Cargo 

1926 
Tony Runs Wild 
Ladies of Leisure 

PAUL BURNS 
1924 

What Three Men Wanted 

R. H. BURNSIDE 

1924 

Manhattan 

ALEXANDER B. BUTLER 

1922 
The Night Rider 

1924 
Napoleon and Josephine 

FRED J. BUTLER 
1922 
Making the Grade 

W. CHRISTY CABANNE 

1922 
Beyond the Rainbow 
The Barricade 
At the Stage Door 
Till We Meet Again 

1924 
Is Love Everything 
Lend Me Your Husband 
The Spitfire 
Youth for Sale 
The Sixth Commandment 
The Average Woman 

1925 
The Midshipman 
The Masked Bride 

1926 
Monte Carlo 

FRED CALDWELL 
1923 
Night Life in Hollywood 
Lone Horseman 
Western Justice 

COLIN CAMPBELL 

1922 
The Swamp 
The Lure of Jade 
Two Kinds of Women 

1923 
The Buster 
The Grail 

Bucking the Barrier 
Three Who Paid 
The World's A Stage 

1924 
The Bowery Bishop 
Pagan Passions 

MAURICE CAMPBELL 

1922 
Through a Glass Window 
Tha Speed Girl 
Midnight 
First Love 

1923 
The Exciters 

1924 
Girls Men Forget 

1925 
Wandering Fires 

WEBSTER CAMPBELL 
1922 
A Virgin's Sacrifice 



Island Wives 
Single Track 
Divorce Coupons 

1923 
Bright Lights of Broadway 

1925 
Pace That Thrills 

ALBERT CAPELLANI 
1922 

Sisters 

The Young Diana 

FRANK CAPRA 
1925 

The Strong Man 

EDWIN CAREWE 

1922 
A Question of Honor 
Invisible Fear 
Her Mad Bargain 
I am the Law 
Silver Wings 

1923 
The Bad Man 

The Girl of the Golden West 
Mighty Lak' A Rose 

1924 
A Son of the Sahara 
Madonna of the Streets 

1925 
My Son 

The Lady Who Lied 
Barriers Aflame 

1926 
Joanna) 

High Steppers 
Pals First 

LLOYD CARLETON 

1922 
Beyond the Crossroads 

1923 
The Flying Dutchman 

1925 
9 3/5 Seconds 
HORACE B. CARPENTER 

1926 
Western Trails 
The Last Chance 
Lovin' Fool 
Desperate Odds 
Jus' Travelin' 

PAUL CAZENEUVE 

1922 
The Spirit of Good 
Her Honor the Mayor 
The Square Shooter 

1924 
Why Get Married 

JAMES CHAPIN 

1924 
Hutch of the U. S. A. 
Turned Up 
Virtue's Revolt 
Surging Seas 

CHARLIE CHAPLIN 

1922 
Pay Day 
The Idle Class 
The Pilgrim 

1923 
A Woman of Paris 

1925 
The Gold Rush 

1926 
The Circus 

LOUIS CHAUDET 

1922 
The Pillagers 
King Fisher's Roost 

1923 
Defying Destiny 

1925 
A Man of Nerve 

1926 
Tentacles of the North 
Eyes Right 

295 



EMILE CHAUTARD 
1922 
Living Lies 

Whispering Shadows 
The Glory of Clementina 
Youth to Youth 
Forsaking All Others 

1923 
Daytime Wives 

1924 
Untamed Youth 

GEORGE RANDOLPH 

CHESTER 
1922 
The Son of Wallingford 

BENJAMIN CHRISTIANSON 

1926 
The Devil's Circus 

DON CLARK 
1922 
The Fighting Guide 

ROY CLEMENTS 

1922 
Desert's Crucible 
Two-Fisted Jefferson 

1923 
The Double-O 

V. V. CLEGG 
1926 
Lucky Spurs 

WILLIAM CLIFFORD 
1923 

The Man Alone 
The Soul Harvest 
1924 
Missing Daughters 

DENISON CLIFT 
1922 

Why Men Forget 
Woman of No Importance 
Woman Who Came Back 
A Bill of Divorcement 

1924 

This Freedom 

There's Millions In It 

The Great Diamond Mystery 

Honor Among Men 

1925 
Ports of Call 
Flames of Desire 

ELMER CLIFTON 

1922 
Down to the Sea in Ships 

1923 
Six Cylinder Love 

1924 
The Warrens of Virginia 
Daughters of the Night 

1926 
Wives at Auction 

EDDIE CLINE 

1923 
Circus Days 
"Three Ages 

Meanest Man in the World 
When a Man's a Man 

1924 
When a Man's a Man 
The Good Bad Boy 
Captain January 
Along Came Ruth 
Little Robinson Crusoe 

1925 
The Rag Man 
Old Clothes 



Satisfied Exhibitors Hun 

WARNER WINNERS 

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"MY OFFICIAL WIFE" ac- 
claimed by all a great photo- 
play. Picture now on sixth 
day and is building. — Harry 
Huff man, Aladdin Theatre 
Denver, Colo. 




26 ^lockouts- 1926-27 



ACROSS THE PACinC, starring 
Monte Blue 

My Official Wife, starring 

Irene Rich and Conway Tearle 

Private Izzy Murphy, star. 

ring George Jessel with Patsy 
Ruth Miller and Vera Gordon 

Millionaires, with George 

Sidney, Vera Gordon, Louise 
Fazenda 

WHILE LONDON SLEEPS, star- 
ring Rin-Tin-Tin 

DOLORES COSTELLO in The 
Third Degree 

Finger Prints, with Louise 

Fazenda and John T. Murray 
DON'T TELL THE WIFE, star- 
ring Irene Rich 



Wolf's Clothing, starring 

Monte Blue with Patsy Ruth 

Miller 
WHITE FLANNELS, with Louise 

Dresser 
Bitter apples, starring Monte 

Blue 

THE Gay Old Bird 
Dolores Costello in A 

Million Bid 
THE Climbers, starring Irene 
Rich 

Matinee Ladies 

Dolores Costello in Irish 

Hearts 

DOLORES Costello in The 

College Widow 



what every girl should 
Know 

Tracked By The Police, star- 
ring Rin-Tin-Tin 

THE BLACK DIAMOND EXPRESS, 
starring Monte Blue 

Simple Sis. with Louise Fazenda 
and John T. Murray 

Hills of Kentucky, starring 

Rin-Tin-Tin 
Dearie, with Louise Fazenda and 
John T. Murray 

WHAT Happened to Father, 

with Patsy Ruth Miller 
The Brute, starring Monte Blue 

Dolores Costello in The 

Heart of Mar\land 



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BOX OFFICE SURPR1SESM927-28 



BENNETT COHN 
1926 
Hi-Jacking Rustlers 
West of the Rainbow's End 
A Ridin' Gent 
The Grey Devil 
Dangerous Traffic 
Midnight Faces 

A. E. COLEBY 
1923 
The Prodigal Son 

EDWARD CONNORS 
1922 
Anne of Little Smoky 

JACK CONWAY 

1922 
Step on It 
A Parisian Scandal 
The Millionaire 
Across the Dead Line 
Another Man's Shoes 
Don't Shoot 
The Long Chance 

1923 
The Prisoner 
Sawdust 
Quicksands 
What Wives Want 
Trimmed in Scarlet 
Lucretia Lombard 

1924 
The Trouble Shooter 
The Heart Buster 

1925 
The Roughneck 
The Hunted Woman 
The Only Thing 

1926 
Brown of Harvard 
Soul Mates 
The Understanding Heart 

J. GORDON COOPER 
1923 
Broadway Gold 

MERIAN C. COOPER 
1925 
Grass 

TRAVERS CORBY 
1926 
Here She Comes 

WILLIAM J. CRAFT 

1922 
False Brands 
Headin' West 
The Wolf Pack 
Another Man's Boots 
Saved by Radio 

1924 
The Pride of Sunshine Alley 
The Way of the Transgressor 
Big Timber 

1925 
TVie Bloodhound 
That Man Jack 
The Range Terror 
Galloping Vengeance 
The Galloping Cowboy 

1926 
The Power of the Weak 
King of the Saddle 

FRANK HALL CRANE 

1922 
Door That Has No Key 

1923 
Foolish Parents 
Pauper Millionaire 

1925 
Fair Play 

1926 
The Jade Cup 

DONALD CRISP 

1922 
The Bonnie Briar Bush 

1924 
The Navigator 



1925 
Don 

1926 
Man Bait 
Young April 
Sunnyside Up 

ALAN CROSLAND 

1922 
Slim Shoulders 
Why Announce Your Mar- 
riage 
The Prophet's Paradise 
Shadows of the Sea 
The Snitching Hour 
The Face in the Fog 

1923 
Enemies of Women 
Under the Red Robe 

1924 
Unguarded Women 
Miami 

Sinners in Heaven 
Three Weeks 

1925 
Contrabrand 
Compromise 
Bobbed Hair 

1926 
The Beloved Rogue 
Don Juan 

GEORGE J. CRONE 

1924 
Never Say Die 

1925 
Introduce Me 

JAMES CRUZE 

1922 
One Glorious Day 
Is Matrimony a Failure 
The Dictator 
The Old Homestead 
Thirty Days 

1923 
The Covered Wagon 
Hollywood 
Ruggles of Red Gap 
To the Ladies 

1924 
The Garden of Weeds 
The Fighting Coward 
The City That Never Sleeps 
The Enemy Sex 
Merton of the Movies 

1925 
The Goose Hangs High 
Beggar On Horseback 
Welcome Home 
Marry Me 
The Pony Express 

1926 
Mannequin 

The Waiter from the Ritz 
Old Ironsides 

WEBSTER CULLISON 
1922 
The Last Chance 

IRVING CUMMINGS 

1922 
Man From Hell's River 
The Jilt 
Broad Daylight 
Paid Back 
Flesh and Blood 

1923 
Broken Hearts of Broadway 
Environment 
East Side, West Side 

1924 
In Every Woman's Life 
Riders Up 
Stolen Secrets 
Fool's Highway 
Rose of Paris 
The Dancing Cheat 

1925 
As Man Desires 

297 



The Desert Flower 
One Year to Live 
Just a Woman 

1926 

Rustling for Cupid 

The Johnstown Flood 

Infatuation 

The Country Beyond 

The Midnight Kiss 

W. HUGHES CURREN 

1922 
Trial of Hate 
Blaze Away 

1923 
The Knock on the Door 
The Freshie 

J. GRAHAM CUTTS 

1923 
Paddy the-Next-Best-Thing 

1924 
Woman to Woman 
The White Shadow 

1926 
Dangerous Virtue 
The Blackguard 
The Rat 
The Passionate Adventure 

LEON E. DADMUN 
1925 
The Peaj^l of Love 

GEORGE H. DAVIS 
1923 
The Lamp in the Desert 
The Passionate Friends 

J. SEARLE DAWLEY 
1922 
Who Are My Parents 

1£23 
As a Man Lives 
Has the World Gone Mad 
Broadway Broke 

NORMAN DAWN 

1922 
Five Days to Live 
The Vermillion Pencil 
The Son of the Wolf 

1924 
The Lure of the Yukon 

1925 
After Marriage 

JACK DAWN 
1926 
A Desperate Moment 

LEANDER DE CORDOVA 
1926 

She 

ASHTON DEARHOLT 

1923 
Sting of the Scorpion 
At the Devil's Gorge 

1924 
Range Blood 
Western Yesterdays 
Rodeo Mixup 

ROBERT DE LACEY 

1925 
Let's Go, Gallafrher 
The Wyoming Wildcat 

1926 
The Masquerade Bandit 
Wild to Go 
The Cowboy Musketeer 
The Arizona Streak 
Born to Battle 

1926 
Red Hot Hoofs 
Out of the West 

JOSEPH DE GRASSE 

1922 
Tailor-Made Man 

1923 
The Girl I Loved 
Thundergate 



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E. C. Jensen, Sales Manager 
Harry Ham, Foreign Manager 



J. Boyce Smith, General Manager 
Tom Miranda, Editorial Manager 
Mabel Livingstone, Publicity Manager 



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Lillian Gish with Dorothy Gish in 
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1924 

Flowing Gold 

1926 
The Hidden Way 

HAMPTON DEL RUTH 
1922 
The Marriage Chance 

ROY DEL RUTH 

1925 
Eve's Lover 
Hogan's Alley 

1926 
Three Weeks in Paris 
The Man Upstairs 
The Little Irish Girl 
Footloose Widows 
Across the Pacific 

CECIL B. DE MILLE 

1922 
Saturday Night 
Fool's Paradise 
Manslaughter 

1923 
Adam's Rib 

1924 
Feet of Clay 

The Ten Commandments 
Triumph 

1925 
The Golden Bed 
The Road to Yesterday 

1925 
The Volga Boatman 

WILLIAM C. DE MILLE 

1922 
Bought and Paid For 
After the Show 
Miss Lulu Bett 
Nice People 
Clarence 

1923 
Grumpy 

The Marriage Maker 
The World's Applause 

1924 
The Fast Set 
Icebound 

The Bedroom Window 
The Fast Set 
Don't Call It Love 

1925 
Locked Doors 
Men and Woman 
Lost— A Wife 
New Brooms 

1926 
Splendid Crime 
The Runaway 
For Alimony Only 

MARCEL DE SANO 

1925 

The Girl Who Wouldn't Work 

1926 
Blarney 

EUGENE DE RUE 
1926 

The Thrill Hunter 

DAVID DEVAR 
1922 
Angel of Crooked Street 
Little Wildcat 
A Girl's Desire 

NAT DEVERICH 

1922 
Power of Love 

1923 
The Forbidden Lover 



HUGH DIERKER 
1924 
Cause for Divorce 

1925 
Camille of the Barbary Coast 

The Wrongdoers 

1926 
False Pride 
Broken Homes 

EDWARD DILLON 

1922 
The Beauty Shop 
Women Men Marry 

1923 
Broadway Gold 

1924 
Drums of Jeopardy 

1926 
The Danger Girl 
Bred in Old Kentucky 
The Flame of the Argentine 
The Dice Woman 

JOHN FRANCIS DILLON 
1922 
The Cub Reporter 
The Roof Tree 
Gleam O'Dawn 
The Yellow Stain 
Man Wanted 
Calvert's Valley 

1923 
The Broken Violin 
A Self Made Wife 
Flaming Youth 

1924 

If I Marry Again 
Flirting with Love 
Lilies of the Field 
The Perfect Flapper 

1925 
Chickie 

If I Marry Again 
The Half Way Girl 
One Way Street 
We Moderns 

1926 
Too Much Money 
Love's Blindness 
The Midnight Lovers 
Don Juan's Three Nights 

DENVER DIXON 
1924 
Ace of Cactus Range 

THOMAS DIXON 
1923 
The Mark of the Beast 

W. A. S. DOUGLAS 
1922 
Beware of the Law 

FRANK P. DONOVAN 
1922 

Silas Marner 

1925 
The Mad Marriage 

LILIAN DUCEY 
1924 
Enemies of Children 

ORVILLE DULL 

1926 
The Flying Horseman 

WILLIAM DUNCAN 
1922 
No Defense 
The Silent Vow 

299 



When Danger Smiles 
The Fighting Guide 

1923 
Playing it Wild 

SCOTT DUNLAP 

1922 
Bluebeard, Jr. 
Western Speed 
Trooper O'Neil 
Bells of San Juan 
West of Chicago 

1923 
The Footlight Ranger 
Skid Proof 
Snowdrift 
Pawn Ticket 210 
Boston Blackie 

1924 
Trafific in Hearts 

1925 
Silent Sanderson 
Beyond the Border 
The Texas Trail 
One Glorious Night 
Wreckage 

1926 
The Seventh Bandit 
The Frontier Trail 
Driftin' Thru 
Blue Blood 
The Better Man 

E. A. DUPONT 
1925 
The Ancient Law 

1926 
Variety 

. BERNARD DURNINO 

1922 
Iron to Gold 
The Devil Within 

Strange Idols 
While Justice Waits 
The Yosemite Trail 
Oathbound 
The Fast Mail 

1923 
Eleventh Hour 

ALLAN DWAN 

1922 
The Sin of Martha Queed 
Superstitution 
Robin Heod 

1923 
Zaza 

Glimpses of the Moon 
Lawful Larceny 
Big Brother 

1924 
Her Love Story 
Manhandled 
A Society Scandal 
Tlie Wages of Virtire 
Argentine Lcve 

1925 
Night Life in New York 
Stage Struck 
Coast of Folly 

1926 
Sea; Horses 
Padlocked 
Tin Gods 
Summer Bachelors 

WILLIAM P. S. EARLE 

1922 
Love's Masquerade 
Destiny's Isle 
The Way of a Maid 

1923 
Dancer of the Nile 

FERDINAND EARLE 
1925 
A Lover's Oath 



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i 
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I THE MAGAZINE OF THE SCREEN 

I SEASON OF 1927 

I ANNOUNCING SEVEN SERIES OF SPECIAL INTEREST 



I I. Smithsoniari'Chrysler Expedition to Taganyikaf Africa 

I Under Dr. Wm. Mann, Director of the National Zoological Park at Wash- 

i ington, this widely publicised expedition secured a collection of over 2,000 

i wild animals ALIVE. Staff Cameraman Charles Charlton, with the expe- 

I dition, secured many scenes of marvelous interest. 7 installments, each 

! between 350-500 feet, beginning in March. 

j 2. Animal Comedy Featurettes 

i Produced by Mr. and Mrs. John Rounan. Cleverly trained animals in 

i really funny little comedies, each between 400-500 feet. One a month, 

I beginning in March. 

I 3. American Museum of ISIatural History— Qeorge Palmer 



Putnam Expedition to Northern Greenland 



I This expedition received national newspaper publicity. Staff Cameraman 

I Maurice Kellerman secured absorbing and unusual pictures, many of 

I them sensational, among them Carl Dunrud, the cowboy, roping live wal- 

rus, polar bears, etc. Also Art Young, who shoots the world's largest 
wild animals with only a bow and arrow. 8 installments, each 400-500 
I feet, beginning in March. 

I 4* Pathecolor 

I Many American subjects of special interest, including the National Parks; 

I also Corea, the unknown. 

! 5. Wonderful M.icroscopic Subjects 

I Things never before shown on the screen, prepared by Dr. Heinz Rosen- 

I berg, Microscopist of the Rockefeller Institute, N. Y. Among the sub- 

ijects of the most unique interest are some showing the blood battles be 
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j 

I 7. Expedition to the Hidden Mountains of the Hoggar, in 
i the Sahara 



tween disease germs and the defensive white corpuscles of the blood. 

6. Process Camera Novelties 

Approximately one a month, representing a continuation of the popular 
series made with the Knechtel Process. 



An unknown country revealed. Only three white men have visited it. 

lONE REEL, EVERY WEEK 



300 



REEVES EASON 
1922 
Red Courage 
The Fire Eater 
Rough Shod 
Pardon My Nerve 
The Lone Hand 

1923 
His Last Race 

1924 
Border Justice 
Trigger Finger 

1925 
The Texas Bearcat 
Flashing Spurs 
Fighting the Flames 

1926 
A Fight to the Finish 
The New Champion 
The Shadow on the Wall 
The Test of Donald Norton 
Thru Thick and Thin 
The Sign of the Claw 
Lone Hand Sanders 

ROBERT EDDY 
1926 
The Handsome Brute 
The Hurricane Horseman 
Action Galore 
Galloping Jinx 

J. GORDON EDWARDS 

1922 
Nero 

1923 
The Silent Command 

1924 
The Net 

The Shepherd King 
It Is the Law 

HENRY EDWARDS 
1922 
John Forest Finds Himself 
1924 

Lily of the Alley 

HARRY EDWARDS 
1926 

Tramp, Tramp, Tramp 

R. G. EDWARDS 
1924 
Daring Love 

RICHARD EICHBERG 
1923 
Monna Vanna 

S. M. EISENSTEIN 
1926 
Potemkin 

CLIFFORD S. ELFELT 

1923 
Danger 

1924 
$50,000 Reward 

1925 
Fighting Courage 

CARLYLE ELLIS 

1922 
The High Road 

ROBERT ELLIS 
1922 
Chivalrous Charley 

MAURICE ELVEY 

1922 
Hound of the Baskervilles 

1925 
My Husband's Wives 
Curlytop 
She Wolves 
Every Man's Wife 
Folly of Vanity 

JOHN EMERSON 
1922 
Polly of the Follies 



ROBERT ENSMINGER 

1922 
Bring Him In 
Restless Souls 
Fortune's Mask 
You Never Know 

1923 
One Stolen Night 

GEORGE EVERETT 
1922 
Crimson Cross 

MARION FAIRFAX 
1922 
Lying Truth 

BERNARD FEIKEL 
1922 
White Hell 

AL FERGUSON 
1925 
Shackles of Fear 

HENRI FESCOURT 
1922 

Isle of Zorda 

JACQUES FEYDER 
1922 

Missing Husbands 

DALLAS M. FITZGERALD 
1922 

The Gutter Snipe 
Playing With Fire 

1923 
Her Accidental Husband 

1924 
After the Ball 

1925 
Passionate Youth 
Tessie 

1926 
My Lady of Whims 

J. A. FITZGERALD 
1926 

Wives of the Prophet 

GEORGE FITZMAURICE 
1922 

Man from Home 

Three Live Ghosts 

Forever 

To Have and To Hold 

1923 
Bella Donna 
The Cheat 
Kick In 
The Eternal City 

1924 
Tarnish 
Cytherea 

1925 
His Supreme Moment 
A Thief in Paradise 
The Dark Angel 

1926 
The Son of the Sheik 
The Night of Love 

ROBERT J. FLAHERTY 
1922 
Nanook of the North 
1926 

Moana 

CARYL S. FLEMING 
1923 
Wandering Daughters 
The Devil's Partner 
The Valley of Lost Souls 

VICTOR FLEMING 
1922 
Woman's Place 
Red Hot Romance 
Lane That Had No Turning 

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Anna Ascends 

1923 
Dark Secrets 
Law of the Lawless 
To the Last Man 
Call of the Canyon 

1924 
Empty Hands 
The Code of the Sea 

1925 
A Son of His Father 
Adventure 
The Devil's Cargo 
Lord Jim 

1926 
The Blind Goddess 
Mantrap 

J. J. FLEMING 

1925 
Phantom Shadows 
Scarlet and Gold 

JAMES FLOOD 

1923 
Times Have Changed 
When Odds are Even 

1924 
The Man Without a Conscience 
The Tenth Woman 

1925 
The Man Without a Conscience 
The Woman Hater 
The Wife Who Wasn't Wanted 
Satan in Sables 

1926 
Why Girls Go Back Home 
The Honeymoon Express 

ROBERT FLOREY 
1926 
One Hour of Love 

EMMETT FLYNN 

i923 
Hell's Hole 
In the Palace of the King 

1924 
Nellie, the Beautiful Cloak 

Model 
The Man Who Came Back 

1925 
The Dancers 
Gerald Cranston's Lady 
Wings of Youth 
East Lynne 

1926 
The Palace of Pleasure 
The Yankee Senor 
Yellow Fingers 

FRANCIS FORD 

1922 
They're Ofl 
So This is Arizona 
Angel Citizen 
The Storm Girl 
Thundering Hoofs 
Gold Grabbers 

1926 
Wolves of the Air 
False Friends 
The Ghetto Shamrock 
Melodies 
Her Own Story 

JOHN FORD 

1922 
Little Miss Smiles 
Jackie 
Sure Fire 
Silver Wings 
The Village Blacksmith 

1923 
Three Jumps Ahead 
Face on the Barroom Floor 
Cameo Kirby 

1924 
The Iron Horse 
North of Hudson Bay 
Hoodman Blind 
Hearts of Oak 




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Lightnin' 
Kentucky Pride 
Thank You 
The Fighting Heart 

1926 
The Shamrock Handicap 
Three Bad Men 
The Blue Eagle 

TOM FORMAN 
1922 

A Prince There Was 
The Woman Conquers 
If You Believe it, It's So 
White Shoulders 
Shadows 

1923 
Money, Money, Money 
The Woman Conquers 
The Broken Wing 
Are You a Failure 
The Girl Who Came Back 
April Showers 
The Virginian 

1924 
The Flaming Forties 
Flattery 

The Fighting American 
Roaring Rails 

1925 
The Crimson Runner 
The People vs. Nancy Preston 

1926 
The Midnight Flyer 
Whispering Canyon 
Devil's Dice 

FINIS FOX 
1922 

Man's Law and God's 

1923 
Bag and Baggage 
The Man Between 
Bishop of the Ozarks 

1924 
A Woman Who Sinned 

1925 
Dangerous Friends 

PARKE FRAME 
1925 
'Drug Store Cowboy 

ARNOLD FRANCK 
1925 
The Peak of Fate 

CHESTER M. FRANKLIN 

1922 
The Case of Becky 
Nancy from Nowhere 
A Game Chicken 
Toll of the Sea 

1923 
Where the North Begins 

1924 
Behind the Curtain 
The Silent Accuser 

1925 
Wild Justice 

SIDNEY FRANKLIN 

1922 
The Primitive Lover 
Smilin Through 
The Beautiful and Damned 
East is West 

1923 
Dulcy 
Brass 
Tiger Rose 

1924 
Her Night of Romance 

1925 
Learning to Love 
Her Sister from Paris 

1926 
Beverly of Graustark 
The Duchess of Buffalo 



J. J. FRANZ 
1922 

Tracks 

The Cave Girl 

Fightin' Mad 

The Love Gambler 

Smilin' Jim 

Youth Must Have Love 

The New Teacher 

1923 
Stepping Fast 

1926 
Blue Blazes 
The Desperate Game 

HARRY L. FRASER 

1926 
Gen. Custer at Little Big Horn 
The Fighting Gob 
Queen of Spades 
Oil and Romance 
Sheep Trail 
Sky's the Limit 
The Wildcat 
West of Mojave 

J. ROY FRIEDGEN 

1926 
Free Kisses 

'SVEND GADE 

1922 
Hamlet 

1925 
Fifth Avenue Models 
Siege 
Peacock Feathers 

1926 
Watch Your Wife 
The Blonde Saint 
Into Her Kingdom 

HARRY GARSON 

1922 
What No Man Knows 
The Sign of the Rose 
The Hands of Nara 

1923 
Cordelia the Magnificent 
An Old Sweetheart of Mine 
Thundering Dawn 

1924 
The No Gun Man 
The Millionaire Cowboy 

1925 
Speed Wild 
Breed of the Border 
O. U. West 
High and Handsome 
Heads Up 

1926 
Sir T^utn'berjack 
The Traffic Cop 
Smilin' At Trouble 
Clenister of the Mounted 
The College Boob 

LOUIS J. GASNIER 

1922 
Daughters of the Rich 
The Hero 
Mothers-in-Law 

1923 
Poor Men's Wives 
Poisoned Paradise 
Maytime 

1924 
The Triflers 
Wine 

The Breath of Scandal 
Poisoned Paradise 
White Man 

1925 
The Parasite 
The Boomerang 
Parisian Love 
Faint Perfume 

1926 
Pleasures of the Rich 
Out of the Storm 
Sin Cargo 

That Model from Paris 
Lost at Sea 

303 



TONY GAUDIO 

1925 ~i 
Sealed Lips r t 

1926 . I 
The Price of Success '' ''■ 

ENRICO GAUZZONI 
1924 

Messalina 

CLARENCE GELDERT 
1923 

Wasted Livefe 

1925 
My Neighbor's Wife 

AUGUSTO GENINA 
1923 

Why Do Men Marry 

1925 
Cyrano De Bergerac 

BURTON GEORGE 
1922 

Conceit 

1925 
Love's Bargain 

CHARLES GIBLYN 

1922 
A Woman's Woman 

1923 
Loyal Lives 
The Leavenworth Case 

1924 
The Price of a Party 

1925 
The Adventurous Sex 

TOM GIBSON 
1923 

Web of the Law 

1924 

Paying the Limit 
Waterfront Wolves 

1925 
Reckless Courage 
Triple Action 

ARVID GILLSTROM 
1924 
Leave it to Gerry 

REUBEN GILLMER 
1924 

Men Who Forget 

JOHN GORMAN 
1923 

Why Women Re-Marry 

1924 
The Painted Flapper 

1926 
The Prince of Broadway 

ALF GOULDING 

1925 
Excuse Me 

1926 
Don't 

EDMUND GOULDING 

1925 
Sun-Up 
Sally, Irene and Mary 

1926 
Paris 
FRANCIS J. GRANDON 

1922 
Barb Wire 
FRED LEROY GRANVILLE 

1923 
Shifting Sands 

1924 
The Beloved Vagabond 

ALFRED E. GREEN 

1922 
Come On Over 
Our Leading Citizen 
The Bachelor Daddy 
The Ghost Breaker 
Man Who Saw Tomorrow 



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MOVIE FANS EVERYWHERE ARE FAMILIAR 
WITH THIS QUARTETTE OF WHOLESOME 
FUNSTERS — APPEARING IN JOE ROCK'S 
STANDARD COMEDIES* * * YOU WILL 
REMEMBER THEM IN ''THE HEAVY 
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Produced by Joe Rock 

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JOE ROCK 

Joe Rock needs no introduction to exhibitors or 
"fans". For years a producer of delightful and 
wholesome comedies. Rock is known wherever 
motion pictures are exhibited. His ''Standard 
Comedies" bespeak his knowledge of comedy con- 
struction and entertainment values, for no other 
series of fun films has attained more popularity 
with audiences than this one. 

STANDARD COMEDIES "T^MOE ROCK 

for the 

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Released thru F. B. 0. 
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Ralph Spence's Famous Stage Success 
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ASHER, SMALL & ROGERS 

First National Studios 
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306 



1923 
Back Home and Broke 
Woman Proof 
The Ne'er Do Well 

1924 
Pied Piper Malone 
In Hollywood with Potash a 
Perlmutter 

1925 
Inez from Hollywood 
The Talker 
Sally 
The Man Who Found Himself 

1926 
Irene 

Girl frnni Montmartre 
Ella Cinders 
Ladies at Play 
It Must Be Love 

ARTHUR GREGOR 

1926 

The Count of Luxembourg 

FRANK GRIFFIN 
1923 
Conductor 1492 

D. W. GRIFFITH 

1922 
Orphanr ot the Storm 
One Exciting Night 

1923 
The White Rose 

1924 
America 

1925 
Sally of the Sawdust 
Isn't Life Wonderful 
That Royle Girl 

1926 
The Sorrows of Satan 

E. H. GRIFFITH 

1922 
Dawn of the East 
Free Air 

1923 
GoGetter 
Sea Raiders 
Unseeing Eyes 

1924 
Week End Husbands 
Another Scandal 

1925 
Bad Company 
Headlines 

1926 
White Mice 
Atta Boy 

JAMES GRUEN 
1925 
Let's Go, Gallagher 

ALBERTINO GUZAAONI 
1922 
Julius Caesar 

FRED GUIOL 

1924 
Battling Orioles 

ALAN HALE 
1925 
The Scarlet Honeymoon 
liraveheart 
The Wedding Song 
1926 
The Sporting Lover 
Forbidden Waters 
Risky Business 

VICTOR HUGO HALPERIN 

1924 
Greater Than Marriage 
When a Girl Loves 

1925 
Greater Thar. Marriage 
School for Wives 



The Unknown Lover 

1926 
In Borrowed Plumes 

WALTER HALL 
1925 
The Shadow of the Mosque 

LIEUT. BERT HALL 
1922 
Border Scouts 

GEO. EDWARDS-HALL 
1923 

The Prairie Mystery 

BENJ. B. HAMPTON 
1922 
Heart's Haven 
A Certain Rich Man 
The Gray Dawn 
Mysterious Rider 
Golden Dreams 

CARL HARBAUGH 
1922 

Bucking the Line 

EMIL HARDER 
1925 
William Tell 

LAWSON HARRIS 
1925 

Law or Loyalty 

MARCUS HARRISON 
1922 
Woman, Wake Up 

NEAL HART 
1922 

Rangeland 

West of the Pecos 

South of Northern Lights 

Butterfly Range 

The Lure of Gold 

1924 

Tucker's Top Hand 

The Left Hand Brand * 

DAVID M. HARTFORD 
1923 

The Rapids 

1926 

Then Came the Woman 
The Man in the Shadow 
The Jack O' Hearts 
Dame Chance 

F. G. HARTMAN 
1922 

The Forest King 

JOHN HARVEY 
1922 
Woman Who Believed 

1925 
The Right Man 

DICK HATTON 
1926 

The Temporary Sheriff 
Roaring Bill Atwood 
A He-Man's Country 

HOWARD HAWKS 
1926 
The Road to Glory 
Fig Leaves 

MANNING HAYNES 
1923 
Monkey's Paw 

WARD HAYES 
1924 
The Rip Snorter 

1925 
Sell 'Em Cowboy 
A Two-Fisted Sherifl 

307 



GUY HEDLUND 

1923 

The Contrast 

VICTOR HEERMAN 
1922 
John Smith 
My Boy 
Love Is An Awful Thing 

1923 

Modern Matrimony 
Rupert of Hentzau 
The Dangerous Maid 

1924 

The Confidence Man 

1925 
Old Home Week 
Irish Luck 

1926 

For Wives Only 

THOMAS N. HEFFRON 
1922 

Bobbed Hair 
The Love Charm 
The Truthful Liar 
Her Face Value 
Too Much Wife 

1923 
A Wife's Romance 

JOSEPH HENABERY 

1922 
The Call of the North 
While Satan Sleeps 
Her Own Money 
Missing Millions 
The Man Unconquerable 

1923 
Sixty Cents an Hour 
Gentleman of Leisure 
Making a Man 
Tiger's Claw 
Stephen Steps Out 

1924 
The Sainted Devil 
The Stranger 
The Guilty One 
A Sainted Devil 
Tongues of Flame 

1925 
Cobra 

1926 
The Broadway Boob 
Sliipwrecked 
The Pinch Hitter 
Meet the Prince 

DEL HENDERSON 
1922 

The Broken Silence 

Sure-Fire Flint 

Girl from Porcupine 

1923 

Jacqueline of Blazing Barriers 

1924 
Gambling Wives 
The Love Bandit 

1925 
The Bad Lands 

1926 
Accused 

Defend Yourself 
Pay Oflf 
Pursued 

HOBART HENLEY 

1922 
Her Night of Nights 
The Scrapper 
Cheated Hearts 
Stardust 

1923 
The Flame of Life 
The Abysmal Brute 
The Flirt 




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"THAT MODEL FROM PARIS," suggested by the Gouverneur 
Morris story "The RirIu To Live." 
A comedy drama of an unusual theme. 

With Ben Lyteli. Marceline Day, Eileen Percy, Ward Crane, 
Craufurd Kent, Miss Dupont, Arthur Hoyt, Otto Lederer, 
Nellie BIy Baker. Dtrecied by iomV /. Cojin>r. 

"LOST AT SEA," 



ggested by the Louis Joseph Vance stor; 
"Mainspring." 
A lenso, dramatic story with an unusual triangle 
th Huntly Gordon, Lowell Sherman, Jane No 
Kingston, Joan Standing, Billy Kent Schaefer 
K. Walling. D^rcctrd by !. 



theme. 

■ak. Natalie 

nd William 



"FOOLS OF FASHION," suggested by the George Randolph 
Chester story "The Other Woman." 

A story of a modern phase of life. 
With Mae Busch, Marceline Day, Theodore Von Eltz. Robert 

0!)er, Hcdda Hopper. Rose Dione and Albert Roccardi. 

D::e,lt<l by James C McKay. 



"COLLEGE DAYS," by A. P. Younger, who adapted 
"Brown of Harvard" for the screen. 
A STORY OF COLLEGE LIFE EXEMPLIFYING THE 
SPIRIT OF YOUTH, ONE OF THE OUTSTANDING 
PICTURE ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE YEAR. 
With Marceline Day, Charles Delaney. James Harrison, Duane 
Thompson, Brooks Benedict, Kathleen Key, Edna Murphy, 
Robert Homans, Craufurd Kent, Charles Wellesley, Gibson 
Gowland, Lawfcrd Davidson, Pat Harmon, William A. Car- 
roll and 25 University football stars. 

Directed bn Richard Thorpe. 
Under the personal supervision of A. P Younger. 



"JOSSELYN'S WIFE," from the novel of the same name 
by Kathleen Norris. 
A drama of modern social complexities. 

Starring PAULINE FREDERICK and a supporting cast in- 
cluding. Holmes Herbert, Freeman Wood, William A. Car- 
roll, Armand Kaliz. Carmelita Geraghty, Josephine Hill, Pat 
Harmon and Ivy Livingston. Directed by Richard Thorpe. 



"SIN CARGO," by Leete Renick Brown. 

A romantic, stirring drama of the high seas. 
With Shirley Mason. Robert Frazer, Earl Metcalfe, Lawford 

Davidson. Gertrude Astor, Pat Harmon, William R. Walling, 

Billy Cinders, James Mack and K. Nambu. 
Directed by Louis J. Gasnicr. 



"REDHEADS PREFERRED," by Douglas Bronston. 

With Marjorie Daw, Theodore Von Eltz, Raymond Hitchcock, 
Cissy Fitzgerald, Vivien Oakland. Chas. A. (Buddy) Post, 
Leon Holmes, Geraldinc Leslie and Neal Dodd. 
Directed by Alla>i Dale. 

"ONE HOUR OF LOVE," by Leete Renick Brown. 

A powerful love drama. 
With Jacqueline Logan, Robert Frazer, Duanc Thompson, 



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Harris. Montagu Love, Hazel Keener, 
Billy Bletcher, Henry Sedley and William 

Directed hy Robert Ftorey. 



Taylor 
Austin. 



"THE FIRST NIGHT." by Fredei 
A side-splitling, rip-roaring farce 

With Bert Lvtcll, Dorothv Devor 
KoVert, Walter Hiers. Lila ! 
Keener, Joan Standing and Nell 

Directed by Ri 



ca Sagor. 

comedy 

. Harry Myers, Fred^ 

eslie. James Mack, I 

• BIy Baker 

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"THE TIGER," (Temporary Title). 
A modern drama. 

With Pat OMalley, Helen Ferguson, Geo. Hackathorne, Clair 
McDowell. Lawford Davidson, "Heinie" Conklin, Hele 
Lynch, Max Davidson, Alphonze Ethier and Ted Adams. 
Directed by Oscar Apfel. 



THE HUSBAND HUNTERS.' 

A fast moving comedy drama 

Vith Mae Busch. Walter Hiers, 

Jean Arthur. Duane Thonips 



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Robert Cain, Charles Delan 
>n, Mildred Harris and Jimi 



"ENCHANTED ISLAND," 

"The Doulilc Barreled Auth. 
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"LIGHTNING," 

A gripping dr 

"WILD GEESE," from the popular novel of the same name 
by Martha Ostenso. 
ONE OF THE MOST INTENSELY HUMAN NOVELS 
EVER WRITTEN. 



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"SQUADS RIGHT," by A. P. Younger, the author of the 
adaptation of "Brown of Harvard," "Wild Geese," 
"College Days" and "Souls For Sables." 
The screamingly funny adventures of a "Rookie." 



"TALE OF A VANISHING PEOPLE," by Rex Beach 
A high'y dramatic c|.isodc in the life of a colorful race. 



"FLAMING TIMBER." 

A gripping romantic story of the great North Woods 

"SONG OF STEEL.' 

A virile, dramatii 



episode involving the 



"SNOWBOUND," 

A picture depicting the 
social standards. 




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Sinners in Silk 
The Turmoil 
A Lady of Quality 

192S 
The Denial 
A Slave of Fashion 
So This is Marriage 
Exchange of Wives 
His Secretary 

1926 
The Auction Block 
A Certain Young Man 

CECIL M. HEPWORTH 

1922 
Alf's Button 

1924 
Strangling Threads 

1925 
Comin' Through the Rye 

AL HERMAN 
1926 
Beyond the Trail 

HOWARD HIGGIN 
1922 
Rent Free 

1925 

In the Name of Love 
The New Commandment 

1926 
The Wilderness Woman 
The Reckless Lady 
The Great Deception 

GEORGE W. HILL 
1923 
The Hill Billy 

1924 

The Midnight Express 
Through the Dark 
The Hill Billy 
The Foolish Virgin 

1925 
Zander the Great 
The Limited Mail 

1926 
The Barrier 
Tell It to the Marines 

ROBERT HILL 
1923 

Shadows of the North 
His Mystery Girl 
Crooked Alley 

1924 
Jack O' Clubs 
Dark Stairways 
The Breathless Moment 
Excitement 
Young Ideas 
The Dangerous Blond 

1926 
The BarC Mystery 

LAMBERT HILLYER 

1922 
Travelin' On 
Skin Deep 
White Oak 
Three Word Brand 
White Hands 
Caught Bluffing 
The Super-Sex 
The Altar Stairs 

1923 
The Shock 
The Spoilers 
Scars of Jealousy 
Temporary Marriage 
Lone Star Ranger 
Mile-A-Minute Romeo 

1924 
Those Who Dance 



Barbara Frietchie 
Eyes of the Forest 
1925 
I Want My Man 
The Making of O'Malley 
The Unguarded Hour 
The Knockout 

1926 
Miss Nobody 
Her Second Chance 

GORDON HIKES 

1924 
Trail Dust 

CHARLES HINES 
1923 

Conductor 1492 

1924 
The Speed Spook 

1925 
The Early Bird 
The Crackerjack 
The Live Wire 

1926 
Rainbow Riley 
Stepping Along 
The Brown Derby 

ALFRED J. HITCHCOCK 

1926 
Pleasure Garden 
Mountain Eagle 

RENAUD HOFFMAN 

1924 
Not One to Spare 
Legend of Hollywood 

1925 
Private Affairs 
His Master's Voice 
On the Threshold 

1926 
The Unknown Soldier 

JAMES P. HOGAN 
1925 
The Mansion of Aching Hearts 
My Lady's Lips 
Jimmie's Millions 
Women and Gold 

1926 
S. O. S. Perils of the Sea 
Steel Preferred 
The Isle of Retribution 
King of the Turf 
Flaming Fury 

EDWIN L. HOLLYWOOD 

1922 
French Heels 
No Trespassing 

GEORGE HOLT 

1922 
The White Masks 
The Trail's End 

ALLAN HOLUBAR 

1922 
Hurricane's Gal 

1923 
Slander the Woman 
Broken Chains 

E. MASON HOPPER 

1922 
From the Ground Up 
All's Fair in Love 
Glorious Fool 
Hungry Hearts 
Brothers Under the Skin 

1923 
Daddy 
The Love Piker 

1924 
Janice Meredith 
The Great White Way 

1925 
The Crovirded Hour 

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1926 

Up in Mabel's Room 
Paris at Midnight 
Almost a Lady 

CHARLES HORAN 

1922 
The Splendid Lie 

1923 
Does It Pay 

1924 
No Mother to Guide Het 

FRED HORNBY 
1923 
The Call of the Hills 

JAMES W. HORNE 

1922 
Don't Doubt Your Wife 
The Forgotten Law 

1923 
Can a Woman Love Twice 
The Hottentot 
A Man of Action 
The Sunshine Trail 
Blow Your Own Horn 
Itching Palms 
Alimony 

1924 
Hail the Hero 
Stepping Lively 
The Yankee Counsel 
Alimony 

American Manners 
In Fast Company 

1925 
Laughing at Danger 
Youth and Adventure 

1926 
Kosher Kitty Kelly 
The Cruise of the Jasper B 
ROBT. J. HORNER 
His Greatest Battle 
Riding Wild 
Pony Express Rider 
Twin Six O'Brien 
The Walloping Kid 

JACK HORRY 

1926 
Keep Going 

HARRY HOUDINI 

1923 
Haldane of the Secret Service 

WILLIAM K. HOWARD 

1922 
Extra, Extra 
Deserted at the Altar 
Danger Ahead 

i923 
Lucky Dan 

The Fourth Musketeer 
Captain-Fly-By-Night 
Let's Go 

1924 
The Border Legion 
East of Broadway 
The Torrent 

1925 
Code of the West 
The Light of Western Stars 
The Thundering Herd 

1926 
Volcano 
Red Dice 
Bachelor Brides 
Gigolo 

HARRY O. HOYT 

1922 
Curse of Drink 

1924 
The Lost World 
Ten After Ten 
The Radio Flyer 
The Fatal Plunge 
The Law Demands 
Fangs of the Wolf 
The Woman on the Jury 



1925 
The Primrose Path 
The Unnamed Woman 

1926 
When Love Grows Cold 
The Belle of Broadway 

RUPERT HUGHES 
!922 
The Wall Flower 
Remembrance 

1923 
Gimme 

Look Your Best 
Souls for Sale 

1924 
True as Steel 
Reno 

WARD HUGHES 
1924 
Come On Cowboys 

WILLIAM HUMPHREY 
1922 
Foolish Monte Carlo 

AUSTIN O. HUHN 
1923 
A Clouded Name 

T. HAYES HUNTER 
1922 
The Light in the Clearing 

1924 
Damaged Hearts 
Trouping with Ellen 
Recoil 

1925 
The Sky Raider 
Wildfire 

CHARLES J. HUNT 
1926 
The Warning Signal 
The Smoke Eaters 
The Dixie Flyer 

PAUL HURST 
1922 
The Crow's Nest 
Heart of a Texan 
Table Top Ranch 
1524 
Passing of Wolf MacLean 
The Courageous Coward 

1925 
The Rattler 
The Fighting Cub 
The Haunted Ranch 
The Gold Hunters 
The Demon Rider 
1926 
The Midnight Message 
CHARLES HUTCHINSON 
1924 
Poison 

1925 
Red Blood and Blue 
On Probation 
Was It Bigamy? 

1926 
The Winning Wallop 

BERNIE HYMAN 
1925 
Morals for Men 

JOHN INGE 
1923 
The Love Trap 

1924 
Cheap Kisses 

1925 
If Marriage Fails 
The Girl of Gold 

1926 
Her Big Adventure 
The Great Jewel Robbery 
RALPH INGE 
1922 
The Referee 
A Wide Open Town 
Channing of the Northwest 
Reckless Youth 



Tropical Love 

1923 

Homeward Bound 

Counterfeit Love 

Success 

1924 

The House of Youth 

The Chorus Lady 

The Uninvited Guest 

Dynamite Smith 

The Moral Sinner 
1925 
Lady Robinhood 
Alias Mary Flynn 
Smooth As Satin 
Playing with Souls 
The Sea Wolf 

1925 
Breed of the Sea 
The Better Way 
Bigger Than Barnum's 
The Lone Wolf's Return 

THOMAS H. INGE 
1925 

Idle Tongues 

FRANK L. INGHRAM 
1924 
Bifif Bang Buddy 
1926 
Speedy Spurs 

LLOYD INGRAHAM 

1922 
My Lady Friends 
Marry the Poor Girl 
Second Hand Rose 
At the Sign of the Jack 

O'Lantern 
The Veiled Woman 
The Danger Point 

1923 
Going Up 
No More Women 

1924 
Beauty Prize 
The Lightning Rider 
No More Women 
The Wise Virgin 

1925 
Soft Shoes 
Midnight Molly 

1926 
The Nut- Cracker 
Hearts and Fists 
Oh What a Night 

REX INGRAM 

1922 
Turn to the Right 
Prisoner of Zenda 
Trifling Women 

1923 
Where the Pavement Ends 
Scaramouche 

1924 
The Arab 

1926 
Mare Nostrum 
The Magician 

CAMELLO INNOCENTI 

1922 
Retribution 

PAUL IRIBE 

1924 
Changing Husbands 

1925 
Forty Winks 
The Night Club 

GEORGE IRVING 

1922 
Her Majesty 

1923 
Lost In a Big City 

1924 
Floodgates 
JULIA CRAWFORD IVERS 

1923 
The White Flower 

311 



JACQUES JACCARD 

1922 
The Great Alone 
Riding With Death 

1924 
Unseen Hands 

1926 
Desert Greed 
The Outlaw Breaker 

FRED JACKMAN 

1923 
The Call of the Wild 

1924 
The King of Wild Beasts 

1925 
Black Cyclone 

1926 
Devil Horse 

GEORGE JACOBY 

1922 
The Last Payment 
Vendetta 

EMORY JOHNSON 

1922 
In the Name of the Law 

1923 
The Third Alarm 
Westbound Limited 
The Mailman 

1924 
Spirit of the U. S. A. 
Life's Greatest Game 

1925 
The Last Edition 

1926 
The Non-Stop Flight 
The Fourth Commandment 

LORIMER JOHNSON 
1923 
Cricket on the Hearth 

MARTIN JOHNSON 
1923 
Head Hunters of the South 

Sea 
Trailing African Wild Ani- 
mals 

GROVER JONES 

1922 
The Unknown 
Taking Chances 
Putting It Over 

1923 
The Speed King 

F. RICHARD JONES 

1922 
Molly O 

Cross Roads of New York 
The Country Flapper 

1923 
Extra Girl 
Suzanna 
Shriek of Araby 

EDWARD JOSE 

1922 
The Prodigal Judge 
The Rainbow 
The Matrimonial Web 
The Girl in His House 
The Man From Downing St. 

1925 
Perils of Paris 

RUPERT JULIAN 

1922 
Girl Who Ran Wild 

1923 
Merry-Go-Round 

1924 
Love and Glory 

1925 
The Phantom of the Opera 
Hell's Highroad 




312 



1926 
Three Faces East 
Silence 

ALEXANDER KARDO 
1922 

Prince and the Pauper 

MAXWELL KARGER 
1922 
The Golden Gift 
A Hole in the Wall 
Hate 
Kisses 
The Idle Rich 

JAMES KEANE 

1922 

Whispering Women 

BUSTER KEATON 
1923 

Three Ages 
Our Hospitality 

1924 
The Navigator 
Sherlock, Jr. 

1925 
Go West 
Seven Chances 

1926 
The General 
Battling Butler 

VERNON KEAYS 
1924 
The End of the World 

ALBERT J. KELLY 
1922 

Deserted at the Altar 

1926 

Shameful Behavior 
His New York Wife 
Dancing Days 

LEM F. KENNEDY 

1922 
The Power Within 

1925 
Down Upon the Suwannee River 

ERLE KENTON 

1923 
Tea With a Kick 

1925 
Red Hot Tires 
The Danger Signal 

192« 
The Sap 
The Love Toy 
The Palm Beach Girl 
Other Women's Husbands 

ROBERT KERR 
1926 
A Trip to Chinatown 
30 Below Zero 

MICHAEL KERTEZ 
1922 
Mrs. Dane's Confession 

1923 
The Queen of Sin 

RICHARD KILLINO 
1924 
A Soul's Awakening 

BURTON KING 

1922 
For Your Daughter's Sake 
Shylock of Wall St. 
The Man From Beyond 
The Road to Arcady 

1923 
The Fair Cheat 
None So Blind 
The Streets of New York 



1924 

The Man Without a Heart 
The Masked Dancer 

1925 
A Little Girl in a Big City 
Police Patrol 
Counsel for the Defense 
The Mad Dancer 
Those Who Judge 

1926 

Ermine and Rhinestones 

HENRY KING 
1922 
Sonny 

Tol'able David 
The Seventh Day 
The Bond Boy 

1923 

Fury 

The White Sister 

1925 
Stella Dallas 
Romola 
Any Woman 
Sackcloth and Scarlet 

1926 
Partners Again 
The Winning of Barbara Worth 

LEWIS KING 

1922 
Peaceful Peters 

1923 
Devil's Door Yard 
Spawn of the Desert 
Law Rustlers 
Sun-Dog Trail 

DAVID KIRKLAND 

1923 
The Barefoot Boy 

1925 
All Around Frying Pan 
The Tomboy 

1926 
The Two Gun Man 
A Regular Scout 

JAMES KIRKLAND 

1924 
For Another Woman 

1925 
The Tomboy 
Who Cares 

L. KISTENMACHER 
1922 
The Hardest Way 

HARLEY KNOLES 

1923 

The Bohemian C.irl 
1926 
Oh Baby 
Lew Tyler's Wives 

LEE KOHLMAR 
1922 
High Heels 

HENRY KOLKER 

1923 
The Leopardess 

1924 
Neglected Women 
Swords and the Woman 
The Purple Highway 
The Snow Bride 

GREGORY LA CAVA 

1924 
The New School Teacber 
Restless Wives 

1925 
Womanhandled 

1926 
Let's Get Married 

313 



So's Your Old Man 
Say It Again 
Paradise For Two 

EDWARD LAEMMLE 

1922 
Top O' the Morning 

1923 
The Victor 

1924 
The Sunset Trail 

»25 
Spook Ranch 
The Man In Blue 
A Woman's Faith 

1926 
The Still Alarm 
The Whole Town's Talking 

ERNEST LAEMMLE 

1926 

Prowlers of the Night 

FRITZ LANG 
1923 

Between Two Worlds 

1925 
Siegfried 

WALTER LANG 
1926 

The Red Kimono 
The Earth Woman 
The Golden Web 
Money to Burn 

WARD LASCELLE 
1922 
Rip Van Winkle 
Affinities 

1923 
Mind Over Motor 

JOHN S. LAWRENCE 
1922 

For His Sake 

ROWLAND V. LEE 
1922 

A SelfMade Man 
Money to Burn 
The Men of Zanzibar 
His Back Against the Wall 
Blind Hearis 
The Sea Lion 
Shirley of the Circus 
Mixed Faces 
The Dust Flower 

1923 
Desire 

Alice Adams 
You Can't Get Away With It 

1924 
Gentle Julia 

1925 
As No Man Has Loved 
In Love with Love 
Havoc 

1926 
The Silver Treasure 
The Outsider 

HENRY LEHRMAN 

1922 
Reported Missing 

1923 
Double Dealing 

1924 
On Time 

1926 
The Fighting Edge 

ROBERT Z. LEONARD 
1922 
Fascination 
Peacock Alley 
Broadway Rose 

1923 
The French Doll 



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Jazzmania 
Fashion Row 

1924 
Love's Wilderness 
Circe, the Enchantress 
Madamoiselle Midnight 

1925 
Cheaper to Marry 
Bright Lights 
Time the Comedian 

1926 
Dance Madness 
Mademoiselle Modiste 

EDWARD J. LESAINT 

1922 
The Sleep Walker 
More to be Pitied 

1923 
Only a Shop Girl 
Yesterday's Wife 
Temptation 
The Marriage Market 
Innocence 

1924 
Pal O' Mine 
Discontented Hiisliands 

1925 
The Love Gamble 
Three Keys 
Speed 
The Unwritten Law 

1926 
Brooding Eyes 
The Millionaire Policeman 

JOSEPH LEVERING 

1922 
Determination 
Flesh and Spirit 

1923 
The Tie That Binds 

1924 
Unrestrained Youth 
Who's Cheating 

1925 
Lillies of the Streets 

EDGAR LEWIS 
1922 

Strength of the Pines 

1923 
You Are Guilty 

1924 
The Right of the Strongest 

1925 
Red Love 

MAX LINDER 
1922 
Three Must Get There's 

FRANK LLOYD 
1922 

The Man From Lost River 
The Grim Comedian 
The Eternal Flame 
Oliver Twist 

1923 
Within the Law 
Ashes of Vengeance 
The Voice from the Minaret 

1924 
Silent Watcher 
The Sea Hawk 
Black Oxen 

1925 
Winds of Chance 
Her Husband's Secret 

1926 
The Splendid Road 
The Wise Guy 
The Eagle of the Sea 

CHARLES A. LOGUE 

1922 
Woman Who Fooled Herself 

1923 
Tents of Allah 



RAYMOND LONGFORD 
1922 

Bluo Mountain Mystery 

ERNST LUBITSCH 

1923 
Rosita 

1924 
Monmartre 
The Marriage Circle 
Three Women 
Forbidden Paradise 

1925 
Kiss Me Again 
Lady Windefmere's Fan 

1926 
So This Is Paris 

WILFRED LUCAS 
1922 
The Better Man 

OSCAR LUND 
1924 
For Woman's Favor 

GLENN LYONS 
1922 
The First Woman 

1923 
Is Money Everything 

CHESTER LYONS 
1926 
Mother Machree 

HENRY MAC REA 
1922 
Cameron of the Royal Mount- 
ed 

1924 
The Price She Paid 
Racing for Life 
A Fight for Honor 

CHARLES MAIGNE 

1922 
Received Payment 
Hush Money 
Cowboy and the Lady 

1923 
Trail of the Lonesome Pine 
Drums of Fate 
Silent Partner 

LEO MALONEY 
1924 

The Perfect Alibi 
Payable On Demand 
Riding Double 
Not Built for Runnin' 
King's Creek Law 
Headin' Through 
Huntin' Trouble 

1925 
The Loser's End 
Across the Deadline 

1926 
Win, Lose or Draw 
Luck and Sand 
The Outlaw Express 
The High Hand 

JAY MARCHANT 

1925 
Speed Mad 
The Great Sensation 

FRANCES MARION 
1922 
Just Around the Corner 

GEORGE MARSHALL 
1922 
The Jolt 

Lady from Longacre 
Smiles Are Trumps 

1923 
Don Quickshot of the Rio 
Grande 

315 



Men in the Raw 
Where is this West 

1924 
Mile-A-Minute Kendall 
The Lone Wagon 

1926 
Buffalo Bill on the U. P. Trail 
Kit Carson Over the Great 

Divide 
Code of the Northwest 

JOSEPH MAXWELL 
1922 

Frivolous Wives 

JOE MAY 
1923 
Mistress of the World 
The Greatest Truth 
Above All Law 

ARCHIE MAYO 
1926 

Money Talks 
Unknown Treasures 
Christine of the Big Tops 

HENRY McCarthy 

1925 
The Silent Pal 
The Night Ship 

1926 
The Phantom of the Forest 
Flashing Fangs 
The Lodge in the Wilderness 

JOHN P. McCarthy 

1922 
Shadows of Conscience 

1925 
The Brand of Cowardice 

1926 
Pals 

Vanishing Hoofs 
The Border Whirlwind 

JUSTIN MCCLOSKEY 
1924 
Flapper Wives 

1926 

Anything Once 

HUGH McCLUNG 
1923 
Just Like a Woman 

MERRILL McCORMICK 
1923 
A Son of the Desert 
Good Men and Bad 

JOHN L. McCUTCHEON 

1923 
Man and Wife 

1924 
The Law and the Lady 

JOHN W. McDERMOTT 
1923 
Patsy 

Mary of the Movies 
Spider and the Rose 
Her Temporary Husband 

1925 
Manhattan Madness 

1926 
Love Thief 

J. K. McDONALD 
1924 
A Self Made Failvtre 

WILBUR McGAUGH 
1925 
Whistling Jim 



Seven Years 
of Unbroken Progress 



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Entering national distribution field 



1927 




Playing in 

13,000 Theatres 



EDUCATIONAL FILM EXCHANGES, Inc. 

E. W. Hammons, President 



316 



Three Pals 

1926 
Officer Jim 

J. P. McGOWAN 

1922 
Hills of Missing Men 
Reckless Chances 
Ruse of the Rattler 

1923 
Stormy Seas 
One Million in Jewels 
Whipping Boss 

1924 
Western Vengeance 
Crossed Trails 
A Desperate Adventure 
A Two Fisted Tenderfoot 
Baffled 
Barriers of the T>aw 

192S 
Blood and Steel 
Border Intrigue 
The Gambling Fool 
Outwitted 

The Fighting Sheriff 
Peggy of the Secret Service 

1926 
Silver Fingers 
The Ace of Clubs 
Mistaken Orders 
The Fast Freight 
The Narrow Escape 
The Road Agent 
Riding Romance 
Riding for Life 
Red Blood 
Buried Gold 
The Iron Fist 
Crossed Signals 
The Desperate Chance 
Fighting Luck 
The Lost Trail 
Tlie Lost Express 

JAMES McHENRY 
1925 
Anything Once 

JAMES C. McKAY 

1925 
Souls for Sables 

1926 
Fools of Fashion 

ROBERT McKENZIE 
1922 

Knight of the West 
A Western Demon 

HENRY McRAE 
1923 
Critical Age 
Man from Glengarry 

1925 
The Fearless Lover 
Tainted Money 
Women First 

J. LEO MEEHAN 

1923 
Michael O'Holleran 

1924 
A Girl of the Limberlost 

1925 
The Keeper of the Bees 

1926 
Laddie 

GEORGE MELFORD 

1922 
Great Impersonation 
The Sheik 

Woman Who Walked Alone 
Moran of the Lady Letty 
Burning Sands 
Ebb Tide 

1923 
Java Head 

You Can't Fool Your Wife 
Salomy Jane 
Light That Failed 



1924 
Flaming Barriers 
The Dawn of a Tomorrow 
Tiger Love 

1925 
Friendly Enemies 
The Top of the World 
Simon the Jester 
Without Mercy 

1926 
Whispering Smith 
Rocking Moon 
The Flame of the Yukon 
Going Crooked 

LOTHAR MENDES 
1926 
The Prince of Tempters 

LOUIS MERCANTON 
i922 

Possession 
Gypsy Passion 

HANS MIERANDORN 
1922 
The Craven 

LEWIS MILESTONE 
1926 
The Cave Man 

Seven Sinners 
The New Klondike 

HARRY MILLARDE 

1922 
Town That Forgot God 
My Friend the Devil 

1923 
If Winter Comes 
Governor's Lady 

1925 
The Fool 

CHARLES MILLER 

1922 

The Man She Brought Back 

1926 

Ship of Souls 

BRUCE MITCHELL 
1924 

Love's Whirlpool 
Another Man's Wife 

1925 
The Cloud Rider 
Tricks 

The Air Hawk 
Savages of the Sea 
Wolf Blood 
Flyin' Through 

HOWARD MITCHELL 

1922 
Queenie 

Winning With Wits 
Cinderella of the Hills 
The Crusader 

1923 
His Last Race 
Man's Size 
Forgive and Forget 

1924 
TIiQ Lone Chance 
Romance Ranch 
The Road to Broadway 
Jazz Girl 

ROY MITCHELL 
1922 
Proofs of Innocence 

HUBERT MOEST 
1922 
Lady Godiva 

HARRY MOODY 
1922 
The Range Patrol 
1923 
Flame of Passion 
1924 
The r ame Up 
Scars A Hate 

317 



MILBURN MORANTE 
1922 
Diamond Carlisle 
Blind Circumstances 
Hate Trail 

1926 
The Escape 
Chasing Trouble 
Bucking the Truth 

LEWIS H. MOOMAW 

1924 
The Chechahcos 

1925 
Under the Rouge 

1926 
Flames 

WALTER MOROSCO 
1926 

Silken Shackles 
While London Sleeps 

EDMUND MORTIMER 

1923 
Railroaded 
The Exiles 

1924 
A Man's Hate 
That French Lady 
The Desert Outlaw 
The Wolf Man 
Against All Odds 
Just Off Broadway 

1925 
Gold and the Girl 
Scandal Proof 
The Star Dust Trail 
Arizona Romeo 
The Prairie Pirate 
The Man from Red Gulch 

1926 
Satan Town 

DUDLEY MURPHY 
1923 
High Speed Lee 

JANE MURFIN 
1924 
Flapper Wives 

F. W. MURNAU 
1925 
The Last Laugh 

1926 

Faust 

NORBERT MYLES 
1924 

Walloping Wallace 

HENRY J. NAPIER 
1922 
The Faithless Sex 

MARSHALL NEILAN 

1922 
Fools First 
Penrod 

The Lotus Eater 
Minnie 

1923 
The Eternal Three 
The Stranger's Banquet 
The Rendezvous 

1924 
Tess of the D'Urbervilles 
Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall 

1925 
The Sporting Venus 

1926 
The Skyrocket 
Mike 
Wild Oats Lane 

R. WILLIAM NEILL 
1922 
The Iron Trail 




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What's Wrong With The 
Women 

1923 
Radio Mania 
Toilers of the Sea 

1924 
Broken Laws 
Ry Divine Right 
Vanity's Price 

1925 
The Kiss Barrier 
Percy 

Marriage in Transit 
Greater Than a down 

1926 
A Man Four Square 
Black Paradise 
Fighting- Buckaroo 
The Cowboy and the Countess 

ALVIN J. NEITZ 
1923 

The Firebrand 

1924 
That Wild West 
The Virgin 

The Call of the Mate 
Down by* the Rio Grande 
Dangerous Trails 
The Virgin 
Border Women 
The White Panther 

1925 
The Reckless Sex 
Warrior Gap 

JACK NELSON 
1922 
Watch Him Step 
1923 

Through the Flames 

1924 
After a Million 
Calibre 45 

1925 
Wall St. Whizz 
'Ihe Isle of Hope 

1926 
The Fighting Boob 
Mile-a-Minute Man 
The Prince of Pep 
Beyond the Rockies 
The Call of the Wilderness 

GUY NEWALL 
1922 

The Bigamist 

FRED NEWMEYER 

1922 
A Sailor-Made Man 
Grandma's Boy 

1924 
Girl Shy 
Hot Water 

1925 
The Freshman 
Seven Keys to Baldpate 

1926 
The Perfect Clown 

FRED NIBLO 

1922 
The Woman He Married 
Rose O'the Sea 
Blood and Sand 
The Three Musketeers 

1923 
Famous Mrs. Fair 
Strangers of the Night 

1924 
The Red Lily 
Thy Name is Woman 

1926 
Ben Hur 

WILLIAM NIGH 
1922 
Soul of Man 



Your Best Friend 
School Days 
Notoriety 

1923 
Marriage Morals 

1924 
Born Rich 

1925 
Fear Bound 
The Little Giant 

1926 
The Fire Brigade 

JOHN W. NOBLE 

1922 
Cardigan 

1924 
Stranger from the North 
His Darker Self 

MASON NOEL 
1926 

The Night Patrol 

The Blue Streak 

The Broadway Gallant 

WILFRED NOISE 
1926 

Spider Webs 

WILFRED NOY 
1925 
The Lost Chord 
The Midnight Girl 
The Substitute Wife 

JOHN B. O'BRIEN 

1922 
Father Tom 

1924 
Those Who Dare 

1925 
The Outlaw's Daughter 

FRANK O'CONNOR 

1922 
Penrod 

A Virginia Courtship 
A Homespun Vamp 

1925 
Go Straight 
One of the Bravest 
Free to Love 

1926 
The Lawful Cheaters 
The Block Signal 
Devil's Island 
Exclusive Rights 
Heroes of the Night 
Hearts and Spangles 
The Speed Limit 
Spangles 

The Silent Power 
The False Alarm 

JOHN OKEY 
1923 
Outlaws of the Sea 

SIDNEY OLCOTT 

1922 
The Right Way 
Pardon My French 
God's Country and the Law 
Timothy's Quest 

1923 
The Green Goddess 
Little Old New York 

1924 
The Only Woman 
Monsieur Beaucaire 
The Humming Bird 

1925 
The Charmer 
Not So Long Ago 
Salome of the Tenements 
The Best People 

1926 
Ranson's Folly 
White Black Sheep 

319 



The Amateur Gentleman 

FRANK O'NEILL 
1925 
The Overland Limited 

RICHARD OSWALD 
1923 

Afifairs of Lady Hamilton 

HENRY OTTO 

1923 
Love Bound 
The Temple of Venus 

1924 
Dante's Inferno 

1925 
Folly of Vanity 
The Ancient Mariner 

PAUL OTTO 
J921 

Tradition 
RUTH BRYAN OWEN 
1922 
Once Upon a Time 

WILLIAM PARKE 
1923 

Legally Dead 
The CleanUp 
A Million to Burn 

ALBERT PARKER 

1922 
Love's Redemption 
Sherlock Holmes 

1924 
Second Youth 
I he Rejected Woman 

1926 
The Black Pirate 
Sunya 

GEORGE PARSON 

1922 
Me and My Gal 

STUART PATON 

1922 
The Black Bag 
Man Who Married His Own 

Wife 
Conflict 
Man to Man 
One Wonderful Night 
Wolf Law 
The Married Flapper 

1923 
The Scarlet Car 
The Love Brand 
Burning Words 
Bavu 

1926 
The Baited Trap 
The Lady from Hell 
Frenzied Flames 
Forest Havoc 
The Wolf Hunters 

VAL PAUL 

1922 
The Kick-Back 
Good Man and True 

1923 
Canyon of the Fools 
Crashin' Thru 
Desert Driven 
The Miracle Baby 

MARCEL PEREZ 

1922 

Unconquered Woman 
Better Man Wins 

LEONCE PERRET 
1925 
Madame Sans Gene 
1926 
The Secret Spring 



WRAY PHYSIOC 
1922 

The Blond Vampire 
The Madness of Love 

LEPU PICK 
1922 

Shattered 

JACK PICKFORD 
1925 
Waking Up the Town 

HORACE G. PLIMPTON 
1922 

Ashamed of Parents 
Through the Storm 
Should a Wife Work 

HARRY POLLARD 
1922 

Trimmed 

Confidence 

The Loaded Door 

1923 
Trifling With Honor 

1924 
Oh, Doctor 
Sporting Youth 
Tlie Reckless Age 
K-the Unknown 

1925 
I'll Show You the Town 
California Straight Ahead 

1926 
The Cohens and Kellys 
Poker Faces 

ALBERT PLUMMER 
1923 
Darkness and Daylight 

PAUL POWELL 

1922 
The Crimson Challenge 
The Cradle 
For the Defense 
The Ordeal 
Borderland 

1923 
Daughter of Luxury 
Racing Hearts 
TKe Fog 

1925 
The Awful Truth 
Her Market Value 

1926 
The Prince of Pilsen 
North Star 

JACK PRATT 

1922 
Yankee Doodle, Jr. 

1923 
The Rip Tide 

GILBERT PRATT 
1925 
Keep Smiling 

PAUL PRICE 

1922 
Are Children to Blame 

ALBERT RAY 
1926 
More Pay Less Work 
Wliispering Wires 

CHARLES RAY 
1922 
Gas, Oil or Water 
The Deuce of Spades 
Alias Julius Caesar 
R. S. V. P. 
The Barnstormer 
Two Minutes To Go 
Smudge 



HERMAN C. RAYMAKER 
1924 

Racing Luck 

1925 
Tracked in the Snow Country 

Below the Line 
The Love Hour 

1926 
His Jazz Bride 
The Night Cry 
Millionaires 
Hero of the Big Snows 

ALFRED L. RAYBOCH 
1926 
Obey the Law 

J. PARKER READ, JR. 

1923 
The Last Moment 

LUTHER REED 

1926 
The Ace of Cads 

FREDERICK REEL, JR. 

1926 
The Gasoline Cowboy 
Eyes of the Desert 
Border Rider 

CURT REHFELD 

1926 

The Greater Glory 

IRVING REIS 
1926 

Business of Love 

CHARLES REISNER 

1925 
The Man on the Box 

1926 
Oh What a Nurse 
The Better 'Ole 

HARRY REVIER 

i922 
Life's Greatest Question 
The Broadway Madonna 

LYNN F. REYNOLDS 

1922 
The Night Horseman 
Up and Going 
Trailin' 
Sky High 
For Big Stakes 
Just Tony 
Tom Mix in Arabia 

1923 
Brass Commandments 
The Gun Fighter 
The Huntress 

1924 
The Last of the Duanes 

1925 
Riders of the Purple Sage 
The Deadwood Coach 
The Rainbow Trail 
Durand of the Bad Lands 

1926 
Chip of the Flying U 
Combat 

The Texas Streak 
Prisoners of the Storm 
The Man in the Saddle 
The Buckaroo Kid 

FRANK RICHARDSON 

1922 
In the Night 

1926 
Racing Blood 
The King of the Pack 
ARCHIE RICKS 

1926 
In Broncho I^and 

GEORGE RIDCliWELL 

1922 
Don't Blame Your Children 
ARTHUR RIPPERT 

1922 
Playthings of an Emperor 

320 



HAL ROACH 

1924 
White Sheep 

JESSE ROBBINS 
1922 
Too Much Business 
Ladder Jinx 

1923 
The Front Page Story 

1924 
The Law Forbids 

JOHN S. ROBHRTSCN 
1922 

Spanish Jade 
Love's Boomerang 
Footlights 

Tess of the Storm Country 
1923 
The Fighting Blade 
The Bright Shawl 
Twenty-One 

1924 
Classmates 

The Enchanted Cottage 
1925 
Soul Fire 
New Toys 
Shore Leave 

CAPT. JACK ROBERTSON 
1925 
The True North 
1926 

Alaskan Adventures 

ARTHUR ROBISON 
1926 
Manon Lescaut 

THEODORE ROCKWELL 
1922 

Barriers of Folly 
1924 

Lightning Romance 

Thundering Hoofs 

Quemado 

The Mask of Lopez 

ALBERT ROGELL 
1923 

The Great Menace 
The Mask of Lopez 
1924 

Galloping Gallagher 
North of Nevada 
The Fighting Sap 
The Dangerous Coward 
The Silent Stranger 

1925 
The Snob Buster 
The Circus Cyclone 
Easy Money 
Super Speed 
Youth's Gamble 
Crack O'Dawn 
The Fear Fighter 
The Cyclone Cavalier 
The Goat Getter 

1926 
Fighting Fate 
The Unknown Cavalier 
Man from the West 
Senor Daredevil 
Red Hot Leather 
Wild Horse Stampede 
Men of the Night 

GEORGE K. ROLANDS 
1922 
Breaking Home Ties 

ARTHUR ROOKE 
1922 
One Moment's Happin«ss 

PHILIP ROSEN 
1922 
The Young Rajah 
The Bonded Woman 



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Handle With Care 
Across the Continent 
The World's Champion 

1924 

This Woman 
Bridge of Sighs 
A Wise Son 
Lovers' Lane 
Being Respectable 
Abraham Lincoln 

1925 
Heart of a Siren 
The White Monkey 
The Bridge of Sighs 
Wandering Footsteps 

1926 
A Woman's Heart 
Stolen Pleasure 
Rose of the Tenements 
Adorable Deceiver 

NAT ROSS 

1922 
The Galloping Kid 
Ridin* Wild 

1923 
The Ghost Patrol 
Six Fifty 
Pure Grit 

1924 
The Slanderers 

1926 
Two Can Play 

The Transcontinental Limited 
Striving for Fortune 
April Fool 

EARL ROSSMAN 

1925 
Kivalina of the Ice Lands 
ARTHUR ROSSON 

1922 
The Fire Bride 
Desert Blossoms 
Fighting Streak 
Always the Woman 
For Those We Love 

1923 
Little Johnny Jones 
The Satin Girl 
Garrison's Finish 

1924 
Measure of a Man 

1925 

Ridin' Pretty 
The Burning Trail 
The Meddler 
Taming the West 
The Fighting Demon 
Tearing Through 

1926 
Wet Paint 
You'd Be Surprised 
Stranded in Paris 

RICHARD ROSSON 

1926 
Fine Manners 

WILLIAM L. ROUBERT 
1923 
For You My Boy 

HENRY ROUSSELL 
1922 
The Sheik's Wife 

WESLEY RUGGLES 

i922 
Slippey McGee 
Wild Honey 
If I Were Queen 

1923 
The Heart Raider 
Mr. Billings Spends His Dime 
The Remittance Woman 



1924 

Th(S Age of Innocence 

1925 
The Plastic Age 
A Broadway Lady 

1926 
The Kick-Off 
A Man of Quality 

AL RUSSELL 

1924 
The Lone Fighter 
EDWARD G. SALISBURY 
1923 

Black Shadows 

A. W. SANDBERG 

1923 
David Copperfield 

ALFRED SANTELL 
1922 
Wildcat Jordan 

1923 
Lights Out 

1924 
Parisian Nights 
Empty Hearts 
Fools in the' Dark 

1925 
The Marriage Whirl 
The Man Who Played Square 
Parisian Nights 
Classified 

1926 
Sweet Daddies 
Bluebeard's Seven Wives 
The Dancer of Paris 
Subway Sadie 
Just Another Blonde 

PAUL SCARDON 
1922 
False Kisses 
The Golden Gallows 
Shattered Dreams 
A Wonderful Wife 
When the Devil Drives 

1924 
Her Own Free Will 

VICTOR L. SCHERTZINGER 
1922 

Mr. Barnes of New York 

Head Over Heels 

Bootlegger's Daughter 
1923 

The Lonely Road 

The Scarlet Lily 

Refuge 

Dollar Devils 

The Kingdom Within 

The Man Next Door 

Chastity 

Long Live the King 

The Man Life Passed By 

1924 
Bread 
A Boy of Flanders 

1925 
Frivolous Sal_ 
Man and Maid 
The Wheel 
Thunder Mountain 
1926 
The Golden Strain 
Siberia 

The Return of Peter Grimm 
The Lily 

MAURICE SCHWARTZ 
1926 
Broken Hearts 

VICTOR SEASTROM 
1922 
The Stroke of Midnight 
Mortal Clay 

321 



1923 
Name the Man 

1924 
He Who Gets Slapped 

1925 
Confessions of a Queen 
The Tower of Lies 

1926 
The Scarlet Letter 

CHARLES M. SEAY 

1922 
Jan of the Big Snows 

EDWARD SEDGWICK 
1922 
The Rough Diamond 
Chasing the Moon 
Bar Nothin' 
The Bear Cat 
Do and Dare 
Boomerang Justice 

1923 

Dead Game 

Blinky 

Gentleman from America 

Shootin' For Love 

Single Handed 

Out of Luck 

The First Degree 

The Rambling Kid 

The Flaming Hour 

Romance Land 

The Thrill Chaser 
1924 

Ridin' Kid from Powder River 

Forty Horse Hawkins 
The Sawdust Trail 
Hook and Ladder 

Broadway or Bust 
Ride for Your Life 
Hit and Run 

1925 
Let 'Er Buck 
Hurricane Kid 
The Saddle Hawk 
Lorraine of the Liona 
Two Fisted Jones 
1926 
Under Western Skies 
The Flaming Frontier 
There You Are 
Tin Hats 
The Runaway Express 

CHARLES R. SEELING 

1922 
Western Firebrands 
Across the Border 
Rounding Up the Law 

1923 
The End of the Rope 
Cyclone Jones 
The Purple Dawn 

1924 
The Purpk Dawn 
Yankee Madness 

LEW SEILER 

1C24 
Darwin Was Right 

1926 
No Man's Gold 
The Great K & A Train Robbery 

WILLIAM A. SEITER 
1922 
Boy Crazy 
The Foolish Age 
The Understudy 
Gay and Devilish 
Eden and Return 
Up and At 'Em 

1923 
When Love Comes 
Bell Boy 13 

Little Church Around the 
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322 



1924 

The Mad Whirl 
His Forgotten Wife 
Daddies 

The Family Secret 
Listen, Lrster 
Tlic White Sm 
The I'ist VVcrker 
Helen's Baljies 

1925 
The Teaser 
Dangerous Innocence 
Where Was I ? 

1926 
Skinner's Dress Suit 
What Happened to Jones? 
Rolling Home 
Take It from Me 
The Cheerful Fraud 

FRANKLIN SEITES 
1922 
Nine Seconds to Heaven 

GEORGE B. SEITZ 

1922 
Rogues and Romance 

1923 
The Way of a Man 

1924 
Into the Net 
The Fortieth Door 

1925 
Wild Horse Mesa 
The Vanishing American 

1926 
Desert Gold 
Pals in Paradise 
The Last Frontier 
The Ice Flood 

BERNARD SEIVEL 
1922 
Dawn of Revenge 

OLLIE SELLERS 
1922 
The New Disciple 

FRANK N. SELTZER 
1922 
Breaking Home Ties 
1924 

The Hoosier Schoolmaster 

LARRY SEMON 

1924 
The Girl in the Limousine 

1925 
The Wizard oi Oz 

1926 
Stop, Look and Listen 

HAROLD SHAW 

1923 
Rouged Lips 
Held to Answer 

1924 
The Fool's Awakeninc 

PERLEY POORE SHEEHAN 

1924 
The Night Message 

FORREST SHELDON 

1924 
Black Gold 
Rainbow Rangers 

1926 
Don X 

I^awless Trails 
The Man from Oklahoma 



ROY SHELDON 
1922 
Bootleggers 

1923 
Counterfeit Love 

NELL SHIPMAN 

1922 

The Girl From God's Country 

SCOTT SIDNEY 

1924 
Hfid Your Breath 
Reckless Romance 

1925 
Charley's Aunt 
Stop Flirting 
Seven Days 
Madame Behave 

1926 
The Million Dollar Handicap 
The Nervous Wreck 

PAUL SLOANE 
1925 

Too Many Kisses 
The Shock Punch 
A Man Must Live 
The Coming of Amos 

1926 
Eve's Leaves 
Made for Love 
The Clinging Vine 
Corporal Kate 

DAVID SLOMAN 
1926 
Remember 

EDWARD SLOMAN 

1922 
Shattered Idols 
Woman He Loved 

1923 
Backbone 

The Eagle's Feather 
The Last Hour 

1925 
Up the Ladder 
The Price of Pleasure 
His People 
The Storm Breaker 

1926 
The Beautiful Cheat 
The Old Soak 
Butterflies in the Rain 

RAY C. SMALLWOOD 
1922 
Queen of the Moulin Rouge 
My Old Kentucky Home 
When the Desert Calls 
Fools of Fortune 

CLIFFORD S. SMITH 

1922 
Crossing Trails 
Daring Danger 
My Dad 

1923 
Wild Bill Hickock 

1924 
Ridgeway of Montana 
Singer Jim ]\IcKee 
The Back Trail 
Fighting Fury 
Daring Chances 
The Western Wallop 

1925 
Roaring Adventure 
Ridin' Thunder 
The Sign of the Cactus 
The Open Trail 
The Scrappin' Kid 
The Call of Courage 
Arizona Sweepstake 
Bustin' Through 



Don Daredevil 
Flying Hoofs 

1926 

The Set Uik 

The Scrappin' Kid 

The Demon 

A Six vShootin' Romance 

Phantom Bullet 

Sky High Corral 

Rustlers' Ranch 

The Terror 

The Riding Rascal 

The Fighting Peacemaker 

The Desert's Toll 

DAVID SMITH 

1922 
My Wild Irish Rose 
Flower of the North 
A Guilty Conscience 
The Little Minister 

1923 
Midnight Alarm 
Masters of Men 
The Ninety and Nine 
Pioneer Trails 
Red Roses 
Man From Brodney's 

1924 
The Code of the Wilderness 
Captain Blood 
Borrowed Husbands 
My Man 

1925 
Baree, Son of Kazan 
Pampeied Youth 
Steele of the Royal Mounted 

HAMILTON SMITH 

1922 
Isle of Doubt 

1923 
The Inner Man 

NOEL SMITH 
1925 

The Clash of the Wolves 
H. A. SNOW 
1923 
Hunting Big Game in Africa 

DAVID SOLOMON 

1923 
South Sea Love 

1924 
Kentucky Days 
Love Letters 

MALCOLM ST. CLAIR 

1924 
How Baxter Butted In 
The Lighthouse by the Sea 
Find Your Man 
George Washinetnn, Jr. 

1925 
On Thin Ice 
Are Parents People 
The Trouble with Wives 
After Business Hours 

1926 
The Grand Duchess and the 

Waiter 
Good 'and Naughty 
A Woman of the World 
A Social Celebrity 
The Show-Oflf 
The Popular Sin 

JOHN STAHL 

1922 
The Song of Life 
One Clear Call 
Suspicious Wives 

1923 
The Wanters 
The Dangerous Age 



Harry L Reiclieiibacli 

International 

Advertising Publicity 

565 FIFTH AVE. 

MEMBER 

CAPEHART^CAREY CORFN, 

Times Building 

New York City 



324 



1924 
Husbands and Lovers 
Why Men Leave Home 

1925 
Fine Clothes 

1926 
Memory Lane 
The Gay Deceiver 

PENRHYN STANLAWS 

1922 
Over the Border 
The Law and the Woman 
The Little Minister 
Pink Gods 
Singed Wings 

B, F. STANLEY 

1926 
The Other Woman's Story 
RICHARD STANTON 

1923 
McGuire of the Mounted 

1925 
American Pluck 

PAUL STEIN 

1922 
The Red Peacock 
The Devil's Pawn 

1926 
My Official Wife 

MAURITZ STILLER 
1922 
Sir Arne's Treasure 
In Self Defense 

1924 
The Blizzard 

ALBERT ST. LOUIS 
1926 
Red Hot Papa 

BENJ. STOLOFF 
1926 
Tlie Canyon of Light 

JEROME STORM 

1922 

The Rosary 
Her Social Value 
Arabian Love 
Honor First 

1923 
The Madness of Youth 
Truxton King 
A California Romance 
Good Bye Girls 
Children of Jazz 
Saint Elmo 

1924 
The Brass Bowl 
The Goldfish 
The Siren of Seville 

1925 
Some Pun'kins 

1926 
Sweet Adeline 

MALCOLM STRAUSS 
1923 
Salome 

FRANK STRAYER 
1926 
Steppin' lOut 
The Lure of the Wild 
Enemy of Men 
The Fate of a Flirt 
When the Wife's Away 
Sweet Rosie O'Grady 

HUNT STROMBERG 
1923 
Breaking Into Society 
1924 

The Siren of Seville 
The Fire Patrol 
A Cafe in Cairo 
The Siren of Seville 
Tiger Thompson 



1925 

Paint and Powder 
Off the Highway 

1926 
Wmning the Futurity 

ROLLIN STURGEON 

1922 
North of the Rio Grande 

1923 
West of the Water Tower 

1924 
Daughters of Today 
West of the Water Tower 

FREDERICK SULLIVAN 
1922 
Courtship of Miles Standish 

EDWARD SUTHERLAND 
1925 
Wild, Wild Susan 
Coming Through 

A Regular Fellow 
1926 
It's the Old Army Game 
Behind the Front 
We're in the Navy Now 

CULLEN TATE 

1924 
Try and Get It 

1925 
The Carnival Girl 

CHARLES TAYLOR 
1922 
The Half Breea 

SAM TAYLOR 

1923 
Why Worry 
Safety Last 

1924 
Hot Water 
Girl Shy 

1925 
The Freshman 

1926 
For Heaven's Sake 
Exit Smiling 

S. E. V. TAYLOR 
1922 
The Jlohican's Daughter 

1924 

Roulette 

The Lone Wolf 

1926 

The Miracle of Life 

WILLIAM D. TAYLOR 
1922 
Morals 

The Top of New York 
The Green Temptation 
TOM TERRISS 
1922 
Find the Woman 
Boomerang Bill 
The Challenge 

1923 
Harbor Lights 

1924 
The Desert Sheik 
The Bandolero 

1925 
His Buddy's Wife 
1926 
A Romance of a Million Dollars 

GEORGE TERWILLIGER 

1922 
The Bride's Play 
What Fools Men Are 

1924 
Wife in Name Only 

1925 
Daughters Who Pay 
Married? 

325 



1926 

The Big Show 
The Highbinders 

OTIS B. THAYER 
1923 
Rider of the Range 

RICHARD THOMAS 

1923 

Love Pirate 

1924 

Phantom Justice 

1926 
The Truthful Sex 

ROBT. T. THORNBY 

1922 

Ridin' Wild 
The Fox 
The Trap 
Lorna Doone 

1923 
Gold Madness 
Stormswept 
Drivin' Fool 

1926 
West of Broadway 
The Speeding Venus 

RICHARD THORPE 

1924 
Hard Hittin' Hamilton 
Fast and Fearless 
Rough Ridin' 
Battling Buddy 
Rarin' to Go 

1925 
Quicker'n Lightning 
Gold and Grit 
On the Go 
Tearin' Loose 

1926 
The Dangerous Dub 
Twisted Triggers 
Rawhide 

The Fighting Cheat 
Galloping On 
Redheads Preferred 
The Roaring Rider 
Bonanza Buckaroo 
Coming an' Going 
College Days 
Double Daring 
Deuce High 
Easy Going 
Tosselyn's Wife 
The First Night 
Quicker'n Lightning 
The Saddle Cyclone 
A Streak of Lightning 
Speedy Spurs 
Twin Triggers 
Riding Rivals 
Tearin' Loose 
Trumpin' Trouble 

DION TITHERADGE 
1922 
David and Jonathan 
Her Story 

MAURICE TOURNEUR 

1922 
Deep Watera 
The Bait 
The County Fair 
The Last of the Mohicans 

1923 
Brass Bottle 
The Christian 
While Paris Sleeps 
Isle of Lost Ships 
Jealous Husbands 

1924 
Torment 



Darryl Francis Zanuck 

Author and Adaptor 

Representing the Work of Two Years — 1925-1926 

1. "FIND YOUR MAN." Rin-Tin-Tin 

2. "LIGHTHOUSE BY THE SEA," ** Rin-Tin-Tin 

3. "ON THIN ICE," *=^ Mai St. Clair Prod. 

4. "BROADWAY BUTTERFLY," William Beaudine Prod. 

5. "EVE'S LOVER," Irene Rich, Bert Lytell 

6. "THE LIMITED MAIL," ** George Hill Prod. 

7. "SEVEN SINNERS," Marie Prevost 

8. "HOGAN'S ALLEY,"* * Monte Blue 

9. "THE CAVE MAN." Lewis ^lilestone Prod. 

10. "OH WHAT A NURSE," ** Syd Chaplin 

11. "FOOTLOOSE WIDOWS." Roy Del Ruth Prod. 

12. "SOCIAL HIGHWAYMAN," William Beaudine Prod. 

13. "THE BETTER 'OLE," -* Charles F. Reisner Prod. 

14. "ACROSS THE PACIFIC," ** Roy Del Ruth Prod. 

15. "THE MISSING LINK," ** Syd Chaplin (Just Completed) 

16. "WOLF'S CLOTHING,"=== * Monte Blue, Patsy Ruth I\Iiller 

17. "A ^MILLION BID," Allan Crosland (In Preparation) 

18. "LITTLE IRISH GIRL," Dolores Costello 

Eighteen in Number — Some Qoody Some Bad — 
However, a lot of work and a lot of pleasure,, , 

WARNER BROS, PICTURES INC- 



326 



Jealous Husbands 
The White Moth 

1925 
Never the Twain Shall Meet 
Sporting Life 
Clothes Make the Pirate 

1926 
Aloma of the South Seas 
Old Loves and New 

V. TOURJANSKY 
1925 
Tales of a Thousand and One 
Nights 

1926 
Michael Strogoff 

ROBERT TOWNLEY 

1922 
Partners of the Sunset 
Welcome to our City 
Squire Phinn 

LAURENCE TRIMBLE 

1922 
The Silent Call 
Brawn of the North 

1924 
The Love Master 

1925 
White Fang 

1926 
l\ry Old Dutch 

GEORGE LOANE TUCKER 

1922 
Ladies Must Live 

FRANK TUTTLE 

1922 
The Cradle Buster 

1923 
Second Fiddle 
Youthful Cheaters 
Puritan Passions 

1924 
Dangerous Money 
Grit 

1925 
A Kiss in the Dark 
Miss Bluebeard 
The Manicure Girl 
The Lucky Devil 
Lovers in Quarantine 

1926 
The Untamed Lady 
The American Venus 
Love 'Em and Leave 'Em 
Kid Boots 

MAY TULLY 

1922 
Our Mutual Friend 
The Old Oaken Bucket 

1926 
That Old Gang of Mine 

FRANK URSON 
1922 
Exit the Vamp 
Tillie 

South of Suva 
The Heart Specialist 
Minnie 

1924 
Changing Husbands 

1925 
Forty Winks 
The Night Club 

1926 
Her Man O' War 

TRAVERS VALE 
1922 
A Pasteboard Crown 
1926 

Western Pluck 



WALLY VAN 

1925 
Rough Going 

JOSEPH VANCE 
1923 
Alias the Night Wind 

WILLIAM S. VAN DYKE 

1922 
According to Hoyle 
Boss of Camp No. 4 
Forget Me Not 

1923 
Little Girl Next Door 
Miracle Makers 
Loving Lies 
You Are In Danger 

1924 
Half-a-dollar-Bill 

1925 
The BeaTitiful Sinner 
Gold Heels 
Hearts and Spurs 
The Trail Rider 
The Ranger of the Big Pinei 
The Timber Wolf 
The Desert's Price 

1926 
The Gentle Cyclone 
War Paint 

BERT VAN TUYLE 
1923 
The Grub- Stake 

BAYARD VEILLER 
1922 
The Face Between 
Ladyfingers 
Sherlock Brown 
The Right That Failed 
EDWARD VENTURINI 

1924 
The Old Fool 

KING VIDOR 

1922 
The Real Adventure 
Love Never Dies 
Peg O' My Heart 
Dust to Dawn 

1923 
Conquering the Woman 
The Woman of Bronze 
Three Wise Fools 

1924 
His Hour 
Wine of Youth 
Wild Oranges 
Happiness 

1925 
The Big Parade 
The Wife of the Centaur 
Proud Flesh 

1926 
La Boheme 
Bardelys, the Magnificent 

ROBERT G. VIGNOLA 

1922 
Beauty's Worth 
Enchantment 
Straight Is the Way 
The Young Diana 
Passionate Pilgrim 
When Knighthood Was In 
Flower 

1923 
Adam and Eva 



1924 

Married Flirts 
Yolanda 

1925 
Declasse 
The Way of a Girl 

1926 
Fifth Avenue 

E. E. VIOLET 
1924 
The Danger Line 
The Veil of Happiness 

JOSEPH VON STERNBERG 
1925 

Salvation Hunters 
1926 

The Exquisite Sinner 

ERIC VON STROHEIM 

1922 
Foolish Wives 

1925 
The Merry Widow 
Greed 

ROB WAGNER 

1924 
Fair Week 

C. R. WALLACE 

1922 
Whatever She Wants 
Elope If You Must 
Trooper O'Neill 
Western Speed 
West of Chicago 

RICHARD WALLACE 

1926 

Syncopating Sue 

R. A. WALSH 

1922 
Kindred of the Dust 

1923 
Lost and Found 

1924 
The Thief of Bagdad 

1925 
East of Suez 
The Spaniard 
The Wanderer 

1926 
The Lucky Lady 
The Lady of the Harem 
What Price Glory 

ERNEST WARDE 
1922 
Trail of the Axe 

JOHN WATERS 
1926 
Born to the West 
Man of the Forest 
Forlorn River 

W. H. WATSON 

1922 
Up in the Air About Mary 

HARRY WEBB 

1924 
Coyote Fangs 

1925 
Border Vengeance 

1926 
Starlight's Revenge 
Double Fisted 



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JAMES A. rUimmy"j FITZGERALD 

Producer and Director 

ASHEVILLE MOTION PICTURE CORP. 

Blue Ridge Loan Bldg., 
Asheville, N. Car. 



Ne>v York Address 
Green Room Club 



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KENNETH WEBB 

1922 
Fair Lady 
Without Fear 
His Wife's Husband 
How Women Love 
Secrets of Paris 

1923 
Daring Years 

1924 
Three O'Clock in the Morning 

1925 
Tlie Beautiful City 

1926 
Just Suppose 

MILLARD WEBB 

1924 
Her Marriage Vow 
The Daric Swan 

1925 
My Wife and I 
The Knockout Kid 

1926 
The Sea Beast 
The Golden Cocoon 

LOIS WEBER 

1922 
What Do Men Want 

1923 
A Chapter in her Life 

1926 
The Marriage Clause 

F. HARMON WEIGHT 

1922 
The Ruling Passion 
Man Who Played God 

1923 
The Ragged Edge 

1924 
Ramshackle House 
$20 A Week 

1925 
Drusilla With a Million 
On the Stroke of Three 
Tliiee Wise Crooks 

1926 
Flaming Waters 
Forever After 
A Girl's Romance 

WILLIAM WELLMAN 

1923 
The Man Who Won 
Second Hand Love 
Big Dan 

19:^ 
The Vagabond Irail 
Cupid's Fireman 
Not a Drum Was Heard 
The Circus Cowboy 

1926 
When Husbands Flirt 
The Boob 
The Cat's Pajamas 
You Never Know Women 

JOHN K. WELLS 
1922 
Queen O' the Turf 

ROLAND WEST 

1923 
The Unknown Purple 

1925 
The Monster 

1926 
The Bat 

WALTER WEST 
1922 
Daughter of Eve 



LEOPOLD WHARTON 
1922 
Mr. Potter of Texas 
Mr. Bingle 

LEONARD WHEELER 
1922 
Four Hearts 

HERBERT WILCOX 
1924 
A Woman's Secret 
1925 
Chu Chin Chow 

1926 
Nell Gwyn 
The Only Way 
London 

TED WILDE 
1924 
Battling Orioles 

IRVIN WILLAT 
1922 

Fifty Candles 
Yellow Men and Gold 
The Siren Call 
On the High Seas 
Pawned 

1923 
Fog Bound 

All the Brothers Were Vali 
ant 

1924 
North of 36 

Story Without a Name 
Three Miles Out 
The Heritage of the Desert 
Wanderer of the Wasteland 

1925 
Rugged Water 
The Air Mail 
The Ancient Highway 

1926 
The Enchanted Hill 
Paradise 

J. E. WILLIAMSON 
1922 
Wonders of the Sea 

R. E. WILLIAMSON 
1926 
The Feud Woman 

BEN WILSON 
1922 

Sheriflf of Sun Dog 
Mine to Keep 

1924 
Other Men's Daughters 

1925 
White Thunder 
The Human Tornado 
The Ridin' Comet 
A Two Fisted Sherifif 
"Scar" Hanan 
A Daughter of the Sioux 
Fort Frayne 

1926 
Tonio, Son of the Sierras 
West of the Law 
The Sherifl's Girl 
Wolves of the Desert 
Fighting Stallion 
Hellhounds of the Plans 

FRED WINDEMERE 

1925 

The Verdict 
Soiled 

With This Ring 
Three in Exile 

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1926 

The Taxi Mystery 
Morganson's Finish 

CHESTER WITHEY 

1922 
Domestic Relations 
Heroes and Husbands 
Outcast 

1923 
Richard the Lion Hearted 

1926 
Secret Orders 
The Queen of Diamonds 
The Pleasure Buyers 
The Impostor 
Going the Limit 
Her Honor the Governor 

FRANK WOODS 
1924 
What Shall I Do 

SAM WOOD 

1922 
Beyond the Rocks 
Her Husband's Trademark 
Under the Lash 
Don't Tell Everything 

1923 
Bluebeard's Eighth Wife 
My American Wife 
Prodigal Daughters 
His Children's Children 
The Impossible Mrs. Beliew' 

1924 
Bluff 

The Female 
The Next Corner 

1925 
The Re-Creation of Biian Kent 
The Mine With the Iron Dood 

1926 
Fascinating Youth 
One Minute to Play 

DUKE WORNE 

1922 
Star Reporter 

1924 
Martyr Sex 

The Other Kind of Love 
Do It Now 
Sword of Valor 
Marry in Haste 

1925 
Too Much Youth 
The Pride of the Force 
Easy Going Gordon 
Going the Limit 

1926 
In Search of a Hero 
Speed Crazed 
The Speed Cop 
The Gallant Fool 
The Heart of a Coward 

WALLACE WORSLEY 

1922 
Ace of Hearts 
The Beautiful Liar 
Grand Larceny 
Rags to Riches 
When Husbands Deceive 
Voices of the City 
Enter Madame 

1923 
Nobody's Money 
The Hunchback of Notre Dame 
Is Divorce a Failure? 

1924 
The Man Who Fights Alone 

1926 
The Shadow of the Law 



] CHARLES KENYON 

I Dramatist - Scenarist 



Adaptations and Scenarios 

I "BUTTERFLIES IN THE RAIN" 

I "THE IRON HORSE" 

I "THE PENALTY" 

I 

\ "THE OLD SOAK" 

[ "DICK TURPIN" 

"ALIAS THE DEACON" 

I "THE ROUGHNECK" 

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"THE SHOW BOAT" 



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Stage Plays 

Produced by 

"KINDLING" Margaret Illington 

"HUSBAND & WIFE" Arthur Hopkins 

"THE CLAIM" Henry B. Harris Estate 

"THE OPERATOR" Vaudeville 



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WILLIAM WORTHINGTON 

1922 
Afraid to Fight 
Dr. Jim 

Go Straight 

Out of the Silent North 

Tracked to Earth 

1923 

Kindled Courage 
Bolted Door 
Fashionable Fakirs 

1924 
The Girl on the Stairs 

1925 
Beauty and the Bad Man 



JOHN GRIFFITH WRAY 

1922 
Hail the Woman 

1923 
Human Wreckage 
What a Wife Learned 
Soul of the Beast 
Anna Christie 
Her Reputation 

1924 
The Marriage Cheat 

1925 
The Winding Stair 

1926 
The Gilded Butterfly 
Hell's 400 

ROBERT WULLNER 
1922 
The Wife Trap 



WILLIAM WYLER 

1926 
Lazy Lightning 
Stolen Ranch 

JAMES YOUNG 

1922 
The Masquerader 
The Infidel 
Omar the Tentmaker 

1923 
Ponjola 

1924 
Welcome Stranger 

1926 
The Unchastened Woman 
The Bells 

SEYMOUR ZELIFF 

1923 
Mysterious Witness 
The Valley of Lost Souls 



Directors and Their Productions -Too Late to Classify 



CLYDE BRUCKMAN 

1926 
The General 

MICHAEL CURTIZ 
1922 
Mrs. Dane's Confession 

1923 
The Queen of Sin 

JOHN FORD 
1926 
Mother Machree 

DAVID KIRKLAND 
1926 
Hands Across the Border 
The Tough Guy 

FRANK S. MATTISON 
1924 
Mile-.A-Minute Kendall 
The Lone Wagon 



1926 
BufFalo Bill on the U. P. Trail 
Kit Carson Over the Great 

Divide 
Code of the Northwest 

MARSHALL NEILAN 
1926 

Diplomacy 
Everybody's Acting 

ALVIN J. NEITZ 
1926 

Beyond All Odds 
Lure of the W^est 
Thundering Speed 

JACK NELSON 
1926 
The Dead Line 
The Dude Cowboy 
Hair Trigger Baxter 



The Sunshine of Paradise Alley 
The \'alley of Bravery 

FRED NEWMEYER 
1926 
The Savage 
The Quarterb.ick 

FRED NIBLO 
1926 

The Temptress 

JOHN W. NOBLE 
1926 
Lightning Reporter 

MASON NOEL 
1926 

The Flying !Mail 

WILFRED NOY 
1926 
Spider Webs 



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Baggott, Wm. King 1771 Vista Del Mar Hemp. 1806 

Barker, Reginald 122 So. Ardmore St Wash. 2302 

Beal, Frank 524 No. Orange Drive Whit. 4105 

Beaudinc, William 1341 Crescent Heights Blvd Gtan. 0419 

Bertram, William 1628 Argyle Ave., Bungalow C 

Bennett, Chester 6131 DeLongpre Ave Holly. 2427 

Blackton, J. Stuart 7065 Hillside Gran. 45 IS 

Blystone, John 6901 Hawthorne Ave Gran. 8410 

Borzage, Frank 3974 Wilshire Blvd 568-912 

Campbell, Colin 1517 Orange Grove Ave Holly 1941 

Campbell, Maurice ^^^^^__ 

Carewe, Edwin 525 Bedford Drive, Beverly Hills __^^^^ 

Chaudet, Louis Wm 2000 Las Palmas Hemp. 9147 

Clements, Roy 6824 Whitley Terrace Hemp. 0447 

Cline, Edward F 811 So. Norton 

Cooley. Frank 4551 Fountain Ave 597-635 

Cox, George L Alexandria Hotel . 

Cummings, Irving 5713 Pacoima Ave., Los Angeles __^^^_ 

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Earle, Wm. P. S Hotel St. Francis, Mexico City 



(Mail to 6927 Hawthorne Ave., Hollywood) Gran. 7684 

Eason, Reeves 1516 La Baig St Gran. 7909 

FitiGerald Dallas 710 Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills 

Ford, John 6860 Odin St Gran. 1227 

Franklin, Harry L 7952 Norton Ave Hemp. 9173 

Franklin, Sidney 713 Canon Drive, Beverly Hills 

Giblyn, Charles 271 Park Hill Ave., Yonkers. N. Y 

Gerrard, Douglas 2051 Las Palmas Ave Gran. 3618 

Gordon, James 1736 No. Vine St Hemp. 9877 

Green, Alfred E 1400 Hayworth Ave Gran. 8183 

Harvey, John -^— ^— 

Heerman, Victor 525 Van Ness Ave Wash. 6641 

Henabery, Joseph 19260 W. Sherman Way, Owensmouth 

Henley, Hobart Hotel Ambassador Drex. 7000 

Herman, Al 14120 Delano St., Van Nuys Van Nuys 26S-M 

Hersholt, Jean 7804 Fountain Ave '. . Gran. 9978 

Hill, George 621 No. Norniandie St 597-903 

Hollywood. Edwin L 812 East Colorado Blvd Glen. 4206 

Hopper, E. Mason Metropolitan Studios Holly. 1431 

Home, James 1445 Valley View Road, Glendale Glen. 804 

Hunt, Jay 532'3 Loma Linda Court Gran. 6074 

Ince, John 1641 Argyle Ave tjran. 1 j04 

Irving, George 1842 Cherokee Ave Gran. 2732 

Ingram, Rex Nice, France ^ ■ •, 

Jackman, Fred 5336 Virginia Ave Holly. 28 >:> 

Jeske, George 2041 Burnside Ave /63-.061 

Julian, Rupert 1342 Orange Drive Holly. 3^7J 

Kelsey, Fred 1745 Gardner St Gran. 67/5 

Kenton, Erie C 1105 Laurel Ave ; — — 

King, Henry Hotel Ambassador fjrex. 7000 

Laemmle, Edward 1727 Stanley St Hemp. 940. 

Lee, Rowland V 1560 No. Hobart Blvd = 

Luddy, Edward 611 No. Mott St., Los Angeles 

Lyons, Eddie 1332 Edgecliffe Drive -: — — 

MacGregor, Norval 101 Esperanza, Sierra Madre, Cal Sierra Madre 

MacQuarrie, Murdock 7943 Selma Ave ^''^,"- ,""*,, ^ 

McRae, Henry 619 Canon Drive, Beverly Hills 'd ,? o-n< 

McGowan, Robert 5343 Lexington Ave Holly. 8o94 

Marshall, George 631 So. Norton St -— — — -» 

Melford, George 2032 Vista Del Mar Glad. 3907 

Mitchell, Howard 1742'^ No. Wilcox Ave ^,"'^"-, H'^^ 

Moran, Lee Los Angeles Athletic Club 15road. 0440 

Newmyer, Fred 807 E. 175th St., N. Y. City . 

3997 So. Budlong 

Niblo, Fred 

North, Wilfrid 229 No. Plymouth Blvd Holly. 7232 

Otto, Henry 16907 West Sherman Way, Van Nuys Van Nuys 117-J-3 

Parrott, Charles 2157 No. Highland Ave Gran. 3919 

Powell, Paul 1957 Leraan Ave., So. Pasadena Elliott 1489 

Powers, Francis Continental Hotel, 626 So. Hill St Trin. 1724. 

Powers, Len 1139 Genessee St — ^^-^^— 

Ray, Albert 2306 Beachwood Drive Gran. 2850 

Rheem, George 1827 Garfield Place Hemp. 4041 

Reynolds, Lynn 8201 Fountain Ave Hemp. 5881 

Rosen, Phil 3456 Rowena St 593-937 

Ruggles, Wesley Los Angeles Athletic Club Broad. 0440 

Russell, Al 5842 Gregory St Holly. 5643 

Russell, William c-o Mrs. Schaeffer, Hollywood Plaza Hotel. ■ .' 

Raymaker, Herman 5528 Roniaine St Hemp. 9590 

Santell, Al 581 No. Irving Blvd Gran. 1651 

Sargent, George 488 Lookout Mt. Road Gran. 0856 

Sedgwick, Ed 6003 Carlos Ave Hemp. 5608 

Seiter, William 718 Rexford Drive, Beverly Hills , 

Semon, Larry 2628 Beachwood Drive Holly. 5748 

Sidney, Scott 1434 Curzon Ave •^— ^.^^ 

Sullivan, Frederic 5542 Winifred St., Lankershim Lankeishim S 

Scardon, Paul 1820 La Brea Ave Gran. 5715 

Sloman, Ed 614 So. Oxford St 560-230 

Taurog, Norman 1921 No. Hobart Blvd 

Taylor, Sam 528 Crescent Drive, Beverly Hills Oxford 6729 

Vale, Travers 6122 Selma Ave Hemp. 6589 

Van, Wally 

Vekroff, Perry 6121 Selma Ave Hemp. 4474 

Vidor, King Metro-floldwyn-Mayer Studios Empire 9111 

Wharton, Theodore 1975 No. Cahuenga Ave Hemp. 1383 

Worsley, Wallace 626 So. Manhattan Place Wash. 9182 

Worthington, Wm 1944 Franklin Circle Hemp. 6291 

Young, James 7032 Lanewood Ave Gran. 5815 

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Marian Nixon 
Shirley Mason 
Phyllis Haver 
Olive Tell 
George Sidney 
Charles Winninger 
William Russell 
David Butler 
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Tom Mix 
George O'Brien 
Charles Farrell 
Victor McLaglen 
J. Farrell McDonald 
Alec B. Francis 
Richard Walling 
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Neil Hamilton 
Leslie Fenton 
Lou Tellegen 
Ralph Graves 
Walter Pidgeon 
Ted McNamara 
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Tom Santschi 
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Creator of the famous comic strip ELLA 
CINDERS, now running in over 200 
Daily and Sunday newspapers. 



Originals 

A.W.O.L. 
(Ben Stoloff— Fox) 

Ella Cinders 
(Al Green-lst Nat.) 



Adaptations 
The Grandflapper 

(J. G. Blystone— 
Fox) 



Continuities 

Gaby 

(Howard Hawks — Fox) 

Titles 
La Boheme 
(King Vidor— MGM) 
Into Her Kingdom 
(Corinne Griffith— 1st Nat) 
Whispering Wires 
(Al Ray— Fox) 
Canyon of Light 
(Tom Mix — Fox) 
and 
the only American writer associated with F. W. MLTRNAU, Europe's 
premier director in the production of "SUNRISE," his first American 
production for WILLIAM FOX. 



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Alfred E. Green 

Director 
— 1926 — 



For First National Pictures 

"IRENE" 
with Colleen Moore 

"ELLA CINDERS" 

with Colleen Moore 

"IT MUST BE LOVE" 
with Colleen Moore 

"LADIES AT PLAY" 

with Doris Kenyon 



William Fox Pictures 

"THE AUCTIONEER" 

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''Mother Machree'' 

John Ford Production 


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Screen Playwright 



— 19*6 — 

THE ENCHANTED HILL 

SEA HORSES 

PADLOCKED 

TIN GODS 

SUMMER BACHELORS 



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"THE WHITE DESERT"— Reginald Barker— 
M. G. M. 

"ADVENTURE"— Victor Fleming— Paramount 
"TUMBLEWEEDS"— King Baggott— United 
Artists 

"HEARTS AFLAME" — Reginald Barker — 
Louis B. Mayer 



1926 

"THE ROAD TO GLORY"— Howard Hawks- 
Fox 

"RUSTLING FOR CUPID"— Irving Cummings 
—Fox 

"BLACK PARADISE"— Roy W. Neill— Fox 
"THE FAMILY UPSTAIRS"— J. G. Blystone— 
Fox 

"THE BLUE EAGLE"— John Ford— Fox 
"WHISPERING WIRES"— Albert Ray— Fox 
"WINGS OF THE STORM"— J. G. Blystone— 
Fox 

"THE MONKEY TALKS"— Raoul Walsh— Fox 
"THE AUCTIONEER"— Al Green— Fox 
"COLLEEN"— Fox 



L. G. RIGBY 

Originals — Adaptations — Continuities 




Lewis Seiler 

Directed 

TOM MIX 



"No Man^s Gold" 

"The Great K and A Train Robbery" 

"The Lost Trail" 




SCOTT R. DUNLAP 

Directing 
for 

WM. FOX 
STUDIOS 




J. G. BLYSTONE 

DIRECTOR 



Wm. Fox Studios 



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THE FAMILY UPSTAIRS" 

Now in Production 

"ANKLES PREFERRED" 



JOHN STONE 

Fox Scenario Staft 
Wrote 



ENTIRE TOM MIX PROGRAM 19264927 

Two John Ford Specials 

"THREE BAD MEN" 
"THE SHAMROCK HANDICAP" 

Al Green Special 

"THE AUCTIONEER" 




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HETTIE GRAY 
BAKER 

Productions Editor 

Fox Film Corporation 



"The Iron Horse" 

"The Return of 
Peter Grimm" 

"The Three Bad 
Men" 

"The Fool" 

"Lightnin' " 

"Thank You" 

"Over the Hill" 



ELIZABETH PICKETT 

Three Years With William Fox Studios 

Directed, Edited and Titled Over Fifty FOX VARIETIES 
Including the AMERICAN INDIAN Series 

Originals 

"NAVAJO !" Purchased by Fox Films 

"WINGS OF THE STORM". .In Collaboration with Laurence Pedrose 

Supervising Editor and Titles 

"KENTUCKY PRIDE" John Ford Production 

"THE SHAMROCK HANDICAP" John Ford Production 

"THE SILVER TREASURE" Rowland V. Lee Production 

Joseph Conrad's "NOSTROMO" 

"MARRIAGE LICENSE?" Frank Borzage Production 

"WINGS OF THE STORM" J. G. Blystone Production 





LOU TELLEGEN 

Actor, Director 

for 

Wm. Fox Studios 



TITLES BY 



Malcolm Stuart Boylan 



"WhatPriceGlory" "Three Bad Men" 
"Fig Leaves" "Sandy" 

"Married Alive" "The Auctioneer" 



"Blue Eagle" 
"Family Upstairs" 
"Good and Naughty" 
"The Rainmaker" "AWomanoftheWorld" "Midnight Kiss" 

(Laskjr) (Lasky) (Lasky) 



— and fourteen other successes for Fox as supervis- 
ing editor of the title department under a contract 
yet to run two years. 




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of These Men Has 
a Number of Suc- 
cessful ^^Money -Mak- 
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-- and Will Continue 
to Deliver ^em that 
Way for FOX! 



Raoul Walsh 
John Ford 
Victor Schertzinger 
Frank Borzage 
Howard Hawks 
J. G. Blystone 
R. William Neill 
Lew Seiler 
Lambert Hillyer 



Allan Dwan 
F. W. Murnau 
Alfred E. Green 
Harry Beaumont 
Irving Cummings 
John Griffith Wray 
Albert Ray 
Ben Stoloff 
Scott Dunlap 



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The Music Master 

One Increasing Purpose 



Fig Leaves 

The Family Upstairs 

"Marriage License?" 

The Blue Eagle 

Womanpower 

The Lily 

The Midnight Kiss 

The Country Beyond 

Whispering Wires 



The Monkey Talks 

Summer Bachelors 

The Auctioneer 

Bertha, the Sewing Machine Girl 

Love Makes 'em Wild 

Upstream 

The Wedding Ring 

Ankles Preferred 

The Secret Studio 

Rich But Honest 



The Return of Peter Grimm T^e Grand Flapper 
The City Married Alive 

Going Crooked is Zat So? 

Wings of the Storm Cradle Snatchers 

Heart of Salome Stage Madness 

7 Tom Mix Productions 7 Buck Jones Productions 

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Stars and Featured Players 

A RECORD of the work of stars and prominent players. An innovation in that, 
for the first time, important productions of artists other than stars are embraced. 
In previous editions of THE FILM YEAR BOOK, stars only have had their work 
entered in this compilation. 

The following data includes stars and their productions for the past five years — 
as is done every year — and prominent players and their productions for 1926 only. The 
latter classification will be amplified yearly. 

Asterisks used in conjunction with titles of pictures indicate that accredited players 
had important roles in those pictures. Unmarked titles represent starring vehicles. 



JEAN ACKER 
1926 
•Brave Heart 

1 JACK ACKROYD 

1926 
The Better 'Ole 
Cruise of Jasper B 

ART ACORD 

1925 
The Scrappin' Kid 
The Call of Courage 
Three in Exile 
The Circus Cyclone 

1926 
Rustler's Ranch 
Lazy Lightning 
Man from the West 
The Terror 
The Riding Rascal 
Sky High Corral 
The Set Up 
The Scrappin' Kid 
Western Pluck 

CLAIRE ADAMS 

1926 
•Yellow Fingers 

RENEE ADO REE 

1925 
•The Big Parade 

1926 
•Black Bird 
•La Boheme 
•Blarney 
•Tin Gods 
•The Flaming Forest 
•That Certain Young Man 
ROBERT AGNEW 

1926 
•The Taxi Mystery 
•Dancing Days 
•Unknown Treasures 
•Wild Oats Lane 
•Racing Blood 

MARY ALDEN 

1926 
•The Earth Woman 
•Lovey Mary 
•April Fool 
•Brown of Harvard 

1925 
*Seige 

BEN ALEXANDER 

1926 
•The Highbinders 

MAY ALLISON 

1922 
Woman Who Fooled Herself 

1926 
•Men of Steel 
•The City 
•Mismates 

ROBERT AMES 

1926 
•The Crown of Lies 
•Three Faces East 

MACLYN ARBUCKLB 

1922 
Welcome to Our City 
Mr. Potter of Texas 



Squire Phinn 
Mr. Bingle 

1926 
*The Gilded Highway 
•That Old Gang of Mine 

GEORGE ARLIS3 

1922 
The Ruling Passion 
Man Who Played God 

1923 
Green Goddess 

1924 
$20 a Week 

GEORGE K. ARTHUR 
1926 

•The Boot 

•Sunny side Up 

•The Boy Friend 

•Almost A Lady 

•The Waning Sex 

•Bardely's the Magnificent 

•Irene 

•When the Wife's Away 

GERTRUDE ASTOR 
1926 
•The Boy Friend 
•The Strong Man 
•Don Juan's Three Nights 
•Dame Chance 
•The Cheerful Fraud 
•Kiki 
•Pursued 

MARY ASTOR 

1925 
•Don Q 

1926 
•The Wise Guy 
•Forever After 
•Don Juan 

AGNES AYRES 

1922 
The Sheik 
The Ordeal 

The Lane That Had No Turning 
Bought and Paid For 
Borderland 

1923 
Daughter of Luxury 
Heart Raiders 
Racing Hearts 

1925 
Tomorrow's Love 
Her Market Value 

KING BAGGOT 

1922 
The Better Man 

1923 
His Last Race 

GEORGE BANCROFT 

1926 
•The Runaway 
*Sea Horses 
*01d Ironsides 
*The Enchanted Hill 

MONTY BANKS 

1925 
Keep Smiling 

1926 
Atta Boy 

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VILMA BANKY 

1925 
The Dark Angel 

1926 
•The Son of the Sheik 
•The Winning of Barbara Worth 
*The Night of Love 

THEDA BARA 
1926 
The Unchastened Woman 

T. ROY BARNES 
1926 
•Dangerous Friends 
•The Unknown Cavalier 
•Ladies of Leisure 

NIGEL BARRIE 
1926 
•The Amateur Gentleman 
•Steel Preferred 
•The Traffic Cop 

WESLEY BARRY 

1922 
School Days 
Penrod 

Heroes of the Street 
Rags to Riches 

1924 
George Washington, Jr. 
His Own Law 
The Country Kid 
The Printer's Devil 
Battling Bunyan 

1925 
The Fighting Cub 

JOHN BARRYMORE 

1922 
Sherlock Holmes 
The Lotus Eater 

1924 
Beau Brimunel 

1926 
The Sea Beast 
Don Juan 
The Beloved Brute 

LIONEL BARRYMORE 

1922 
Boomerang Bill 

1924 
I Am the Man 

1925 
The Iron Man 

1926 
The Bells 
Brooding Eyes 
•The Barrier 
•Paris at Midnight 
•The Temptress 
•The Lucky Lady 
RICHARD BARTHELMESS 

1922 
The Seventh Day 
Tol'able David 
Sonny 
The Bond Boy 

1923 
Fury 

Bright Shawl 
Twenty-One 
Fighting Blade 



1924 
The Enchanted Cottage 
Classmates 

1925 
New Toys 
Soul Fire 
The Beautiful City 
Shore Leave 

1926 
Ranson's Folly 
White Black Sheep 
Just Suppose 
The Amateur Gentleman 

WARNER BAXTER 
1926 

•Mannequin 

•The Runaway 

•Aloma of the South Seas 

•The Great Gatsby 

•Miss Brewster's Millions 

•Mismates 

GEORGE BEBAN 

1922 
The Sign of the Rose 

1924 
The Greatest Love of All 

1926 
The Loves of Ricardo 

BARBARA BEIDFORD 
.1926 
•Old Loves and New 
•Devil's Dice 
•The Sporting Lover 

NOAH BEERY 

1926 
•Enchanted Hill 
•The Crown of Lies 
•Padlocked 
•Beau Geste 
•Paradise 

WALLACE BEERY 

1922 
Robin Hood 

1924 
•The Sea Hawk 

1925 
•The Lost World 

1926 
We're In the Navy Now 
•Behind the Front 
•Volcano 
•Old Ironsides 

MADGE BELLAMY 

1923 
No More Women 

1924 
The White Sin 

1925 
The Man in Blue 
The Parasite 
A Fool and His Money 

1926 
•Dixie Merchant 
•Black Paradise 
•Summer Bachelors 

ALMA BENNETT 

1926 
•Price of Success 
•Brooding Eyes 
•The Silent Lover 

BELLE BENNETT 

1922 
Flesh and Spirit 

1925 
•Stella Dallas 

1926 
Reckless Lady 
•The 4th Commandment 
•The Lily 
•Mother Machree 

CONSTANCE BENNETT 

1926 
•The Pinch Hitter 

ENID BENNETT 

1926 
*A Woman's Heart 



MICKEY BENNETT 

1924 
The New School Teacher 

1925 
•The Big Brother 

EUGENIE BESSERER 
1926 
•The Fire Brigade 

MATHEW BETZ 
1926 
*Ohl What a Nurse 
•The Little Irish Girl 
•Shipwrecked 
•The Flame of the Yukon 

GEORGE BILLINGS 

1925 
•Abraham Lincoln 

1926 
•Hands Up 

BUFFALO BILL, JR. 

1924 
Rarin' to Go 
Hard Hittin' Hamilton 
Fast and Fearless 

1925 
On the Go 
Quicker'n Lighting 

1926 
Deuce High 
Trumpin' Trouble 
Speedy Spurs 
The Saddle Cyclone 
The Desert Demon 
A Streak of Luck 
Rawhide 
CARLYLE BLACKWELL 

1924 
The Beloved Vagabond 

1926 
•She 

HOLBROOK BLINN 

1926 
•The Unfair Sex 

MONTE BLUE 

1922 
•Orphans of the Storm 

1923 
Loving Lies 

1924 
•The Marriage Circle 

1925 
Red Hot Tires 
Hogan's Alley 
•Kiss Me Again 

1926 
•Other Women's Husbands 
•So This is Paris 
•The Man Upstairs 
•Across the Pacific 

BETTY BLYTHE 

1922 
His Wife's Husband 
How Women Love 

1923 
Darling of the Rich 
Sinner or Saint 
Truth About Wives 

1926 
She 

ELEANOR BOARDMAN 

1926 
•Memory Lane 
The Auction Block 
•Bardely's the Magnificent 
•Tell It To the Marines 
JOHN BOLES 

1926 
*Sunya 

BRENDA BOND 

1926 
•Rainbow Riley 

PRISCILLA BONNER 
•Drusilla with a Million 

1926 
•Red Kimona 

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•The Earth Woman 
•The Strong Man 
•The False Alarm 
1925 

OLIVE BORDEN 
1926 
•Yankee Senor 
•My Own Pal 
•Yellow Fingers 
•Fig Leaves 
•Three Bad Men 
•The Country Beyond 

HOBART BOSWORTH 

1922 
Blind Hearts 
White Hands 
The Sea Lion 

1923 
Man Alone 

1926 
•The Far Cry 
•The Nervous Wreck 
•Steel Preferred 

CLARA BOW 
1925 
Free to Love 
•Kiss Me Again 
1926 
The Lawful Cheaters 
My Lady of Whims 
•Ancient Mariner 
•Dancing Mothers 
•The Shadow of the Law 
•Two Can Play 
•The Runaway 
•Mantrap 
•Kid Boots 
•The Plastic Age 

JOHN BOWERS 
1926 

•Rocking Moon 

•The Danger Girl 

•Hearts and Fists 

•Whispering Smith 

•The Dice Woman 

•Laddie 

•Pals in Paradise 

WILLIAM BOYD 
1926 
•Steel Preferred 
•The Volga Boatman 
•Eve's Leaves 
•Her Man O'War 
•The Last Frontier 
•Wolves of the Air 
•Jim, the Conqueror 

SYLVIA BREAMER 
1926 
•Up in Mabel's Room 

EDMUND BREESE 
1926 
•The Highbinders 
•The Brown Derby 
•The Live Wire 

EL BRENDEL 
1926 
•You Don't Know Women 
•The Campus Flirt 

EVELYN BRENT 

1925 
Smooth as Satin 
Lady Robinhood 
Forbidden Cargo 
Midnight Molly 
Three Wise Crooks 

1926 
Secret Orders 
Flame of the Argentine 
The Jade Cup 
The Queen of Diamonds 
Love 'Em and Leave 'Em 
The Impostor 



MARY BRIAN 
1925 
*Peter Pan 

1926 
•The Enchanted Hill 
'Behind the Front 
*Paris at Midnight 
*Brown of Harvard 
•More Pay — Less Work 
•Beau Geste 
•Prince of Tempters 

GLADYS BROCKWELL 
1922 
Double Stakes 

1926 

•Spangles 
•Stella Maris 
•Carnival Girl 
•The Last Frontier 
•Twinkletoes 

BETTY BRONSON 

1925 
The Golden Princess 
Peter Pan 

1926 
•A Kiss for Cinderella 
•Ben Hur 

•Everybody's Acting 
•The Cat's Pajamas 
•Paradise for Two 
•Paradise 

CLIVE BROOK 
1926 
•Pleasure Buyers 
•When Love Grows Cold 
•Three Faces E^st 
•Why Girls Go Back Home 
•You Never Know Women 
•For Alimony Only 
•The Popular Sin 

LOUISE BROOKS 
1926 
•The American Venus 
•A Social Celebrity 
•Love 'Em and Leave 'Em 
•It's the Old Army Game 
•The Show-OfT 
•Just Another Blonde 

ROBERT BROWER 
1926 
•Honeymoon Express 

EDMUND BURNS 
1926 
•Made for Love 
•Million Dollar Handicap 
•Out of the Storm 
•Paris at Midnight 
•Sunnyside Up 
•Forlorn River 

•The Lady in the Wilderness 
•Whispering Wires 

MAE BUSCH 

1925 
•The Unholy Three 
•Kiss Me Again 

1926 
•The Nut-Cracker 
•The Miracle of Life 
•Fools of Fashion 
•Tongues of Scandal 
•The Truthful Sex 

FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN 

1922 
According to Hoyle 
Making the Grade 

1926 
•Ben Hur 

•The Marriage Clause 
FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN, JR. 

1926 
•Brown of Harvard 
•Midnight Faces 
•Dangerous Traffic 
•Eyes Right 
•Understanding Heart 



DAVID BUTLER 
1926 
•The Quarterback 
•Meet the Prince 
•Oh Lady 
•Womanpower 

ROBERT CAIN 
1926 
•Dancer of Paris 
•Wilderness Woman 
*Too Much Money 

ALICE CALHOUN 

1923 
Midnight Alarm 
One Stolen Night 

1926 
•The Other Woman's Story 
•The Power of the Weak 
•Hero of the Big Snows 

FRANK CAMPEAU 
1926 
*Three Bad Men 

EDDIE CANTOR 
1926 
Kid Boots 

YAKIMA CANUTT 
1925 
The Human Tornado 
White Thunder 

1926 
The Outlaw Breaker 
Hellhound of the Plains 
Fighting Stallion 
Desert Greed 

TULIO CARMINATI 
1926 
•The Duchess of Bufifalo 
HARRY CAREY 
1922 
The Fox 
Man to Man 
Good Men and True 
The Kick-Back 

1923 
Canyon of the Fools 
Crashin' Thru 
Desert Driven 
The Miracle Baby 
1924 
The Lightning Rider 
The Night Hawk 
The Man from Texas 
Tiger Thompson 
Roaring Rails 

1925 
Beyond the Border 
Soft Shoes 
The Texas Trail 
Silent Sanderson 
The Bad Lands 
The Prairie Pirate 
The Man from Red Gulch 

1926 
The Seventh Bandit 
Driftin' Thru 
Satan Town 
The Frontier Trail 

JEWEL CARMEN 
1926 
•The Bat 
ARTHUR EDMUND CAREW 

1926 
•The Silent Lover 
•Ibanez' Torrent 

ALEXANDER CARR 
1926 
•The Beautiful Cheat 
'Partners Again 
*Dame Chance 
•April Fool 

MARY CARR 
1926 
•Flaming Waters 
•Stop, Look and Listen 
•The King of the Turf 

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•The Night Patrol 
•Pleasures of the Rich 
•Somebody's Mother 
•The Wise Guy 
•The 4th Commandment 
•Frenzied Flames 
•The Midnight Message 
•A Regular Scout 
•The False Alarm 
•Whom Shall I Marry? 
•Hidden Way 

KIT CARSON 
1926 
Twin Six O'Brien 
The Walloping Kid 
Pony Express Rider 
Riding Wild 
His Greatest Battle 
Cowboy Courage 

CYRIL CHADWICK 
1926 
•Hold That Lion 

TOBY CLAUDE 
1926 
•The Clinging Vine 

HELENE CHADWICK 

1922 
Yellow Men and Gold 
Dangerous Curve Ahead 
Glorious Fool 
The Dust Flower 

1924 
Her Own Free Will 

1926 
•Pleasures of the Rich 
•Dancing Days 
•Hard Boiled 
•The Still Alarm 
•Stolen Pleasures 

LON CHANEY 

1922 
The Trap 
Voices of the City 
Flesh and Blood 

1923 
A Blind Bargain 
The Hunchback of Notre Dame 
The Shock 

1924 
*He Who Gets Slapped 

1925 
The Unholy Three 
The Monster 

The Phantom of the Opera 
The Tower of Lies 

1926 
The Road to Mandalay 
The Black Bird 
Tell it to the Marines 

CHARLIE CHAPLIN 
1922 
Pay Day 
The Pilgrim 

1925 
The Gold Rush 

SYDNEY CHAPLIN 
1925 
Charley's Aunt 

The Man on the Box 

1926 
The Better 'Ole 
Oh What a Nurse 

GEORGE CHESEBRO 

1926 
*The Block Signal 

MADY CHRISTIANS 
1926 
•The Walfz Dream 

CHARLES CLARY 
1926 
•Satan Town 
•Enemy of Men 
•The Auction Block 
•The Blue Streak 



*Red Dice 

*The Blind Goddess 

*Beverly of Graustark 

ETHEL CLAYTON 

1922 
The Cradle 
Exit the Vamp 
For the Defense 
Her Own Money 
If I Were Queen 

1923 
Can A Woman Love Twice 
The Remittance Woman 

1926 
*The Bar-C Mystery 
* Sunny side Up 
*Risky Business 
*His New York Wife 

GORDON CLIFFORD 

1926 
West of Mojave 
The Wildcat 
Sheep Trail 
Oil and Romance 
■Queen of Spades 
The Fighting Gob 

RUTH CLIFFORD 
1926 
*Brooding Eyes 
*Lew Tyler's Wives 

EDMUND F. COBB 

1923 
Sting of the Scorpion 
At Devil's Gorge 

1924 
Western Yesterdays 
Rodeo Mixup 
Range Blood 

BILL CODY 

1924 
Border Justice 

1925 
Riders of Mystery 
The Fighting SheriflF 

1926 
The Galloping Cowboy 

LEW CODY 

1926 
*Monte Carlo 
*The Gay Deceiver 

SAMMY COHEN 
1926 
*The Skyrocket 
■"What Price Glory 

MAJEL COLEMAN 
1926 
•Corporal Kate 
*West of Broadway 

WM, COLLIER, JR. 

1926 
*The Rainmaker 
*The Lady of the Harem 
•God Gave Me 20 Cents 
*The Lucky Lady 
*Just Another Blonde 

RONALD COLMAN 
1923 

*The White Sister 

1925 
The Dark Angel 

1926 
*Kiki 

*Beau Geste 

•Winning of Barbara Worth 
*One Night of Love 

BETTY COMPSON 
1922 
Always the Woman 
For Those We Love 
The Green Temptation 
Ladies Must Live 
The Law and the Woman 



The Little Minister 
Over the Border 
The Bonded Woman 

1923 
The Rustle of Silk 
The White Flower 
The Woman With Four Faces 

1924 
Miami 
The Female 
Woman to Woman 
The White Shadow 
Ramshackle House 
The Garden of Weeds 

1925 
Eve's Secret 
New Lives for Old 
Paths to Paradise 

1926 
*The Wise Guy 
*The Palace of Pleasure 
*The Belle of Broadway 

CHESTER CONKLIN 
1926 
*The Wilderness Woman 
*A Social Celebrity 
*Say It Again 
♦The Duchess of Buffalo 
*The Nervous Wreck 
*The Midnight Lover 
*We're in the Navy Now 

JACKIE COOGAN 

1922 
My Boy 
Trouble 
Oliver Twist 

1923 
Circus Days 
Daddy 
Long Live the King 

1924 
Little Robinson Crusoe 
A Boy of Flanders 

1925 
The Rag Man 
Old Clothes 

GARY COOPER 
1926 

♦Winning of Barbara Worth 

CLYDE COOK 
1926 
♦Winning of Barbara Worth 

GEORGE COOPER 
1926 
♦The Barrier 
♦Red Dice 
♦The Wise Guy 
♦Tin Hats 
♦Pals First 

VIRGINIA LEE CORBIN 
1926 

♦North Star 

♦The Handsome Brute 

♦The Whole Town's Talking 

♦Hands Up 

♦Ladies at Play 

♦The Honeymoon Express 

ANNE CORNWALL 
1926 
♦The Flaming Frontier 

RICARDO CORTEZ 

1926 
♦Jbanez' Torrent 
♦The Volcano 
♦Sorrows of Satan 
♦The Eagle of the Sea 
*The Cat's Pajamas 

DOLORES COSTELLO 
1926 

♦Mannequin 
♦The Sea Beast 
Bride of the Storm 
The Little Irish Girl 

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HELENE COSTELLO 
1926 
♦The Love Toy 
♦Wet Paint 

♦The Honeymoon Express 
MAURICE COSTELLO 
1926 
* Spider Webs 
♦Wolves of the Air 

WARD CRANE 
1926 

♦Upstage 

♦The Sporting Lover 

♦The Boy Friend 

♦Risky Business 

♦That Model from Paris 

♦The Million Dollar Handicap 

♦Under Western Skies 

♦The Blind Goddess 

♦The Flaming Frontier 

JOAN CRAWFORD 
1926 
♦The Boob 

♦Tramp, Tramp, Tramp 
♦Paris 
♦Understanding Heart 

DONALD CRISP 

1925 
•Don Q 

1926 
•The Black Pirate 

DOROTHY CUMMING 

1926 
♦Mademoiselle Modiste 
♦Dancing Mothers 
♦Butterflies In the Rain 

FRANK CURRIER 
1926 
♦Tell It to the Marines 
♦Men of Steel 
♦Ben Hur 

BOB CUSTER 
1925 
Flashing Spurs 
The Range Terror 
The Texas Bearcat 
That Man Jack 
The Blood Hound 
No Man's Law 
A Man of Nerve 

1926 
Beyond the Rockies 
The Ridm' Streak 
The Fightin' Boob 
Man Rustlin' 
Dude Cowboy 
The Border Whirlwind 
Hair Trigger Baxter 
The Dead Line 
The Valley of Bravery 

ARNOLD DALY 
1926 
♦In Borrowed Plumes 

VIOLA DANA 

1922 
Five Dollar Baby 
Fourteenth Lover 
Glass Houses 
Seeing's Believing 
They Like 'Em Rough 
June Madness 
Love in the Dark 
The Siren Call 

1923 
Crinoline and Romance 
Her Fatal Millions 
A Noise in Newboro 
Rouged Lips 
The Social Code 
In Search of a Thrill 

1924 
Along Came Ruth 
Don't Doubt Your Husband 



Beauty Prize 
Open All Night 
The Heart Bandit 
1926 
•Wild Oats Lane 
•Bigger Than Barnum's 
•Kosher Kitty Kelly 
•The Silent Lover 
•The Ice Flood 
•Bred in Old Kentucky 

KARL DANE 

1925 
"The Big Parade 

1926 
•The Son of the Sheik 
•Bardelys the Magnificent 
•The Scarlet Letter 
*War Paint 

BEBE DANIELS 

1922 
A Game Chicken 
Nancy From Nowhere 
The Speed Girl 
North of the Rio Grand« 

1923 
Glimpses of the Moon 
The Exciters 

1924 
Dangerous Money 
Daring Youth 
Argentine Love 

1925 
Wild, Wild Susan 
The Manicure Girl 
Miss Bluebeard 
The Crowded Hour 
Lovers in Quarantine 

1926 
Splendid Crime 
The Campus Flirt 
Stranded in Paris 
Miss Brewster's Millions 
Volcano 
The Palm Beach Girl 

HELENE D'ALGY 

1926 

•The Cowboy and the Countess 

ROY D'ARCY 
1926 
•La Boheme 
•Monte Carlo 
•Beverly of Graustark 
•Bardelys, the Magnificent 
•The Temptress 
•Merry Widow 
•Valencia 

GRACE DARMOND 

1922 
A Dangerous Adventure 

1926 
•The Marriage Clause 
•The Night Patrol 

FRANKIE DARROW 
1926 
•Hearts and Spangles 

LAWFORD DAVIDSON 
1926 
•The Country Beyond 

MARION DAVIES 

1922 
Beauty's Worth 
The Bride's Play 
Enchantment 
The Young Diana 
When Knighthood Was In Flower 

1923 
Adam and Eva 
Little Old New York 

1924 
Tanice Meredith 
Volanda 

1925 
Zander the Great 
Lights of Old Broadway 



1926 
Beverly of Graustark 

ROSEMARY DAVIES 
1925 
The Mad Marriage 

MARJORIE DAW 
1926 
•The Highbinders 
•In Borrowed Plumes 
•Redheads Preferred 

ALICE DAY 
1926 
•His New York Wife 
•The Waiter From the Ritz 

MARCELINE DAY 
1926 
•The Barrier 
•Hell's 400 
•The Boy Friend 
•The Gay Deceiver 
•That Model from Paris 
•College Days 
•Looking for Trouble 
•Fools of Fashion 

PRISCILLA DEAN 

1922 
Conflict 
WUd Honey 
Under Two Flags 

1923 
Drifting 

The Flame of Life 
White Tiger 

1924 
A Cafe in Cairo 
The Storm Daughter 
The Siren of Seville 

1925 
The Crimson Runner 

1926 
West of Broadway 
The Speeding Venus 
The Dice Woman 
Forbidden Waters 
The Danger Girl 

ANDRE DE BERANGER 
1926 
•The Lady of the Harem 
•The Eagle of the Sea 
•So This is Paris 
•Grand Duchess and the Waiter 
*Miss Brewster's Millions 
•Fig Leaves 
•The Popular Sin 

NIGEL DeBRULIER 
1926 
•Don Juan 
•The Ancient Mariner 

SAM DE GRASSB 
1926 
•Her Second Chance 
•Love's Blindness 
•The Black Pirate 

MARGUERITE DE LA 
MOTTE 
1926 
•Fifth Avenue 
•Hearts and Fists 
•Red Dice 
•Meet the Prince 
•Pals in Paradise 
•The Last Frontier 
•The Unknown Soldier 

DOLORES DEL RIO 
1926 
•The Whole Town's Talking 
•What Price Glory 
•Pals First 

CHARLES DELANEY 
1926 
•College Days 
•The Sky Pirate 

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REGINALD DENNY 

1922 
The Kentudcy Derby 

1924 
Sporting Youth 
Captain Fearless 
The Fast Worker 
The Reckless Age 
Oh, Doctor 

1925 
I'll Show You the Town 
Where Was I? 
California Straight Ahead 

1926 
What Happened to Jones 
Skinner's Dress Suit 
Take It From Me 
Rolling Home 
The Cheerful Fraud 

JACK DEMPSEY 

1925 
Manhattan Madness 

CAROL DEMPSTER 

1926 
•That Royle Girl 
•Sorrows of Satan 

LYA DE PUTTI 

1926 
•The Prince of Tempters 
•God Gave Me 20 Cents 
•Variety 

•Manon Lescaut 
•Sorrows of Satan 

WILLIAM DESMOND 

1923 
McGuire of the Mounted 
Shadows of the North 

1924 
The Breathless Moment 
Big Timber 
Measure of a Man 
The Sunset Trail 

1925 
The Meddler 
Ridin' Pretty 
Blood and Steel 
The Burning Trail 

1926 
"Tongues of Scandal 

XENIA DESNI 

1926 
•The Waltz Dream 

DOROTHY DEVORB 

1925 
How Baxter Butted In 

1926 
•The Midnight Flyer 
•The Gilded Highway 
•Three Weeks in Paris 
•The Social Highwayman 
•Senor Daredevil 
•Money to Burn 
•The Man Upstairs 

ELLIOT DEXTER 

1926 
•Stella Maris 

RICHARD DIX 

1922 
Yellow Men and Gold 
The Glorious Fool 
Dangerous Curve Ahead 

1923 
•The Ten Commandments 
*The Christian 

1924 
Manhattan 

1925 
Too Many Kisses 
The Shock Punch 
The Lucky Devil 
The Vanishing Americati 
Womanhandled 

1926 
Let's Get Married 
The Quarterback 
Say It Again 
Paradise for Two 



BILLIE DOVE 

1922 
Youth to Youth 

1924 
Yankee Madness 

1926 
•The Black Pirate 
•The Marriage Clause 
•Kid Boots 
"The Lone Wolf Returns 

JOSEPH BOWLING 
1926 
"The Rainmaker 
•The Little Irish Girl 
•The Two Gun Men 

LOUISE DRESSER 
1926 
•The Blind Goddess 
•Padlocked 

•Broken Hearts of Hollywood 
•Gigolo 

•Everybody's Acting 
•Fifth Avenue 

DOROTHY DUNBAR 
1926 
•The Amateur Gentleman 
•Red Hot Hoofs 

HELEN DUNBAR 
1926 

*Fine Manners 

JOSEPHINE DUNN 
1926 

•Fascinating Youth 

MISS DU PONT 

1922 
False Kisses 
The Golden Gallows 
Shattered Dreams 
A Wonderful Wife 

1924 
What Three Men Wanted 

1926 
•Good and Naughty 
•Mantrap 
•That ModeJ from Paris 

PAULETTE DUVAL 
1926 
•Blarney 

DOROTHY DWAN 
1926 
•The Dangerous Dude 
•The Great K & A Train 

Robbery 
•Stop, Look and Listen 
•The Captain's Courage 
•The Canyon of Light 

RUTH DWYER 
1926 
•A Man of Quality 
•The Brown Derby 
•Stepping Along 

EDWARD EARLE 
1926 

•Pals First 
•A Woman's Heart 
•The Captain's Courage 
HELEN JEROME EDDY 

1923 
When Love Comes 

1926 
•Padlocked 

ROBERT EDESON 

1926 
•Eve's Leaves 
•The Blue Eagle 
•Her Man O'War 
•Braveheart 
•Whispering Smith 
•The Volga Boatman 

GOSTA EKMAN 

1926 
•Faust 



ROBERT ELLIS 
1926 
•S. O. S. Perils of the Sea 
•Girl from Montmartre 
•Brooding Eyes 
•Devil's Dice 
•Whispering Canyon. 

JULIAN ELTINGE 
1925 
Madame Behave 

LEON ERROL 
1925 
•Sally 

1926 
The Lunatic at Large 

ELINOR FAIR 
1926 
•Bachelor Brides 
•Volga Boatman 

DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS 

1922 
Robin Hood 

1924 
The Thief of Bagdad 

1925 
Don Q 

1926 
The Black Pirate 

DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS, Jr. 

1923 
Stephen Steps Out 

1926 
•Padlocked 

•Broken Hearts of Hollywood 
•Man Bait 
FLOBELLE FAIRBANKS 

1926 
*Loves of Sunya 

WILLIAM FAIRBANKS 

1922 
Hell's Border 
Peaceful Peters 

1923 
Devil's Door Yard 
The Sheriff of Sun Dog 
Spawn of the Desert 
The Law Rustlers 
Sun-Dog Trail 

1924 
Do It Now 
Border Women 

1925 
Tainted Money 
Speed Mad 
The Great Sensation 

1926 
Through Thick and Thin 
The Winning Wallop 
The Mile-a-Minute Man 
A Fight to a Finish 
The New Champion 
The Handsome Brute 

VIRGINIA BROWN FAIRE 

1926 
•Chip of the Flying U 
•Racing Romance 
•The Wolf Hunters 
•The Temptress 
•Frenzied Flames 
•Wings of the Storm 

DUSTIN FARNUM 
1922 
Strange Idols 
Iron to Gold 
The Devil Within 
The Yosemite Trail 
While Jtistice Waits 
The Trail of the Axe 
Oathbound 

1923 
Bucking the Barrier 
The Buster 
The Grail 

The Man Who Won 
Three Who Paid 

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1924 

Kentucky Days 

1926 

•The Flaming Frontier 

WILLIAM FARNUM 

1922 
A Stage Romance 
Shackles of Gold 
Without Compromise 
Moonshine Valley 

1923 
The Gun Fighter 
Brads Commandments 

1924 
The Man Who Fights Alone 

FRANKLYN FARNUM 
1924 
A Two Fisted Tenderfoot 
A Desperate Adventure 
Calibre 45 

1925 
The Gambling Fool 
The Drug Store Cowboy 
Border Intrigue 

CHARLES FARRELL 
1926 
•Old Ironsides 

GEORGE FAWCETT 
1925 
*Merry Widow 

1925 

*The Merry Widow 
*The Flaming Frontier 

1926 
•Two Can Play 
•Men of Steel 
•The Son of the Sheik 
•Under Weistern Skies 
•Man of the Forest 
•Flesh and the Devil 
•There You Are 

JULIA FAYE 
1926 
•Meet the Prince 
•The Volga Boatman 
•Corporal Kate 

LOUISE FAZENDA 
1926 
•The Bat 

•Footloose Widows 
•The Lady of the Harem 
•The Old Soak 
•Millionaires 
•Ladies at Play 
"The Passionate Quest 

ROCKLIFFE FELLOWS 
1926 
•Counsel for the Defense 
•Rocking Moon 
•The Road to Glory 
•Silence 

•Honesty the Best Policy 
'Syncopating Sue 
•Understanding Heart 

LESLIE FENTON 
1926 
•What Price Glory 
•Black Paradise 
•The Road to Glory 
•Sandy 

•The Shamrock Handicap 
"Going Crooked 

CASSON FERGUSON 
1926 
•For Alimony Only 

W. C. FIELDS 
1926 
•That Royle Girl 
It's the Old Army Game 
So's Your Old Man 

FLORA FINCH 
1926 
•The Brown Derby 
•.Oh Baby 
•Lover's Island 



CISSY FITZGERALD 
1926 
•The High Flyer 
*The Love Thief 
*Her Big Night 
*Flames 

EMILY FITZROY 
1926 
*The Bat 

•Marriage License 
•Bardelys, the Magnificent 
•Hard Boiled 
*The Cheerful Fraud 

SUZANNE FLEMING 
1926 

•The Ace of Cads 

LEFTY FLYNN 

1922 
Smiles Are Trumps 
Bucking the Line 

1924 
The No Gun Man 

1925 
Breed of the Border 
Speed Wild 
High and Handsome 

1926 
The Traffic Cop 
Sir Lumberjack 
Smilin' At Trouble 
The College Boob 
Glenister of the Mounted 

RALPH FORBES 
1926 
•Beau Geste 

HARRISON FORD 
1926 
•That Royle Girl 
•Song and Dance Man 
•Almost a Lady 
•The Nervous Wreck 
♦Sandy 
•Hell's 400 

ALLAN FORREST 
1926 
•Two Can Play 
•The Prince of Pilsen 
•Phantom Bullet 
•Partners Again 
•Fifth Avenue 
•The Carnival Girl 
•Summer Bachelors 

EARLE FOXE 

1926 

•A Trip to Chinatown 

JOHN FOX, JR. 
1926 
•Laddie 
•Don't 

ALEC B. FRANCIS 
1926 
•The Return of Peter Grimm 
•Pals First 
•The Yankee Senor 
•The Transcontinental Limited 

ROBERT FRAZER 
1926 
•Desert Gold 
•Secret Orders 
•The Other Woman's Story 
•The Isle of Retribution 
•Dame Chance 
•The Speedmg Venus 
•One Hour of Love 
•The City 

PAULINE FREDERICK 
1922 
The Glory of Clementin 
The Lure of Jade 
Two Kinds of Women 



The Woman Breed 
1926 
Her Honor the Governor 
Devil's Island 
Josselyn's Wife 

CHARLES K. FRENCH 
1926 
•The Winning Wallop 
•Hands Up 
•Under Western Skies 
•Oh, What a Night 
•War Paint 
•Slow Down 

TRIXIE FRIGANZA 
1926 
•Monte Carlo 

•The Waiter From the Ritz 
WILLY FRITSCH 
1926 
•The Waltz Dream 

DALE FULLER 
1926 
•Her Second Chance 
•The Speeding Venus 
•The Midnight Lover 
•The Canadian 
•The Shadow of the Law 

GRETA GARBO 
1926 
•Ibanez' Torrent 
•The Temptress 
•Flesh and the Devil 

PAULINE GARON 
1926 

•Flaming Waters 

•Christine of the Big Tops 

JANET GAYNOR 
1926 
•The Return of Peter Grimm 
•The Johnstown Flood 
•The Shamrock Handicap 

CARMELITA GERAGHTY 
1926 

•Pleasure Garden 
•My Lady of Whims 
•The Canyon of Light 
•Flying Mail 

MAUDE GEORGE 
1926 
•The Love Toy 

NEVA GERBBR 
1924 
Whirlwind Ranger 
Western Fate 

1925 
Fort Frayne 

CHARLES GERRARD 
1926 
•The Better 'Die 

HOOT GIBSON 
1922 
The Bear Cat 
The Fire Eater 
Headin* West 
Step On It 
Sure Fire 
Trimmed 
Ridin' Wild 
The Galloping Kid 
The Loaded Door 
The Lone Hand 

1923 
Blinky 
Dead Game 
Double Dealing 
The Gentleman from Arizona 
Kindled Courage 
Out of Luck 
The Ramblin' Kid 
Shootin' for Love 
Single Handed 

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The Thrill Chaser 

1924 
Hit and Rim 
Ride for Your Life 
The Sawdust Trail 
Hook and Ladder 
Broadway or Bust 
Forty Horse Hawkins 
Ridin' Kid from Powder River 

1925 
Taming the West 
Spook Ranch 
The Saddle Hawk 
The Hurricane Kid 
Let 'Er Buck 
Calgary Stampede 
Arizona Sweepstake 

1926 

Phantom Bullet 
The Flaming Frontier 
Chip of the Flying U 
The Buckaroo Kid 
The Man in the Saddle 
The Texas Streak 

EUGENIE GILBERT 
1926 
•The Test of Donald Norton 
•Laddie 

•The Transcontinental Limited 
•Wild to Go 
•Obey the Law 

JOHN GILBERT 

1922 
The Yellow Stain 
Gleam O' Dawn 
Arabian Love 
Calvert's Valley 
Honor First 
The Love Gambler 

1923 
A California Romance 
The Madness of Youth 
Truxton King 
The Exiles 

1924 
A Man's Mate 
Romance Ranch 
The Wolf Man 
Just Off Broadway 
The Lone Chance 

1925 
The Big Parade 
•Merry Widow 

1926 
Bardelys, the Magnificent 
La Boheme 
Flesh and the Devil 

CLAUDE GILLINGWATER 

1926 
•That's My Baby 
•Into Her Kingdom 
•For Wives Only 

DOUGLAS GILMORE 
1926 
•Love's Blindness 
•Paris 

DOROTHY GISH 
1922 

The Country Flapper 
Orphans of the Storm 

1926 
London 
Nell Gwyn 
Tiptoes 

LILLIAN CISH 

1922 
Orphans of the Storm 

1923 
The White Sister 

1925 
Romola 

1926 
The Scarlet Letter 
La Boheme 



GASTON GLASS 
1924 
After the Ball 

1926 
•Sweet Daddies 
•Subway Sadie 

•Romance of a Million Dollars 
•Exclusive Rights 

J. FRANK GLENDON 
1926 

•Upstage 

DAGMAR GODOWiSKY 
1926 
•In Borrowed Plumes 

HAROLD GOODWIN 
1926 
•The Honeymoon Express 

BRUCE GORDON 
1926 
•Bucking the Truth 
•Born to the West 
•Moran of the Mounted 
*The Transcontinental Limited 
•The Escape 
•Pals in Paradise 

HUNTLEY GORDON 
1926 
'Gilded Butterfly 
*Her Second Chance 
•Silken Shackles 
•Lost at Sea 

•Other Women's Husbands 
•The Golden Web 

JULIA SWAYNE GORDON 

1926 
•The Far Cry 

ROBT. GORDON 
1926 
•King of the Pack 
•Hearts and Spangles 

VERA GORDON 

1922 
The Good Provider 
Yotir Best Friend 

1926 
•Cohens and Kellys, The 
•Sweet Daddies 
•Kosher Kitty Kelly 
•Private Izzy Murphy 
•Millionaires 

JETTA GOUDAL 
1926 
•Three Faces East 
•Paris at Midnight 
•Her Man O' War 

WALTER GOSS 
1926 
'Fine Manners 
•Fascinating Youth 
'God Gave Me Twenty Cents 

JOHN GOUGH 
1926 
•When Love Grows Cold 
'Secret Orders 

RED GRANGE 
1926 
One Minute to Play 

RALPH GRAVES 
1926 
•Womanpower 
•Blarney 

•The Country Beyond 
•Christine of the Big Tops 

GILDA GRAY 

1926 
Aloma of the South Seas 

IRIS GRAY 
1926 
•Fascinating Youth 



LAWRENCE GRAY 
1926 
•American Venus 
•The Untamed Lady 
•The Palm Beach Girl 
•Kid Boots 
•Everybody's Acting 
•Love 'Em and Leave 'Em 

GLORIA GREY 
1926 
•Hidden Way 
•Officer Jim 

EDDIE GRIBBON 
1926 
•The Bat 
•Tell It to the Marines 

CORINNE GRIFFITH 

1922 
Island Wives 
Received Payment 
A Virgin's Sacrifice 
Single Track 
Divorce Coupons 

1924 
Single Wives 

1925 
The Marriage Whirl 
Declasse 
Classified 

1926 
Syncopating Sue 
Into Her Kingdom 
Mademoiselle Modiste 
Infatuation 

RAYMOND GRIFFITH 

1925 
The Night Club 
A Regular Fellow 

1926 
Hands Up 
Wet Paint 
You'd Be Surprised 
The Waiter from the Ritz 

GEO. HACKATHORNE 
1926 

•The Highbinders 

WM. HAINES 

1924 
The Midnight Express 

1926 
•Memory Lane 
•Brown of Harvard 
•Lovey Mary 
•Tell It to the Marines 
•Mike 
•A Little Journey 

CREIGHTON HALE 
1924 

*The Marriage Circle 

1926 
•Shadow on the Wall 
•Beverly of Graustark 
•The Midnight Message 
♦Oh Baby 
•Speeding Thru 

GEORGIA HALE 

1925 
•Gold Rush 

1926 
•The Rainmaker 
*The Man of the Forest 

JAMES HALL 
1926 

•The Campus Flirt 
•Stranded in Paris 
'Hotel Imperial 

RAY HALLOR 
1926 
'Tongues of Scandal 

HALE HAMILTON 
1926 
•Tin Gods 

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•The Great Gatsby 
'Summer Bachelors 

LLOYD HAMILTON 
1924 
His Darker Self 

MAHLON HAMILTON 
1926 
'The Other Woman's Story 

NEIL HAMILTON 

1924 
'America 

1925 
'Isn't Life Wonderful 

1926 
•Desert Gold 
•Diplomacy 
•The Great Gatsby 
•Beau Geste 
•Mother Machree 
ELAINE HAMMERSTEIN 

1922 
Evidence 
Reckless Youth 
Way of a Maid 

Why Annoimce Your Marriage 
Under Oath 
One Week of Love 

1923 
Broadway Gold 

1924 
Daring Love 
Drums of Jeopardy 
The Foolish Virg^in 
The Midnight Express 

1925 
The Unwritten Law 

1926 
S.O.S. Perils of the Sea 
Ladies of Leisure 
The Checkered Flag 

HARRIET HAMMOND 
1926 
•Driftin' Thru 
*The Seventh Bandit 

HOPE HAMPTON 

1922 
The Light in the Dark 
Stardust 

1923 
Does It Pay 

1926 
•Lovers Island 
•The Unfair Sex 

EINAR HANSEN 
1926 
•Her Big Night 
•Into Her Kingdom 

LARS HANSON 
1926 
•The Scarlet Letter 
•Flesh and the Devil 

SAM HARDY 
1926 

♦The Savage 
•The Great Deception 
•The Prince of Tempters 
•Bluebeard's Seven Wives 
•When Love Grows Cold 

KENNETH HARLAN 

1923 
Poisoned Paradise 

1924 
For Another Woman 

1926 
•The King of the Turf 
•The Ice Flood 
•The Fighting Edge 
'The Sap 
'Twinkletoes 

OTIS HARLAN 
1926 
'The Unknown Cavalier 
•Midnight Message 




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DIRECTOR 
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•The Cheerful Fraud 

*The Whole Town's Talking 

IVY HARRIS 
1926 

* Fascinating Youth 

MILDRED HARRIS 

1922 
Fool's Paradise 
The First Woman 

i923 
The Daring Years 

1924 
One Law for the Wom»n 
Unmarried Wives 

1925 
My Neighbor's Wife 

1926 
•The Isle of Retribution 
•The Mystery Club 
"The Wolf Hunters 
•Cruise of Jusper B 
•Wolves of the Air 

JOHN HARRON 

1924 
The Suprpme Test 

1926 
•Bride of the Storm 
•The Night Cry 
•The Gilded Highway 
•Hell Bent For Heaven 
•The Little Irish Girl 
•The Boy Friend 
•The False Alarm 

WILLIAM S. HART 

1922 
Three World Brand 
Travelin' On 
White Oak 

1923 
Wild Bill Hickock 

1924 
Singer Jim McKee 

1925 
Tumbleweeds 

OLIVE HASBROUCK 
1926 
•The Border SherifiF 
•Rustler's Ranch 
•A Regular Scout 
•The Two Gun Man 

DICK HATTON 

1923 
Four Hearts 

1924 
Come On Cowboys 
Western Fate 
Whirlwind Ranger 
The Rip Snorter 

1925 
Sell 'Em Cowboy 

1926 
A He-Man's Country 
Roaring Bill Atwood 
The Temporary Sheriflf 
In Broncho Land 

RAYMOND HATTON 
1926 
•We're in the Navy Now 
•Behind the Front 
•Silence 
•Forlorn River 
•Born to the West 

PHYLLIS HAVER 
1926 
•Other Women's Husbands 
•Up In Mabel's Room 
•Fig Leaves 
•The Nervous Wreck 
•Hard Boiled 
•What Price Glory 
•The Cave Man 

WANDA HAWLBT 
1922 
Bobbed Hair 



Her Face Value 
The Love Charm 
The Truthful Liar 
Too Much Wife 

1926 

'Combat 

•The Midnight Message 

•Men of the Night 

•The Phantom of the Forest 

•Whom Shall I Marry 

•Hearts and Spangles 

BEN HENDRICKS, JR. 
1926 
•The Fighting Buckaroo 
•Rolling Home 
•One Minute to Play 

HOLMES HERBERT 
1926 
•The Fire Brigade 
•Honeymoon Express 
•The Passionate Quest 

JEAN HERSHOLT 

1925 
•Stella Dallas 

1926 
•The Greater Glory 
•It Must Be Love 
The Old Soak 
•My Old Dutch 

WALTER HIERS 

1923 
Mr. Billings Spends His Dime 
Sixty Cents an Hour 

1924 
Fair Week 

1926 
•Hold That Lion 

ERNEST HILLIARD 
1926 
•White Mice 

JOHNNY HINES 

1922 
Sure-Fire Flint 

1923 
Little Johnny Jones 
Luck 

1924 
The Speed Spook 

1925 
The Crackerjack 
The Early Bird 
The Live Wire 

1926 
The Brown Derby 
Rainbow Riley 
Stepping Along 

RAYMOND HITCHCOCK 
1926 

•Everybody's Acting 
Red Heads Preferred 

HELEN HOLMES 

1922 
Ghost City 

1923 
Stormy Seas 

1925 
Blood and Steel 

1926 
Mistaken Orders 
The Fast Freight 
Crossed Signals 
The Lost Express 

STUART HOLMES 
1926 

•Midnight Message 
•Everybody's Acting 
•Good and Naughty 
•North Star 

JACK HOLT 
1922 
The Call of the North 
North of the Rio Grande 
Bought and Paid For 

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While Satan Sleeps 
The Man Unconquerable 

1923 
A Gentleman of Leisure 
Making a Man 
Nobody's Money 
The Tiger's Claw 

1924 
The Lone Wolf 

1926 

•Enchanted Hill 
•Sea Horses 
•The Blind Goddess 
•Forlorn River 
•Man of the Forest 

RICHARD HOLT 

1925 
Too Much Youth 
Going the Limit 
Easy Going Gordon 

1926 
In Search of a Hero 

CLARA HORTON 
1926 
•The Broadway Gallant 
Winning the Futurity 

HElDDA HOPPER 

1926 
•Pleasures of the Rich 
•Dance Madness 
•Obey the Law 
•Lew Tyler's Wives 
•The Cave Man 
•Silver Treasure 

CAMILLA HORN 

1926 
•Faust 

EDWARD E. HORTON 

1923 
The Front Page Story 

1926 
•The Whole Town's Talking 
The Nut-Cracker 
Poker Faces 

ARTHUR HOUSMAN 

1922 
The Snitching Hour 
Man Wanted 

1926 
•The Bat 
•Early to Wed 
•The Midnight Kiss 

CONSTANCE HOWARD 
1926 
•Hold That Lion 
•The White Black Sheep 

REED HOWES 

1924 
Lightning Romance 

1925 
Youth's Gamble 
The Snob Buster 
The Cyclone Cavalier 

1926 
•♦The Gentle Cyclone 
•Wings of the Storm 
Racing Romance 
The Kentucky Handicap 
The Self Starter 
The Night Owl 
The High Flyer 
The Dangerous Dude 
The Danger Quest 
Moran of the Mounted 

AL HOXIE 
1926 
Red Blood 
The Lost Trail 
Buried Gold 
The Road Agent 
The Ace of Clubs 




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JACK HOXIE 

1922 
Barb Wire 
Two-Fisted Jefferson 
Desert's Crucible 
Crow's Nest 

1923 
Don Quickshot of the Rio 

Grande 
The Double-O 
Men in the Raw 
Where is This West 
The Red Warning 

1924 
The Galloping Ace 
The Western Wallop 
Daring Chances 
Ridgeway ff Montana 
Fighting Fury 
The Man From Wyoming 
The Back Trail 
The Phantom Horseman 

1925 
The White Outlaw 
The Sign of the Cactus 
Roaring Adventure 
The Open Trail 
Ridin' Thunder 
Two Fisted Jones 
Hidden Loot 
Flying Hoofs 
Don Daredevil 
Bustin' Through 

1926 
The Demon 
The Border Sheriff 
Looking for Trouble 
The Fighting Peacemaker 
Red Hot Leather 
Wild Horse Stampede 
A Six Shootin' Romance 
*The Last Frontier 

ARTHUR HOYT 
1926 

*The Midnight Sun 
•Footloose Widows 
•Dangerous Friends 
*The Gilded Butterfly 
*For Wives Only 

GARETH HUGHES 

1922 
Don't Write Letters 
I Can Explain 
The Hunch 
Little Eva Ascends 
Stay Home 

1926 
•Men of the Night 

LLOYD HUGHES 

1922 
Love Never Dies 

1924 
•The Sea Hawk 

1925 
•The Lost World 

1926 
•Irene 

•Ella Cinders 
•Forever After 
•Pals First 
•Ladies at Play 
•Valencia 

GLADYS HULETTE 
1926 
•Unknown Treasures 
•Then came the Woman 
•The Warning Signal 
•Skyrocket 

FRED HUMES 
1926 
Prowlers of the Night 
The Yellow Back 
Stolen Ranch 



GLENN HUNTER 

1923 
Puritan Passions 
Second Fiddle 
Youthful Cheaters 
West of the Water Tower 

1924 
Grit 

West of the Water Tower 
Merton of the Movies 

1925 
The Little Giant 
His Buddy's Wife 

1926 
•Romance of a Million Dollars 
The Pinch Hitter 
The Broadway Boob 

CHARLES HUTCHISON 
1924 
Ten After Ten 
The Radio Flyer 
The Fatal Plunge 
The Law Demands 
Fangs of the Wolf 
Surging Seas 
Hutch of the U. S. A. 
Turned Up 
Poison 

1925 
On Probation 

LEILA HYAMS 
1926 
•Summer Bachelors 
•The Kick-Off 

RALPH INCE 
1926 

•Yellow Fingers 
•Bigger Than Bamum 
•The Better Way 
•Breed of the Sea 

GARDNER JAMES 

1926 
•Hell-Bent for Heaven 
•The Amateur Gentleman 
•The Flaming Forest 

WALTER JAMES 

1926 
•The Seventh Bandit 

EMIL JANNINGS 

1923 
Othello 
Peter the Great 

1925 
The Last Laugh 

1926 
•Variety 
•Faust 

EULALIE JENSEN 
1926 
•The Sap 
•Forever After 

GEORGE JESSEL 
1926 
Private Izzy Murphy 

BROOKE JOHNS 
1926 
•That lOld Gang of Mine 

JULANNE JOHNSTON 
1926 
•Dangerous Virtue 
•Aloma of the South Seas 
•Dame Chance 
•Twinkletoes 

BUCK JONES 
1922 
Western Speed 
Trooper O'Neil 
Rough Shod 
Riding with Death 
Pardon My Nerve 
Bar Nothin' 
West of Chicago 
Boss of Camp 4 
Bells of San Juan 



1923 

The Footlight Ranger 
Hell's Hole 
Second Hand Love 
Skid Proof 
Snowdrift 
Big Dan 

1924 
Western Luck 
Cupid's Fireman 
Against All Odds 
The Vagabond Trail 
Not a Drum Was Heard 
The Circus Cowboy 
The Desert Outlaw 
Winner Take All 

1925 
Arizona Romeo 
Gold and the Girl 
The Trail Rider 
Hearts and Spurs 
The Man Whg Played Square 
The Timber Wolf 
Lazybones 

Durand of the Bad Lands 
The Desert's Price 

1926 
The Gentle Cyclone 
Black Paradise 
A Man Four Square 
Fighting Buckaroo 
Cowboy and the Countess 
30 Below Zero 
The Flying Horseman 

LEATRICE JOY 

1923 
*Ten Commandments 

1925 
The Wedding Song. 

1926 
•For Alimony Only 
The Clinging Vine 
Made for Love 
Eve's Leaves 

ALICE JOYCE 
1924 
Passionate Adventurer 
1926 

•Mannequin 
•Dancing Mothers 
•The Ace of Cads 
•So's Your Old Man 
•Beau Geste 

PEGGY HOPKINS JOYCE 
1926 
The Skyrocket 

DIANA KANE 
1926 
•The Brown Derby 

GAIL KANE 
1923 
•Convoys 

RAYMOND KEANE 
1926 
•The Midnight Sun 
•April Fool 

BUSTER KEATON 
1923 

The Three Ages 
Our Hospitality 

1924 
The Navigator 
Sherlock, Jr. 

1925 
Seven Chances 
Go West 

1926 
Battling Butler 
The General 

FRANK KEENAN 
1926 
•The Gilded Butterfly 

DONALD KEITH 
1926 
•My Lady of Whims 
•Dancing Mothers 



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IAN KEITH 
1926 
•The Lily 
*Loves of Sunya 
•The Prince of Tempters 

PAUL KELLY 
1926 

•The New Klondike 

MADGE KENNEDY 

1923 
Purple Highway 

1924 
Three Miles Out 

1925 
Bad Company 

1926 
•Oh Baby 

TOM KENNEDY 
1926 
•We're In the Navy Now 
•Mantrap 
•Behind the Front 
•Sir Lumberjack 

DORIS KENYON 
1926 
•Men of Steel 
•The Blonde Saint 
•Ladies at Play 
•Mismates 

J. WARREN KERRIGAN 
1923 
•The Covered Wagon 

NORMAN KERRY 
1925 
Fifth Avenue Models 
The Price of Pleasxire 

•The Phantom of the Opera 

1926 
•The Barrier 
•Mademoiselle Modiste 
Love Thief 
Under Western Skies 

MURIEL KINGSTON 
1926 
•Subway Sadie 
*On Guard 
•Just Another Blonde 

NATALIE KINGSTON 
1926 
•The Silent Lover 
•Kid Boots 

JAMES KIRKWOOD 

1924 
Wandering Husbands 
Another Man's Wife 

1926 
•That Royle Girl 
•Reckless Lady 
•Lovers Island 
•The Wise Guy 
•Butterflies In the Rain 

KATHLEEN KEY 
1926 
•The Desert's Toll 
•Under Western Skies 
•The Flaming Frontier 
•Money Talks 

HENRY KOLKER 
1926 

•Hell's 400 

ALICE LAKE 

1922 
The Golden Gift 
A Hole in the Wall 
Hate 
Kisses 

1926 
•Spider Webs 
•Price of Success 

FAY LAMPHIER 

1926 
•The American Venus 



CULLEN LANDIS 

1922 
Whore is My Wandering Boy 

Tonight 
Watch Your Step 

1924 
One Law for the Woman 

1926 
•Enemy of Men 
•Sweet Rosie O'Grady 
•Frenzied Flames 
•The Dixie Flyer 
•Then Came the Woman 
•The Midnight Flyer 
Winning the Futurity 
Perils of the Coast Gtiard 
The Smoke Eaters 
Davy Crockett at the Fall of the 

Alamo 
•Buffalo Bill on the U. P. Trail 
•Christine of the Big Tops 
•My Old Dutch 

CHARLES LANE 
1926 
•Winning of Barbara Worth 

HARRY LANGDON 
1926 
The Strong Man 
Tramp, Tramp, Tramp 

LUPINO LANE 
1923 
Friendly Husband 

LAURA LA PLANTE 
1924 
The Fast Worker 
Young Ideas 
The Dangerous Blond 
Excitement 

1925 
The Teaser 

1926 
Poker Faces 
Her Big Night 
The Beautiful Cheat 
The Midnight Sun 
•Butterflies In the Rain 

GEORGE LARKIN 
1922 

Barriers of Folly 

1923 
Way of the Transgressor 
Tango Cavalier 

1924 
Yankee Madness 
The Pell Street Mystery 
The Midnight Secret 

1925 
The Right Man 

ROD LA ROCQUE 

•Ten Commandments 

1926 
The Cruise of the Jasper B 
Gigolo 

Bachelor Brides 
Braveheart 

1923 

IVAN LEBEDEFF 
1926 

Sorrows of Satan 

FRANKIE LEE 

1922 
Call From the Wild 

1923 
Robin Hood, Jr. 

GWEN LEE 
1926 
•There You Are 

LILA LEE 

1922 
The Road to Arcady 

1924 
Another Man's Wife 
Wandering Husbands 

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1926 

•Broken Hearts 
•The New Klondike 

GEORGE LEWIS 
1926 

•Devil's Island 

MITCHELL LEWIS 
1926 

•Tell [t to the Marines 

RALPH LEWIS 
1926 

•Shadow of the Law 

•The Lady from Hell 

•Bigger Than Bamum's 

•The False Alarm 

•The Million Dollar Handicap 

The Silent Power 

The Block Signal 

SHELDON LEWIS 
1926 

•Bride of the Storm 
•The Gilded Highway 
*Senor Daredevil 
•Moran of the Mounted 
•The Eagle of the Sea 
•Exclusive Rights 
•The Sky Pirate 

VERA LEWIS 
1926 
•King of the Pack 
•Up in Mabel's Room 
•The Gilded Butterfly 
•Ella Cinders 
•The Passionate Quest 

BEATRICE LILLIE 
1926 
•Exit Smiling 

E. K. LINCOLN 
1926 
•Whom Shall I Marry 

LUCIEN LITTLEFIELD 
1926 
•Brooding Eyes 
•Bachelor Brides 

MARGARET LIVINGSTON 

1925 
After Marriage 

1926 
•The First Year 
•Hell's 400 

•A Trip to Chinatown 
•The Blue Eagle 
•Womanpower 
•The Yankee Senor 

HAROLD LLOYD 

1922 
Sailor Made Man 
Grandma's Boy 

1923 
Dr. Jack 
Safety Last 
Why Worry? 

1924 
Girl Shy 
Hot Water 

1925 
The Freshman 

1926 
For Heaven's Sake 

JACQUELINE LOGAN 
1926 

•The Outsider 
•Out of the Storm 
•Tony Runs Wild 
•Footloose Widows 
•One Hour of Love 

SALLY LONG 
1926 
•The Fighting Newcomer 
•Fifth Avenue 

WALTER LONG 
1926 
•Steel Preferred 
•Eve's Leaves 



BESSIE LOVE 

1925 
*The Lost World 

1926 
*Song and Dance Man 
*Lovey Mary 
*Young April 
*Going Crooked 
*Meet the Prince 

MONTAGU LOVE 
1926 
•Out of the Storm 
*The Social Highwayman 
*The Son of the Sheik 
*The Silent Lover 
*Don Juan 
•Hands Up 
•The Night of Love 

EDMUND LOWE 

1922 
Living Lies 

1924 
Honor Among Men 
The Brass Bowl 

1925 
The Kiss Barrier 
Marriage in Transit 
Ports of Call 
Greater Than a Crown 
•The Fool 

1926 
•Soul Mates 
•Palace of Pleasure 
•Siberia 

•Black Paradise 
•What Price Glory 

JOHN LOWELL 

1922 
Ten Nights in a Bar Room 

1926 
•The Big Show 

MYRNA LOY 
1926 
•The Cave Man 
•Why Girls Go Back Home 
•Across the Pacific 

JACK LUDEN 
1926 

•Fascinating Youth 
•The Jade Cup 

BEN LYON 
1926 
•Bluebeard's Seven Wives 
•Reckless Lady 
•The Savage 
•The Great Deception 
•The Prince of Tempters 

BERT LYTELL 
1922 

Face Between 

The Idle Rich 

Ladyfinger* 

The Right That Failed 

Sherlock Brown 

1926 
•Ship of Souls 
•Gilded Butterfly 
•That Model from Paris 
•The Lone Wolf Returns 
•Obey the Law 
•The First Night 

MARC MAC DERMOTT 
1926 

•Kiki 

•The Love Thief 
•The Temptress 
•The Lucky Lady 

FRANCIS MAC DONALD 
1926 
•Battling Butler 
•The Desert's Toll 
•Puppets 

•The Palace of Pleasure 
•The Yankee Senor 



J. FARRELL MAC DONALD 

1926 
*The Dixie Merchant 
•The Shamrock Handicap 
*A Trip to Chinatown 
•The Family Upstairs 
•Three Bad Men 
"The Country Beyond 

KATHERINE MAC DONALD 

1922 
Domestic Relations 
The Beautiful Liar 
Her Social Value 
Heroes and Husbands 
The Infidel 
Stranger Than Fiction 
The Woman Conquers 
The Woman's Side 
White Shoulders 

1923 
Lonely Road 
Money, Money, Money 
Refuge 
Chastity 
Scarlet Lily 
Woman Conquers 

1926 
•Qld Loves and New 

WALLACE MAC DONALD 

1926 

•Checkered Flag 
•Two Can Play 
•The Bar-C Mystery 
•Hell's 400 

MALCOLM MAC GREGOR 
1926 
•Infatuation 
•Flaming Waters 
•The Gay Deception 
•It Must Be Love 
•Don Juan's Three Nights 
•Money To Burn 

CHARLES EMMETT MACK 

1926 
•The Devil's Circus 
•The Unknown Soldier 

HUGHIE MACK 

1926 
•Mare Nostrum 

DOROTHY MACKAILL 
1923 

•Mighty Lak a Rose 

1924 
What Shall I Do? 

1926 
•The Dancer of Paris 
•Ranson's Folly 
•Subway Sadie 
•Just Another Blonde 
•The Lunatic at Large 

DOUGLAS MAC LEAN 

1923 
Bell Boy 13 
Going Up 
Man of Action 
Sunshine Trail 

1924 
Never Say Die 

1925 
Seven Keys to Baldpate 
Introduce Me 

1926 
That's My Baby 
Hold That Lion 

LEO MALONEY 
1924 
The Perfect Alibi 
Payable on Demand 
Riding Double 
Not Built for Runnin' 
King's Creek Law 
Headin' Through 
Huntin' Trouble 



1925 
The Loser's End 
Across the Deadline 

1926 
Win, Lose or Draw 
The Outlaw Express 
Luck and Sand 
The High Hand 

LADY DIANA MANNERS 
1922 
The Glorious Adventure 

ARLETTE MARCHAL 
1926 
•Forlorn River 
•Diplomacy 
•Born to the West 
•The Cat's Pajamas 

GEORGE MARION 
1926 
*The Wise Guy 
•The Reckless Lady 

JUNE MARLOWE 
1926 

•The Night Cry 
•The Pleasure Buyers 

PERCY MARMONT 

1923 
*If Winter Comes 

1924 
Legend of Hollywood 

1926 
•Infatuation 

•Aloma of the South Seas 
•Mantrap 
•The Miracle of Life 

TULLY MARSHALL 
1925 

•The Merry Widow 

1926 

•Ibanez' Torrent 
•lOld Loves and New 
•Her Big Night 
*Twinkletoes 

EDW. MARTINDEL 
1926 
•Tony Runs Wild 
•The Duchess of Buffalo 
•You'd Be Surprised 
•Everybody's Acting 
•The Dixie Merchant 

OTTO MATTIESON 
1926 
•Bride of the Storm 
•While London Sleeps 

MARTHA MATTOX 
1926 
•Shameful Behavior 
•Lovey Mary 
•The Wolf Hunters 
•The Yankee Senor 
•Ibanez' Torrent 
•The Nut Cracker 
•Christine of the Big Tops 

MAE MARSH 

1922 
Till We Meet Again 

1923 
Paddy-the-Next-Best-Thing 

1924 
A Woman's Secret 

1925 
Tides of Passion 

1926 
•The Rat 

SHIRLEY MASON 
1922 
Very Truly Yours 
The Ragged Heiress 
Queenies 

Little Miss Smiles 
Lights of the Desert 
Jackie 



368 



The New Teacher 
Youth Must Have Love 
Pawn Ticket 210 
Shriley of the Circus 

i923 
Pawn Ticket 210 
Love Bound 
South Sea Love 

1924 
Love Letters 
That French Lady 
The Great Diamond Mystery 

1925 
My Husband's Wives 
Curlytop 

The Star Dust Trail 
The Scarlet Honeymoon 
Scandal Proof 

1926 
•Desert Gold 
*Sweet Rosie O'Grady 
*Don Juan's Three Nights 
Sin Cargo 
Rose of the Tenements 

KEN MAYNARD 

1924 
$50,00 Reward 

1925 
The Haunted Ranch 
The Demon Rider 
Fighting Courage 

1926 

•North Star 

The Unknown Cavalier 

Senor Daredevil 

FRANK MAYO 

1922 
Afraid to Fight 
Across the Dead-Line 
Dr. Jim 
Go Straight 
Man Who Married His Own 

Wife 
Out of the Silent North 
Tracked to Farth 
Wolf Law 
The Altar Stairs 
Caught Bluffing 

1923 
Bolted Door 
First Degree 
Flaming Hour 
Legally Dead 

1926 
*Then Came the Woman 
*Lew Tyler's Wives 

MARY MCALLISTER 
1926 
The Man in the Shadow 
*The Sap 
*One Minute to Play 

MAY McAVOY 

1922 
A Homespun Vamp 
Morals 

Through a Glass Window 
Top of New York 
A Virginia Courtship 

1923 
Her Reputation 
Phil-for-Short 

1925 
Tessie 
*Lady Windemere's Fan 

1926 
•Ben Hur 

•The Road to Glory 
•The Passionate Quest 
•The Fire Brigade 
*AIy Old Dutch 

MICKEY McBAIN 
1926 
•Somebody's Mother 
•The Return of Peter Grimm 



COL. TIM MC COY 

1926 
War Paint 

PHILO McCULLOUGH 
1926 
•The Bar-C Mystery 
•The Savage 
•Mismates 

J. FARREL McDonald 

1926 
•The Last Frontier 

KENNETH MC DONALD 

1924 
Yankee Speed 
Dynamite Dan 
The Pride of Sunshine Alley 

1925 
The Speed Demon 
The Coast Patrol 
In High Gear 

CLAIRE MC DOWELL 
1926 
•The Shamrock Handicap 
•The Show-iOfif 
•The Midnight Flyer 
•The Dixie Merchant 
•The Unknown Soldier 
•Ben Hur 

J. P. McGOWAN 

1922 
Hills of Missing Men 
Reckless Chances 
The Ruse of the Rattler 

i923 
Whipping Boss 

1926 
•Senor Daredevil 
•Moran of the Mounted 

WALTER MC GRAIL 
1926 

•Combat 

•Forbidden Waters 
•Marriage License 
•Prisoners of the Storm 
•The City 
•Across the Pacific 
•Marriage License 

BURR MCINTOSH 
1926 
•Dangerous Friends 
•The Buckaroo Kid 
•The Wilderness Woman 

RAYMOND MCKEE 
1926 
•Oh What A Night 
•The Speed Limit 
•Exclusive Rights 

KENNETH McKENNA 
1926 
•The American Venus 

• The Lunatic at Large 

ROBT. MC KIM 
1926 
•A Regular Scout 
•The Dead Line 
•The Strong Man 
•The Wolf Hunters 
•The Bat 
•The Tough Guy 
•Pay Off 
•Winning of Barbara Worth 

VICTOR McLAGLEN 
1925 
•The Unholy Three 

1926 
•It's the Old Army Game 
•The Isle of Retribution 
•What Price Glory 
•Men of Steel 

* Mother Machree 

369 



TED McNAMARA 

1926 
*What Price Glory 

THOMAS MEIGHAN 

1922 
The Bachelor Daddy 
Our Leading Citizen 
A Prince There Was 
Back Home and Broke 
If You Believe It, It's So 
Man Who Saw Tomorrow 
Manslaughter 

1923 
Homeward Bound 
Ne'er Do Well 
Woman Proof 

1924 
Pied Piper Malone 
Tongues of Flame 
The Confidence Man 
The Alaskan 

1925 
Irish Luck 

The Man Who Found Himself 
Old Home Week 
Coming Through 

1926 
Tin Gods 
The Canadian 
The New Klondike 

RAQUEL MELLER 
1926 
For Her People 

ADOLPHE MENJOU 

1923 
•A Woman of Paris 

1924 
•The Marriage Circle 
•Forbidden Paradise 

1925 
The King on Main Street 

1926 
A Social Celebrity 
The Ace of Cads 
Grand Duchess and the Waiter 
•Sorrows of Satan 

JOAN MEREDITH 
1926 
•King of the Saddle 

EARL METCALFE 
1926 
•The High Flyer 
•Atta Boy 
•Ship of Souls 
•Remember 

JERRY MILEY 
1296 
•Wild Oats' Lane 

JOHN MILJAN 
1926 
•Flaming Waters 
•Brooding Eyes 
•The Devil's Circus 
•Footloose Widow 
•Devil's Island 
•Almost a Lady 
•Unknown Treasures 
•Racewild 

PATSY RUTH MILLER 
1922 

Watch Your Step 

1924 
Fools in the Dark 

1925 
Head Winds 

1926 
•Oh What a Nurse 
•The King of the Turf 
•Hell-Bent for Heaven 
•Why Girls Go Back Home 
•Private Izzy Murphy 
•The White Black Sheep 
•So This Is Paris 



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Broken Hearts of Hollywood 
*The Fighting Edge 

HUGH MILLER 
1926 

Loves of Sunya 

WALTER MILLER 
1926 
•The Unfair Sex 
"Fighting Marine 

ALYCE MILLS 
1926 
•Say It Again 
•Romance of a Million Dollars 

MARILYN MILLS 
1925 
Three Pals 
Tricks 

MARY MILES MINTER 
1922 
The Heart Specialist 
South of Suva 
TiUie 

1923 
Drums of Fate 
Trail of the Lonesome Pine 

TOM MIX 

1922 
Up and Going 
Trailin' 
Sky High 

The Rough Diamond 
For Big Stakes 
Fighting Streak 
Chasing the Moon 
Do and Dare 
Just Tony 
Tom Mix in Arabia 

1923 
Catch My Smoke 
Lone Star Ranger 
Romance Land 
Soft Boiled 
Stepping Fast 
Three Jumps Ahead 
Mile-A-Minute Romeo 

1924 
Oh, You Tony 
North of Hudson Bay 
The Last of the Duanes 
Ladies to Board 
Eyes of the Forest 
Trouble Shooter 
The Heart Buster 

1925 
Everlasting Whisper 
The Lucky Horseshoe 
The Best Bad Man 
Riders of the Purple Sage 
The Rainbow Trail 
Dick Turpin 
The Deadwood Coach 

1926 
The Yankee Senor 
Tony Runs Wild 
My Own Pal 
Hardboiled 
The Great K & A Train 

Robbery 
The Canyon of Light 
No Man's Gold 

ART MIX 

1924 
Ace of Cactus Range 

WM. V. MONO 
1926 

•Steel Preferred 
•Shadow on the Wall 
•Fifth Avenue 
•Shadow of the Law 
•Brooding Eyes 
•The Old Soak 
•The Strong Man 
•The Silent Lover 
•What Price Glory 



BABY PEGGY 
MONTGOMERY 

1923 
Darling of New York 

1924 
Captain January 
The Family Secret 
The Law Forbids 
Helen's Babies 

1926 
•April Fool 

COLLEEN MOORE 

i922 
Come On Over 
Slippery McGee 
AfBnities 

1923 
Flaming Youth 

1924 
Painted People 

1925 
We Moderns 
SaUy 

The Desert Flower 
So Big 

1926 
Irene 

Ella Cinders 
It Must Be Love 
Twinkletoes 

MATT MOORE 

1922 
No More Women 

1924 
Fools in the Dark 

1925 
How Baxter Butted la 
•The Unholy Three 

1926 
•First Year 
•The Cave Man 
•His Jazz Bride 
•Early to Wed 
•Three Weeks in Paris 
•The Mystery Club 
•Summer Ba«helors 

OWEN MOORB 

1922 
Reported Missing 
Love It An Awful Thing 

1923 
Modem Matrimony 

1925 
The Parasite 

1926 
•Black Bird 
•Money Talks 
•The Road to Mandalay 
•Skyrocket 

TOM MOORB 

1922 
Over the Border 
From the Ground Up 
Mr. Barnes of New York 

1925 
On Thin Ice 

1926 
•A Kiss for Cinderella 
•Song and Dance Man 
•Good and Naughty 
•The Clinging Vine 
•Syncopating Sue 

LOIS MORAN 
1925 

•Stella Dallas 

1926 
•Just Suppose 
•Reckless Lady 
•The Road to Mandalay 
•Padlocked 

•The Prince of Tempters 
•God Gave Me Twenty Cents 

LEE MORAN 
1926 
•Syncopating Sue 

371 



•My Lady of Whims 
•The Little Irish Girl 

ANTONIO MORENO 

1922 
A Guilty Conscience 
Secret of the Hills 

1923 
The Exciters 

1926 
•Mare Nostrum 
•Beverly of Graustark 
•The Temptress 
•Love's Blindness 
•The Flaming Forest 

HARRY T. MOREY 
1926 
•Aloma of the South Seas 

MARGARET MORRIS 
1926 

•That's My Baby 
•Born to the West 

PETE MORRISON 

1922 
West vs. East 
The Better Man Wins 
Headin' North 

1923 
Making Good 

1924 
Rainbow Rangers 
Black Gold 

1925 
Triple Action 

1926 
Chasing Trouble 
The Escape 
The Desperate Game 
Blue Blazes 
Bucking the Truth 

IVAN MOSKINE 
1926 
Michael Strogofif 

JACK MOWER 
1926 

•Melodies 

•The Ghetto Shamrock 

•False Friends 

•Her Own Story 

JACK MULHALL 
1926 
•Far Cry 
•Dixie Merchant 
•Pleasures of the Rich 
•Silence 

•Sweet Daddies 
•Subway Sadie 

•God Gave Me Twenty Cents 
•Just Another Blonde 

EDNA MURPHY 

1922 
Extra Extra 
The Jolt 

1926 
•Ermine and Rhinestones 
•Oh What a Night 
•Obey the Law 

CHARLIE MURRAY 

1926 
•Steel Preferred 
•Mike 

•Reckless Lady 
•Irene 

•Cohens and Kellys 
•Her Second Chance 
•The Boob 
•Sweet Daddies 
•Subway Sadie 
•The Silent Lover 
•Mismates 
•Paradise 

MAE MURRAY 

1922 
Fascination 




Schroder Photo 



D. W. GRIFFITH 

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372 



Peacock Alley 
Broadway Rose 

1923 
French Doll 
Jazzmania 
Fashion Row 

1924 
Madamioiselle Midnight 
Circe, the Enchantress 

1925 
The Masked Bride 
*The Merry Widow 

1926 
Valencia 

CARMEL MYERS 
1926 
*Tell It To The Marines 
*A Certain Young Man 
*Understanding Heart 
*Ben Hur 

HARRY MYERS 
1926 
*The Beautiful Cheat 
*The Nut Cracker 
*Up In Mabel's Room 

KATHLEEN MYERS 
1926 
*Flying Mail 

CONRAD NAGLE 
1922 
Fool's Paradise 

1926 
* Memory Lane 
*Dance Madness 
•The Waning Sex 
*Tin Hats 
*There You Are 

NITA NALDI 
1923 

*Ten Commandments 

1926 
•The Miracle of Life 
*The Unfair Sex 
*The Mountain Eagle 

MARGARET NAMARA 
1921 
Stolen Moments 

GEORGE NASH 
1926 
*The Highbinders 

NAZIMOVA 

1922 
A Doll's House 

1923 
Salome 

1924 
Madonna of the Streets 

1925 
The Redeeming Sin 
My Son 

POLA NEGRI 
1922 

Vendetta 

Intrigue 

The Polish Dancer 

The Devil's Pawn 

The Eyes of the Mummy 

The Last Payment 

The Red Peacock 

1923 
Bella. Donna 
Cheat, The 
Mad Love 
Spanish Dancer 

1924 
Shadows of Paris 
Forbidden Paradise 
Lily of the Dust 
The Passionate Journey 
Montmarte 
Men 

1925 
Flower of Night 
East of Suez 



The Charmer 

1926 
A Woman of the World 
Crown of Lies 
Hotel Imperial 

GEORGE NICHOLS 
1926 
•Bachelor Brides 
•Senor Daredevil 
•Flames 
•Gigolo 

PAUL NICHOLSON 
1926 
•The Johnstown Flood 
*Up in Mabel's Room 

ANNA Q. NILSSON 
1926 

•Too Much Money 
•Her Second Chance 
•The Greater Glory 
*The Midnight Lovers 

GRETA NISSEN 
1926 

•The Love Thief 
•The Lady of the Harem 
•The Lucky Lady 
•The Popular Sin 

MARION NIXON 
1926 
•Hands Up 
•Rolling Home 
•Devil's Island 
Spangles 

MABEL NORMAND 
1922 
Head Over Heels 
Molly O 

1923 
Extra Girl 
Suzanna 

EVA NOVAK 
1926 

•The Millionaire Policeman 
•No Man's Gold 
•The Dixie Flyer 
•30 Below Zero 

JANE NOVAK 

1922 
The Soul of a Woman 
Belle of Alaska 
Colleen of the Pines 
The Snowshoe Trail 
Thelma 

1923 
Divorce 

1924 
The Lullaby 

1925 
The Substitute Wife 

1926 
•Lure of the Wild 
•Lost at Sea 
•Dangerous Virtue 
•Whispering Canyon 
•The Blackguard 

RAMON NOVARRO 

1923 
•Scaramouche 
•Where The Pavement Ends 

1924 
•The Arab 

1925 
The Midshipman 
A Lover's Oath 

1926 
♦Ben Hur 
A Certain Young Man 

CARROL NYE 
1926 

•The Impostor 

•Her Honor, the Governor 

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WHEELER OAKMAN 
1922 

Slippey McGee 
The Half Breed 

1926 
*In Borrowed Plumes 

EUGENE O'BRIEN 

1922 
Clay Dollars 
Chivalrous Charley 
Channing of the Northwest 
John Smith 
The Prophet's Paradise 

1925 
Siege 

1926 
•Flames 
•Fine Manners 

GEORGE O'BRIEN 
1925 
The Rough Neck 
The Fighting Heart 

1926 
•Johnstown Flood 
•Rustling for Cupid 
•Fig Leaves 
•The Blue Eagle 
•Three Bad Men 
•The Silver Treasure 

TOM O'BRIEN 
1925 
•The Big Parade 
1926 

•The Flaming Forest 

•Tin Hats 

•The Runaway Express 

• Poker Faces 

•The Fire Brigade 

PEGGY O'DAY 

1922 
Thundering Hoofs 
The Storm Girl 

1925 
Peggy of the Secret Service 

GEO. O'HARA 
1926 

•Sea Beast 

•Bigger Than Barnum's 

•The False Alarm 

VIVIA OGDEN . 

1926 / 

•The Fire Brigade / 

WARNER OLAND ; 
1925 \ 

•Don Q \ 

1926 

•The Marriage Clause 

•Don Juan 

•The Mystery Club 

•Infatuation 

•Twinkletoes 

•Tell It To The Marines 

EDNA MAY OLIVER 
1926 
•The American Venus 
•Let's Get Married 

GERTRUDE OLMSTEAD 

1926 
•Sweet Adeline 
•Ibanez' Torrent 
•Monte Carlo 
•The Boob 
•Puppets 
•The Cheerful Fraud 

PAT O'MALLEY 
1925 
The Teaser 

1926 

•The Midnight Sun 

Spangles 

Watch Your Wife 

•My Old Dutch 



SALLY O'NEILL 

1926 
•Mike 
•Don't 

•Auction Block 
•Battling Butler 
•A Certain Young Man 

SEENA OWEN 

1922 
At The Cross Roads 

1926 
•Shipwrecked 
•Flame of the Yukon 

CHARLES PADDOCK 
1925 
9 3/S Seconds 

1926 
The Campus Flirt 

MONA PALMA 

1926 
•The Canadian 

JOHN PATRICK 
1926 
•Other Women's Husbands 
•His Jazz Bride 
•The Palm Beach Girl 
•The Social Highwayman 
•Don''t 

•The Cave Man 
•Ladies at Play 
•The Honeymoon Express 

BILL PATTON 

1924 
Under Fire 

1926 
Western Trails 
The Last Chance 
Lucky Spurs 
Beyond the Trail 

PAUL PANZER 
1926 
•30 Below Zero 

VIRGINIA PEARSON 
1926 
•Atta Boy 
•The Red Kimona 
•The Taxi Mystery 
•Silence 

EDWARD PEIL 
1926 
•Black Paradise 

ANN PENNINGTON 
1925 
The Mad Dancer 

EILEEN PERCY 
1922 
Whatever She Wants 
Little Miss Hawkshaw 
Elope if You Must 

1926 
•Shadow on the Wall 
•Phantom Bullet 
•Lovey Mary 
•Racewild 
•That Model From Paris 

JACK PERRIN 

1924 
Lone Horseman 
Coyote Fangs 

1925 
Border Vengeance 

1926 
Starlight's revenge 
The Grey Devil 
A Ridin' Gent 
The Man From Oklahoma 
West of the Rainbow's End 
Hi-Jacking Rustlers 
Double Fisted 



KATHERINE PERRY 
1926 
•First Year 
•Early to Wed 
•Womanpower 

HOUSE PETERS 

1922 
Human Hearts 
The Storm 

1924 
The Tornado 

1925 
Raffles 
Head Winds 
The Storm Breaker 

1926 
•Counsel for the Defense 
Combat 
Prisoners of the Storm 

IVAN PETROVICH 

1926 
•The Magician 

MARY PHILBIN 

1924 
Fools Highway 
The Gaiety Girl 
The Rose of Paris 

1925 
Fifth Avenue Models 

1926 
Stella Maris 
•The Phantom of the Opera 

EDDIE PHILLIPS 
1926 
•Out of the Storm 
•April Fool 
•King of the Turf 

DOROTHY PHILLIPS 

1922 
Hurricane's Gal 

1923 
Slander the Woman 
World's A Stage 

1926 
*The Gay Deceiver 
•Upstage 

•The Bar-C Mystery 
•Remember 

JACK PICKFORD 

1922 
Garrison's Finish 
Valley of the Wolf 

1924 
The Hill Billy 
The End of the World 

1925 
Waking Up the Town 

1926 
•The Bat 

•Brown of Harvard 
•Exit Smiling 

MARY PICKFORD 

1922 
Tess of the Storm Country 

1923 
Rosita 

1924 
Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall 

1925 
Little Annie Rooney 

1926 
Sparrows 

WALTER PIDGEON 
1926 
•Old Loves and New 
•Marriage License 
•Mannequin 
•The Outsider 



Patsy 



ZASU PITTS 
1923 



•Monte Carlo 



1926 



•Early to Wed 
•Sunnyside Up 
•Her Big Night 
•Risky Business 
•Mannequin 

GUY BATES POST 
1922 
The Masquerader 
Omar the Tentmakcr 

1923 
Gold Madness 

WM. POWELL 
1926 
*Sea Horses 
•White Mice 
•Desert Gold 
•The Runaway 
•Aloma of the South Seas 
•Tin Gods 
•The Great Gatsby 
•Beau Geste 

TYRONE POWER 
1926 
•The Test of Donald Norton 
•Braveheart 
•Bride of the Storm 
•Out of the Storm 

MARIE PREVOST 
1922 

Moonlight Follies 

1923 
Don't Get Personal 
Dangerous Little Demon 
Her Night of Nights 
Kissed 

Nobody's Fool 
A Parisian Scandal 
Married Flapper 
The Beautiful and Damned 

1924 
Cornered 
*The Marriage Circle 

1925 
Bobbed Hair 
•Kiss Me Again 

1926 
The Cave Man 
Other Women's Husbands 
His Jazz Bride 
For Wives Only 
Almost a Lady 
Man Bait 

AILEEN PRINGLE 
1926 

•Soul Mates 
•The Wilderness Woman 
•The Great Deception 
•Tin Gods 

KATE PRICE 
1926 
•Cohens and Kelly s 
•Irene 

LUCIEN PRIVAL 

1926 
•The Great Deception 
•Just Another Blonde 
•Puppets 

ESTHER RALSTON 

1924 
•The Marriage Circle 

1925 
•Peter Pan 
•The Trouble with Wives 

1926 
•Kiss for Cinderella 
•Womanhandled 
•American Venus 
•The Blind Goddess 
•The Quarterback 
•Old Ironsides 

E. J. RADCLIFFE 

1926 
•Rolling Home 
•The Fighting Buckaroo 
•The Winning of Barbara Worth 



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United Artists 



384 



JOBYNA RALSTON 
1925 
•The Freshman 

1926 
*Sweet Daddies 
*For Heaven's Sake 
*Gigolo 

MARJORIE RAMBEAU 
1926 
"Syncopating Sue 

NATACHA RAMBOVA 
(Mrs. Rudolph Valentino) 
1926 
When Love Grows Cold 
ANDERS RANDOLF 
1926 
•The Black Pirate 
•Womanpower 
•Ranson's Folly 
•The Johnstown Flood 
•Loves of Sunya 

BASIL RATHBONE 
1926 
•The Great Deception 
•Loves of Sunya 
HERBERT RAWLINSON 
1922 
The Black Bag 
Cheated Hearts 
Man Under Cover 
The Millionaire 
The Scrapper 
Another Man's Shoes 
Confidence 
Don't Shoot 
One Wonderful Night 

1923 
Clean-Up 
Fools and Riches 
Nobody's Bride 
Prisoner 
Railroaded 
Scarlet Car 
Vtctor 

His Mystery Girl 
Million to Burn 

1924 
High Speed 
Stolen Secrets 
The Dancing Cheat 
Dark Stairways 
Jack O' Clubs 

1925 
The Man in Blue 
My Neighbor's Wife 

1926 
•Gilded Butterfly 
•Men of the Night 
•The Millionaire Policeman 
•Belle of Broadway 

ALLENE RAY 
1922 
The Way of a Man 

1923 
Ten Scars Make a Man 
The Fortieth Door 

1924 
Galloping Hoofs 
Sunken Silver 

1925 
Play Ball 
The Green Archer 
1926 
Snowed In 

CHARLES RAY 
1922 
Gas Oil or Water 
The Deuce of Spades 
Alias Julius Caesar 
The Barnstormer 
R. S. V. P. 
Two Minutes to Go 
Smudge 

Tailor-Made Man 
1923 
Courtship of Miles Standish 
Girl I Loved 

1924 
Dynamite Smith 



1925 

Percy 

Some Pun'kins 
Bright Lights 

1926 
•Auction Block 
•Paris 
•The Fire Brigade 

BOB REEVES 
1926 
Fighting Luck 
The Iron Fist 
The Narrow Escape 
Riding for Life 
A Desperate Chance 

MRS WALLACE REID 
1923 
Human Wreckage 
1924 
Broken Laws 

DOROTHY REVIER 
1926 
The Fate of a Flirt 
Enemy of Men 
•Poker Faces 
•The False Alarm 
•The Better Way 
•Stolen Pleasures 
•When the Wife's Away 
VERA REYNOLDS 
1926 
•Steel Preferred 
•Million Dollar Handicap 
•Silence 
Sunnyside Up 
Corporal Kate 
Risky Business 

IRENE RICH 
1924 
This Woman 

1925 
My Wife and I 
Compromise 
•Lady Windermere's Fan 

1926 
The Pleasure Buyers 
So This Is Paris 
•My Official Wife 
•The Honeymoon Express 
LILLIAN RICH 
1926 
•The Isle of Retributoin 
•Dancing Days 
•Braveheart 
•Ship of Souls 
•Whispering Smith 
•The Golden Web 
•Exclusive Rights 

WARNER RICHMOND 
1926 
•The Fire Brigade 
•Good and Naughty 

BERT ROACH 
1926 
•Money Talks 
•Tin Hats 
•Don't 

•That Certain Young Fellow 
JASON ROBARDS 
1926 
•Cohens and Kellys 
•Honeymoon Express 

EDITH ROBERTS 
192S 
On Thin Ice 

1926 
•The New Champion 
•The Taxi Mystery 
•The Mystery Club 
•Shameful Behavior 
The Jazz Girl 
The Road to Broadway 

THEODORE ROBERTS 
1923 
•Ten Commandments 

1926 
•The Cat's Pajamas 

MAY ROBSON 
1926 
•Pals in Paradise 

385 



JOHN ROCHE 
1925 
•Kiss Me Again 

1926 
•The Midnight Loveis 
•The Return of Peter Grimm 
•Her Big Night 
•The Man Upstairs 
CHARLES (Buddy) ROGERS 

1926 
•More Pay— Less Work 
•Fascinating Youth 
•So's Your Old Man 

GILBERT ROLAND 
1926 
•The Blonde Saint 

ANNE RORK 
1926 
•The Blonde Saint 

BUDDY ROOSEVELT 
1924 
Battling Buddy 
Rough Ridin' 
Walloping Wallace 
Biff Bang Buddy 
Rip Roarin' Roberts 

1925 
Reckless Courage 
Gold and Grit 

1926 
Hoodoo Ranch 
Tangled Herds 
Thundering Through 
Action Galore 
Galloping Jinx 
Twin Triggers 
Easy Going 
The Dangerous Dub 

ALMA RUBENS 
1924 
The Price She Paid 
1926 
•Gilded Butterfly 
•Siberia 

•Marriage License 
EVANGELINE RUSSELL 
1925 
•The Big Show 

WILLIAM RUSSELL 
1922 
The Strength of the Pines 
A Self-Made Man 
The Roof Tree 
Money to Burn 
The Men of Zanzibar 
Lady from Longacre 
Desert Blossoms 
The Great Night 
Mixed Faces 
The Crusader 

1923 
Alias the Nightwind 
Boston Blackie 
Crusader 
Good Bye Girls 
Man's Size 

Times Have Changed 
When Odds Are Even 
•Annie Christie 

1925 
Before Midnight 

1926 
•Still Alarm 
•The Blue Eagle 
•Wings of the Storm 

MILDRED RYAN 
1926 
•Then Came the Woman 
•The Broadway Boob 
•The Live Wire 

JOHN SAINPOLIS 
1926 
•The Lily 
•The Far Cry 

NELLY SAVAGE 
1926 
•Mismates 
•God Gave Me Twenty Cents 



JOSEPH SCHILDKRAUT 
1926 

•Shipwrecked 
*Meet the Prince 
* Young April 
'Orphans of the Storm 
RUDOLPH SCHILDKRAUT 

1926 
*Pals in Paradise 
*Young April 

MAURICE SCHWARZ 

1926 
*Broken Hearts 

TOM SANTSCHI 

1926 
*My Own Pal 
•Siberia 

*Hands Across the Border 
*No Man's Gold 
"Her Honor the Governor 
"Forlorn River 
"Three Bad Men 
*The Desert's Toll 

DOROTHY SEBASTIAN 

1926 
*You'd Be Surprised 

MARGARET SEDDON 

1926 
*A Regular Scout 
•Wild Oats Lane 
*His Jazz Bride 
•Rolling Home 

EILEEN SEDGWICK 

1926 
Lure of the West 
Thundering Speed 
Beyond All Odds 

ANDRES de SEGUROLA 

1926 
•Loves of Sunya 

EVELYN SELBIE 

1926 
•The Test of Donald Norton 
•Flame of the Argentine 



•Into Her Kingdom 
•Hell Bent for Heaven 
•Silken Shackles 

LARRY SEMON 

1924 
The Girl In the Limousine 

1925 
The Wizard of Oz 

1926 
Stop, Look and Listen 
The Perfect Clown 

EFFIE SHANNON 

1926 
•The Highbinders 

ETHEL SHANNON 

1926 
•The Sign of the Claw 
•The High Flyer 
•The Buckaroo Kid 
•Oh Baby 
•The Silent Power 

OSCAR SHAW 

1926 
•Upstage 

•paradise for Two 
'Subway Sadie 

NORMA SHEARER 

1923 
Clouded Name 

1924 
He Who Gets Slapped 

1925 
•His Secretary 

1926 
The Waning Sex 
Upstage 
The Devil's Circus 

LOWELL SHERMAN 

1925 
Satan in Sables 

1926 
•Reckless Lady 
•The Love Toy 
•The Wilderness Woman 



•You Never Know Women 
•Lost at Sea 

REGINALD SHEFFIELD 

1926 
•The Pinch-Hitter 

J. BARNEY SHERRY 

1926 
*Tlie Brown Derby 
•The Spider Web 

NORMA SHEARER 

1924 
He Who Gets Slapped 

1925 
"His Secretary 

ANTRIM SHORT 

1926 
•The Broadway Boob 
•Jack O'Hearts 

LEE SHUMWAY 

1926 
•The Bat 

•The Handsome Bride 
•The Sign of the Claw 
•One Minute to Play 
•Whispering Canyon 
•The Checkered Flag 
•Price of Success 

GEORGE SIDNEY 

1926 
•Partners Again 
•Cohens and Kelly s, The 
•The Prince of Pilsen 
•Sweet Daddies 
•Millionaires 
•The Auctioneer 

GEORGE SIEGMANN 

1926 
*The Midnight Sun 
•Poker Faces 
•Born to the Wfest 
•The Palace of Pleasure 
•Carnival Girl 
•My Old Dutch 
•Hotel Imperial 



ROBERT P. KERR 

—DIRECTOR— 



386 



MILTON SILLS 
1923 

Why Women Re-Marry 

1924 
*The Sea Hawk 

1925 
The Unguarded Hour 
The Knockout 
As Man Desires 

192e 
The Silent Lover 
Paradise 
Puppets 
Men of Steel 

RUSSELL SIMPSON 

1926 
*Rustling for Cupid 
*Lovey Mary 
*Ship of Souls 

PHILLIPS SMALLEY 

1926 
*Money Talks 
*The Taxi Mystery 
*Soul Mates 
*Queen of Diamonds 

FORREST STANLEY 

1926 
Forest Havoc 
•Dancing Days 
*The Fate of a Flirt 

WYNDHAM STANDING 

1926 
*The Canadian 

PAULINE STARKE 

1925 
Bright Lights 

1926 
•Honesty — the Best Policy 
*Love's Blindness 
*War Paint 

MYRTLE STEDMAN 

1926 
•Far Cry 

•The Prince of Pilsen 
•Don Juan's Three Nights 
*:Man in the Shadow 

FORD STERLING 

1926 
•Stranded in Paris 
•Mike 

•American Venus 
•Miss Brewster's Millions 
•The Road to Glory 
•Good and Naughty 
•The Show Oft 
•Everybody's Acting 

ANITA STEWART 

1926 
•Rustling for Cupid 
•The Lodge in the Wilderness 
•Morganson's Finish 
•Whispering Wires 
•The Prince of Pilsen 

ROY STEWART 

1922 
Back to the Yellow Jacket 
The Innocent Cheat 
Life's Greatest Question 
A Motion to Adjourn 
One Eighth Apache 

1923 
Burning Words 
Love Brand 

1926 
The Lady from Hell 
General Custer at Little Big 

Horn 
Kit Carson Over the Great 

Divide 
BuiTalo Bill On the U. P. Trail 
Daniel Boone Thru the Wilder- 
ness 

LEWIS STONE 

1925 
The Talker 

1926 
•Too Much Money 
•Girl from Montmartre 
•Old Loves and New 



•Don Juan's Three Nights 
*The Midnight Lover 
•The Blonde Saint 
•The Lost World 

RUTH STONEHOUSE 

1926 
•Ermine and Rhinestones 
PHILIP STRANGE 

1926 
•The Ace of Cads 
•The Popular Sin 

WILLIAM H. STRAUSS 

1926 
•Pi-ivate Izzy Murphy 

BILLY SULLIVAN 

1925 
The Fear Fighter 
The Goat Getter 

1926 
The Windjammer 
Rapid Fire Romance 
Stick to Your Story 
The Winner 
One Punch O'Day 
The Gallant Fool 
The Heart of a Coward 
The Speed Cop 
Broadway Billy 
Fighting Fate 
Fighting Thorobreads 
Speed Crazed 

GLORIA SWANSON 

1922 
Beyond the Rocks 
Don't Tell Everything 
Her Husband's Trademark 
Under the Lash 
Impossible Mrs. Bellew 
Her Gilded Cage 

1923 
Bluebeard's Eighth Wife 
My American Wife 
Prodigal Daughters 
Zaza 

1924 
Her Love Story 
The Humming Bird 
Manhandled 
A Society Scandal 
Wages of Virtue 

1925 
The Coast of Folly 
Stage Struck 
Madame Sans Gene 

1926 
The Untamed Lady 
Fine Manners 
*Loves of Sunya 

MACK SWAIN 

1925 
*The Gold Rush 

1626 
•Jbanez Torrent 
•Whispering Wires 
•Hands Up 

BLANCHE SWEET 

1923 
•Annie Christie 

1926 
The Lady from Hell 
•Bluebeard's Seven Wives 
*Far Cry 
•Diplomacy 

JOSEF SWICKARD 

1926 
•Senor Daredevil 
•Whispering Canyon 
•Don Juan 
CONSTANCE TALMADGE 

1922 
Polly of the Follies 
Woman's Place 
The Primitive Lover 
East Is West 

1923 
Dulcy 
Dangerous Maid 

1924 
Her Night of Romance 

387 



The Goldfish 

1925 
Learning to Love 
Her Sister from Paris 

1926 
The Duchess of Buffalo 

NORMA TALMADGE 

1922 
Tlie Eternal Flame 
Love's Redemption 
Smilin' Through 
The Wonderful Thing 

1923 
Ashes of Vengeance 
Voice from the Minaret 
Within the Law 
Song of Love 

1924 
Secrets 
The Only Woman 

1925 
The Lady 
Graustark 

1926 
Kiki 

RICHARD TALMADGE 

1922 
The Unknown 
Watch Him Step 
Taking Chances 
The Cub Reporter 
Wildcat Jordan 
Putting It Over 

1923 
Danger Ahead 
Luck Dan 
Speed King 
Through tne Flames 
Let's Go 

1924 
American Manners 
In Fast Company 
Hail the Hero 

1925 
Tearing Through 
Youth and Adventure 
Laughing at Danger 
Jimmie's Millions 
Fighting Demon 
The Isle of Hope 
Wall St. Whizz 

1926 
The Prince of Pep 
The Broadway Gallant 
The Night Patrol 
The Blue Streak 
The Better Man 

LILYAN TASHMAN 

1926 
•Rocking Moon 
•Siberia 

•Whispering Smith 
•Love's Blindness 
•For Alimony Only 
•So This Is Paris 
•Skyrocket . „„ 

ALMA TAYLOR 

1924 
The Mist in the V-iJ'ev 
ESTELLE TAYLOR 

1924 
•Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall 

1925 
Manhattan Madness 

1926 
•Don Tuan 

LAURETTE TAYLOR 

1922 
Peg O* My Heart 

1924 
Happiness 
One Night in Rome 

CONWAY TEARLE 

1926 
•Dancing Mothers 
*The Dancer of Paris 
•The Greater Glory 
*^[v Official Wife 
The Sporting Lover 



OLIVE TELL 
1926 

"Womanhandled 
"Summer Bachelors 

LOU TBLLEGEN 

1926 
•The Outsider 
"Siberia 
*Womanpower 
•Three Bad Men 
•Silver Treasure 

ALICE TERRY 

1926 
•Mare Nostrum 
•The Magician 

ETHEL GRAY TERRY 

1926 
•Hard Boiled 
•The Love Toy 

FRED THOMSON 

1924 
The Silent Stranger 
The Dangerous Coward 
The Fighting Sap 
Galloping Gallagher 
North of Nevada 
Thundering Hoofs 
Quemado 

1925 
The Wild Bull's Lair 
The Bandit's Baby 
That Devil Quemado 
Ail Around Frying Pan 
Ridin' the Wind 

1926 
The Tough Guy 
The Two Gun Man 
Lone Hand Sanders 
A Regular Scout 
Hands Across the Border 
KENNETH THOMSON 

1926 
•Corporal Kate 
•Main Bait 



EDITH THORNTON 

1925 
Fair Play 
Was It Bigamy? 

WM. TILDEN 

1926 
•The Highbinders 

THELMA TODD 

1926 
•Fascinating Youth 

DAVID TORRENCE 

1926 
•The Other Woman's Story 
•Brown of Harvard 
•The Isle of Retribution 
•Laddie 
•Racewild 
•Man in the Shadow 

ERNEST TORRENCE 

1922 
♦Tol'able David 

1923 
•The Covered Wagon 

1926 
•The Blind Goddess 
•The Rainmaker 
•Mantrap 

•The Lady of the Harem 
RICHARD TRAVERS 

1922 
Dawn of Revenge 

1926 
•The Dangerous Dude 

NORMAN TREVOR 

1926 
•Song and Dance Man 
•Dancing Mothers 
•The Ace of Cads 
•Beau Geste 

RICHARD TUCKER 

1926 
•Shameful Behavior 
•Devils Island 
•Lure of the Wild 



•That's My Baby 
•The Blind Goddess 
•The Lily 

GENE TUNNEY 

1926 
The Fighting Marine 

BEN TURPIN 

1923 
Shreik of Araby 

1926 
•Steel Preferred 

TOM TYLER 

1926 
The Masquerade Bandit 
The Cowboy Musketeer 
Born to Battle 
The Arizona Streak 
Red Hot Hoofs 
Out of the West 
Wild to Go 
RODOLPH VALENTINO 

1922 
The Sheik 
Blood and Sand 
The Young Rajah 

1924 
Monsieur Beaucaire 
A Sainted Devil 
Cobra 
The Eagle 

1926 
The Son of the Sheik 

VIRGINIA VALLI 

1924 
The Signal Tower 
K — the Unknown 
A Lady of Quality 

1925 
Siege 

The Price of Pleasure 
Up the Ladder 

1926 
Watch Your Wife 
•The Family Upstairs 



FRED HUMES 

Universal Western 
STAR 

Season of 1926~Series of eight 
including 

''The Duke of Black Biittes' ' 
"Smiling Sam" 
''Yellow Back'^ 
''Loco Weeds'' 
"True Blue'' 



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•Flames 
"Pleasure Garden 

VOLA VALE 
1926 
*The Sky Pirate 

VICTOR VARCONI 
1926 
*Volga Boatman 
•Silken Shackles 
•For Wives Only 

ALBERTA VAUGHN 
1926 
Ain't Love Funny 
Adorable Deceiver 

HENRY VIBART 
1926 
•The Prince of Tempters 
•The Wilderness Woman 
HENRY VICTOR 
1926 
•The Fourth Commandment 
FLORENCE VIDOR 
1922 
The Real Adventure 
Woman Wake Up 
Dusk to Dawn 

1923 
Alice Adams 
Conquering the Woman 

1924 
The Mirage 
Borrowed Husbands 
The Flaming Forties 
*The Marriage Circle 

1925 
•Trouble with Wives 

1926 
You Never Know Women 
•Enchanted Hill 

•Grand Duchess and the Waiter 
•Sea Horses 
•The Eagle of the Sea 
•The Popular Sin 
THEODORE VON ELTZ 
1926 
•Queen of Diamonds 
•Red Kimona 
•Laddie 

•His New York Wife 
•Red Heads Preferred 

GUSTAVE VON 
SEYFFERTITZ 
1926 
•Red Dice 
•The Dice Woman 
•Diplomacy 
•Sparrows 

•Unknown Treasures 
•The Bells 

•Private Izzy Murphy 
•The Lone Wnlf Returns 
•The Danger Girl 
•Going Crooked 

ETHEL WALES 
1923 
•The Covered W^agon 

1926 
•Made for Love 

JOHNNY WALKER 
1922 
Extra Extra 
The Tolt 
My toad 
In the Name of the Law 

1923 
Captain Fly-by-Night 
Fourth Musketeer 
Shattered Reputations 

1924 
Stepping Lively 

1926 
•Transcontinental Limited 
•The Earth Woman 
•Honesty — The Best Policy 
•Old Ironsides 
•Morganson's Finish 
•Lightning Reporter 
•Wolves of the Air 



CHARLOTTE WALKER 
1926 
*The Savage 

WALLY WALES 
1926 
Vanishing Hoofs 
Tearin' Loose 
Riding Rivals 
Double Daring 
Twisted Triggers 
The Fighting Cheat 
Roaring Rider 
Galloping On 
The Hurricane Horseman 
GEORGE WALSH 
1925 
American Pluck 

1926 
•The Count of Luxembourg 
The Prince of Broadway 
The Kick-Ofl 

The Test of Donald Norton 
A Man of Quality 
Striving for Fortune 

HENRY B. WALTHALL 
1926 
'Three Faces East 
•The Road to Mandalay 
•The Barrier 
•Everybody's Acting 
•The Scarlet Letter 
•The Ice Flood 
•Kit Carson Over the Great 

Divide 
•The Unknown Soldier 

WARWICK WARD 
1926 
•Variety 

H, B. WARNER 
1926 
•Whispering Smith 
•Silence 

BRYANT WASHBURN 
1926 
"Wet Paint 
•The Sky Pirate 
Sitting Bull at Spirit Lake 

Massacre 
•The Sky Pirate 
•Meet the Prince 

WEBER AND FIELDS 
1925 
Friendly Enemies 

PAUL WEGENER 
1926 
•The Magician 

NILES WELCH 
1926 
•Ermine and Rhinestones 
•In Borrowed Plumes 
*The Spider Webs 

PEARL WHITE 
1924 
Parisian Nights 

1925 
Perils of Paris 

GAYNE WHITMAN 
1926 
•Oh I What a Nurse 
•The Love Toy 
•The Night Cry 
•His Jazz Bride 
•Hell-Bent fer Heaven 
•A Woman's Heart 
•Exclusive Rights 
•Stolen Pleasures 
•Wolves of the Air 

LLOYD WHITLOCK 
1926 
•The New Champion 
•The Fighting Buckaroo 
•The Man in the Saddle 
•Paradise 
•Too Much Money 

BIG BOY WILLIAMS 
1922 
Western Firebrands 
Trail of Hate 
Across the Border 

389 



Blaze Away 
Rounding Up the Law 

1923 
Freshie 

End of the Rope 
Cyclone Jones 

1925 
Red Blood and Blue 
Whistling Jim 

EARLE WILLIAMS 
1922 
Bring Him In 
Man from Downing Street 
Restless Souls 
Fortune's Mask 
You Never Know 
1926 
•Ancient Mariner 
•Diplomacy 
•You'd Be Surprised 
•Skyrocket 

BEN WILSON 
1926 
Tonio Son of the Sierras 
The Baited Trap 
West of the Law 
The Sheriff's Girl 
Wolves of the Desert 

LOIS WILSON 
1923 
•The Covered Wagon 

1925 
•The Thundering Herd 
•The Vanishing American 
*The Pony Express 
•Irish Luck 

1926 
•Bluebeard's Seven Wives 
•Let's Get Married 
•The Show-Off 
•The Great Gatsby 

CHARLES WINNINGER 
1926 
•The Canadian 
•Summer Bachelors 

CLAIRE WINDSOR 
1926 
•Dance Madness 
•Money Talks 
"Tin Hats 

JANE WINTON 
1926 
•Don Juan 
•Across the Pacific 
•Why Girls Go Back Home 
•Honeymoon Express 
•Passionate Quest 

LOUIS WOLHEIM 
1926 
•Lover's Island 

DOROTHEA WOLBERT 
1926 
•pleasures of the Rich 
•The College Book 
HELEN LEE WORTHING 
1926 
•The Other Woman's Story 
•Watch Your Wife 
•Lew Tyler's Wives 

FAY WRAY 
1926 
•Wild Horse Stampede 

EDITH YORKE 
1926 
•His New York Wife 
•Rustler's Ranch 
•The Heart of a Coward 
• Belle of Brnadwav 
CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG 
1922 
What No Man Knows 
F.nter Madame 
The Hands of Nara 

1923 
Wife's Romance 
Woman of Bronze 
Cordelia the Magnificent 

1925 
Lying Wives 



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Releases of National Distributors in 1926 

■pEATURE PRODUCTIONS released during 1926, arranged according to distributors, 
■*• are recorded in the list below. The release dates of most of the pictures also appear. 
This information is published exactly as presented by the distributor. Feature releases 
of independent distributors are on pages 418 and 419. If the star, director, footage or 
review date of any of the following pictures is desired, consult "The Year's Productions, 
an alphabetical record of feature films released during 1926, beginning on page 35. 



ASSOCIATED EXHIBITORS 



Release 
Date 



Release 
Date 



Title 



Title 



Jan. 3 — ^Hearts and Fists 

Jan. 7 — The Lady from Hell 

Jan. 24 — Shadow of the Law 

Jan. 31 — White Mice 

Feb. 7— Ship of Souls 

Feb. 14 — The Stcyrocket 

Feb. 21— Two Can Play 

Feb. 28 — Tlie Miracle of Life 

l/ar. 21— The Higiibinders 

Mar. 28 — Nutcracker 

Apr. 4 — The Earth Woman 

Apr. 11— The Big Sliow 

Apr. 17— The Unfair Sex 

Apr. 25 — The Broadway Boob 

May 16 — The Galloping Cowboy 

May 23 — Rawhide 

June — None 

July 4 — The Dangerous Dub 

July 11 — Twisted Triggers 

July 18 — Bonanza Buckaroo 

July 18 — The Carnival Girl 

July 25 — Code of the Northwest 

July 25— The Flying Mail 

July 25— The Hidden Way 

Aug. — None 

Sept. 9 — Flames 

Oct. — None 

Nov. 7 — King of the Saddle 

Nov. 21 — -Ramblin' Galoot 

Nov. 28 — Ace of Action 

Dec. — None 

FAMOUS PLAYERS-LASKY CORP. 

Jan. 4 — The Splendid Crime 

Jan. 11 — Mannequin 

Jan. 11 — Hands Up 

Jan. 18 — The Enchanted Hill 

Jan. 25 — The American Venus 

Feb. 1 — The Wanderer 

Feb. 8 — The Grand Duchess and the Waiter 

Feb. 8 — The Song and Dance Man 

Feb. 15 — The Vanishing American 

Feb. 22 — Moana 

Feb. 22 — Behind the Front 

Mar, 1 — Dancing Mothers 

Mar. 8 — Sea Horses 

Mar. 15 — The New Klondike 

Mar. 22 — The Untamed Lady 

Mar. 22 — Miss Brewster's Millions 

Mar. 29 — Let's Get Married 

Mar. 29 — A Social Celebrity 

Apr. 5^The Runaway 

Apr. 5 — For Heaven's Sake 

Apr. 12 — The Crown of Lies 

Apr. 12 — The Blind Goddess 

Apr. 19 — That's My Baby 

Apr. 19— Desert Gold 

Apr. 26 — The Lucky Lady 

May 3 — Wet Paint 

May 10 — The Rainmaker 

May 17— The Palm Beach Girl 

May 24 — It's the Old Army Game 

May 24 — The Secret Spring 

May 31 — Say It Again 

June 7 — Good and Naughty 



June 14- -Born to the West 

June 21 — Grass 

June 28— Volcano 

July — None 

Aug. 2 — Aloma of the South Seas 

Aug. 9 — Padlocked 

Aug. 16 — ^Fine Manners 

Aug. 16— The Show Off 

Aug. 23 — Fascinating Youth 

Aug. 30 — Mantrap 

Sept. 6 — Tin Gods 

Sept. 13 — Variety 

Sept. 13 — ^Nell Gwyn 

Sept. 20 — Diplomacy 

Sept. 20 — You Never Know Women 

Sept. 27 — Forlorn River 

Sept. 27 — Hold That Lion 

Oct. 4 — Kid Boots 

Oct. 4 — You'd Be Surprised 

Oct. 4 — The Campus El'rt 

Oct. 11 — Ace of Cads 

Oct. 11 — The Quarterback 

Oct. 18 — The Eagle of the Sea 

Oct. 25— So's Your Old Man 

Nov. 1 — Lady of the Harem 

Nov. 8 — The Great Gatsby 

Nov. 8 — Everybody's Acting 

Nov. IS — The Cat's Pajamas 

Nov. 22 — We're In the Navy Now 

Nov. 22— The Popular Sin 

Dec. 6 — The Canadian 

Dec. 6 — Love 'Em and Leave 'Em 

Dec. 13 — ^Stranded in Paris 

Dec. 20 — Man of the Forest 

Dec. 27 — ^The Waiter from the Ritz 

FILM BOOKING OFFICES 

Jan. 3 — Flaming Waters 

Jan. 10 — Man Rustlin' 

Jan. 17— The Traffic Cop 

Jan. 24 — The Queen of Diamonds 

Jan. 24 — Born to Battle 

Jan. 31 — The Blue Streak 

Jan. 31 — 'When Love Grows Cold 

Feb. 7 — The Tough Guy 

Feb. 21 — Beyond the Rockies 

Feb. 28— The King of the Turf 

Mar. 7 — Secret Orders 

Mar. 14 — The Night Patrol 

Mar. 21 — The Arizona Streak 

Mar. 28— The Non Stop Flight 

Apr. 4 — The Fighting Boob 

Apr. 11 — Sir Lumberjack 

Apr. 18 — The Impostor 

Apr. 18— Wild to Go 

Apr. 25 — The Broadway Gallant 

Apr. 25 — The Isle of Retribution 

May 1 — Hands Across the Sea 

May 16 — The Valley of Bravery 

May 23 — A Poor Girl's Romance 

May 23 — Glenister of the Mounted 

May 30 — The Jade Cup 

May 30 — The Masquerade Bandit 

June 6 — The Better Man 



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June 13— The Two Gun Man 

June 27 — The Dead Line 

July 11 — The Flame of the Argentine 

Aug. 15 — Bigger Than Barnum's 

Aug. 15— The College Boob 

Sept. 5 — Flashing Fangs 

Sept. 5 — Kosher Kitty Kelly 

Sept. 12 — One Minute to Play 

Sept. 12 — Going the Limit 

Sept. 19 — Hair Trigger Baxter 

Sept. 26 — Laddie 

Sept. 26 — Lone Hand Sanders 

Oct. 10 — Out of the West 

Oct. 17 — Her Honor the Governor 

Oct. 24 — Adorable Deceiver 

Oct. 31— The Dude Cowboy 

Nov. 7 — Breed of the Sea 

Nov. 7— Is That Nice 

Nov. 28 — Bred in Old Kentucky 

Dec. 5 — Rose of the Tenements 

Dec. 5 — Flaming Fury 

Dec. 12— The Border Whirlwind 

Dec. 19 — Aint Love Funny 

Dec. 20— Red Hot Hoofs 

FIRST NATIONAL 

Jan. 3 — Too Much Money 

Jan. 10 — Just Suppose 

Jan. 17 — Memory Lane 

Jan. 24 — The Reckless Lady 

Jan. 31 — The Girl from Montmartre 

Feb. 7 — RainbowRiley 

Feb. 14— The Far Cry 

Feb. 21 — Irene 

Feb. 28— The Dancer of Paris 

Mar. 7 — Tramp, Tramp, Tramp 

Mar. 14 — High Steppers 

Mar. 21 Mademoiselle Modiste 

Mar. 28 — Her Second Chance 

Apr. 4— Kiki 

Apr. 11 — Old Loves and New 

May 16 — The Wilderness Woman 

May 23— The Wise Guy 

May 30 — Ranson's Folly 

June 6 — Ella Cinders 

June 13 — ^Sweet Daddies 

June 20 — The Sporting Lover 

June 27 — Miss Nobody 

July 4 — The Brown Derby 

July 11 — Puppets 

July 18 — The Savage 

July 25 — The Great Deception 

Aug. 1 — Senor Daredevil 

Aug. 8 — Pals First 

Aug. 15 — Into Her Kingdom 

Aug. 22 — It Must Be Love 

Aug. 29 — The Amateur Gentleman 

Sept. 5 — The Duchess of Buffalo 

Sept. 12 — ^Subway Sadie 

Sept. 19— The Strong Man 

Sept. 26 — Paradise 

Oct. 3 — Don Juan's Three Nights 

Oct. 10 — Mismates 

Oct. 17 — The Prince of Tempters 

Oct. 24 — Forever After 

Oct. 31 — Syncopating Sue 

Nov. 7 — Midnight Lovers 

Nov. 14 — The Unknown Cavalier 

Nov. 14 — ^Stepping Along 

Nov. 21 — The Silent Lover 

Nov. 28 — Twinkle Toes 

Dec. 5 — The Blonde Saint 

Dec. 12— The White Black Sheep 

Dec. 19 — Junst Another Blonde 

Dec. 26 — Ladies At Play 

Special: The Greater Glory 

Special: Men of Steel 

FOX FILM CORP. 

Jan. 3— The Gilded Butterfly 
Jan. 10 — Palace of Pleasure 
Jan. 10 — The Yankee Senor 



Jan. 17 — The Outsider 

Jan. 24— The First Year 

Jan. 31 — The Cowboy and The Countess 

Feb. 7— The Road to Glory 

Feb. 28 — The John.stown Flood 

Feb. 28— My Own Pal 

Mar. 7 — The Dixie Merchant 

Mar. 14 — Hell's Four Hundred 

Mar. 21 — Yellow Fingers 

Mar. 28 — Siberia 

Apr. 4 — The Fighting Bunckaroo 

Apr. 11 — Sandy 

Apr. 11 — Rustling for Cupid 

Apr. 18— Tony Runs Wild 

Apr. 25 — ^Early to Wed 

May 2 — The Shamrock Handicap 

May 9 — A Man Four Square 

May 30 — Black Paradise 

June 6— A Trip to Chinatown 

June 6 — -Hard Boiled 

June 13 — Silver Treasure 

June 27 — The Gentle Cyclone 

July 4 — More Pay — Less Work 

Aug. 8 — Honesty the Best Policy 

Aug. 22 — Fig Leaves 

Aug. 29 — The Family" Upstairs 

Aug. 29 — No Man's Gold 

Sept. 5 — Marriage License 

Sept. 5 — The Flying Horseman 

Sept. 12— The Blue Eagle 

Sept. 19 — Womanpower 

Sept. 26—3 Bad Men 

Oct. 3— The Lily 

Oct. 10— The Midnight Kiss 

Oct. 17 — The Country Beyond 

Oct. 17— The Great K & A Train Robbery 

Oct. 24 — ^Whispering Wires 

Oct. 31 — 30 Below Zero 

Nov. 7 — Return of Peter Grimm 

Nov. 14— The City 

Nov. 21 — Going Crooked 

Nov. 28 — Wings of the Storm 

Dec. 5 — Canyon of Light 

Dec. 12 — ^Mother Machree 

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4 — Dance Madness 

11 — Blackbird 

1 — Auction Block 

8— Ibanez' Torrent 

22— DevH's Circus 

1 — Monte Carlo 

8— The Barrier 

22 — Beverly of Graustark 

28 — The Exquisite Sinner 

5 — Brown of Harvard 

12 — Mike 

26 — Money Talks 

Certain Young Man 
7— The Boob 
24 — Paris 
31 — Lovey Mary 
28 — Road to Mandalay, The 
—None 
29 — Mare Nostrum 
5 — The Waning Sex 
12 — The Wahz Dream 
19 — Battling Butler 
26 — Blarney 
3 — The Temptress 
10 — War Paint 
17— T^a Boheme 
17 — The Gay Deceiver 
24 — The Magician 
31 — The Boy Friend 
7 — Upstage 
14 — Exit Smiling 
14 — The Desert's Toll 
21 — Flaming Forest 
28 — Tin Hats 
28 — There You are 



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4 — Faust 
11 — Valencia 
18 — Flesh and the Devil 
25 — Understanding Heart 

PATHE EXCHANGE, INC. 

1 — Stop, Look and Listen 
21— Driftin' Thru 
14 — The Bar-C Mystery 
18— The Seventh Bandit 

20 — The Frontier Trail 

15 — Satan Town 

12 — Devil Horse 

12— The High Hand 
10 — Atta Boy 
17 — Alaskan Adventures 
24 — The Fighting Marine 
14 — The Outlaw Express 



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PRODUCERS DISTRIBUTING CORP. 

Jan. 3 — Steel Preferred 

Jan. 10 — Rocking Moon. 

Jan. 17 — Braveheart 

Jan, 24 — Fifth Avenue 

Jan. 31— The Danger Girl 

Feb. 7 — The Million Dollar Handicap 

Feb. 14 — Made for Love 

Feb. 28 — Wild Oats Lane 

Mar. 14 — Red Dice 

UNITED ARTISTS CORP. 

(No Release — 
Dates) 

The Bat 

The Beloved Rogue 

The Black Pirate 

The General 

The Only Way 

Partners Again 

The Son of the Sheik 

Sparrows 

Stella Dallas 

Sunya 

The Winning of Barbara Worth 

UNIVERSAL PICTURES 

Jan. 3 — The Little Giant 

Jan. 10 — Arizona Sweepstakes 

Jan; 17— Stella Maris 

Jan. 24 — Western Pluck 

Jan. 31 — What Happened to Jones 

Jan. 31 — The Demon 

Feb. 7 — Under Western Skies 

Feb. 14 — The Desperate Game 

Feb. 21— The Beautiful Cheat 

Feb. 28— The Cohens & Kellys 

Feb. 28— Sky High Corral 

Mar. 7 — Six Shootin' Romance 

Mar. 14 — Chip of the Flying U 

Mar. 21 — Blue Blazes 

Mar. 28 — Combat 

Apr. 4 — Watch Your Wife 

Apr. 11 — Rustler's Ranch 

Apr. 18 — Skinner's Dress Suit 

Apr. 25— The Border Sheriff 

May 2— The Still Alarm 

May 2 — Chasing Trouble 

May 9 — The Phantom Bullet 

May 16 — The Set Up 

May 23— My Old Dutch 

May 30 — Looking for Trouble 

June 6 — The Escape 

June 13 — The Love Thief 

June 20 — The Scrappin' Kid 

June 27 — Rolling Home 

July 7 — The Fighting Peacemaker 

July 11 — The Man in the Saddle 

July 18— Bucking the Truth 

July 25— The Terror 

Aug. — None 

'Sept. 5 — Wild Horse Stampede 

Sept. 5 — Poker Faces 

Sept. 12 — The Flaming Frontier 

Sept. 12 — The Marriage Clause 

Sept. 19— The Riding Rascal 



Sept. 26 — The Texas Streak 

Oct. 3— The Yellow Back 

Oct. 10— Take It From Me 

Oct. 10 — The Runaway Express 

Oct. 17— Red Hot Leather 

Oct. 24 — The Old Soak 

Oct. 31 — The Man from the West 

Nov. 7 — Spangles 

Nov. 14 — The Midnight Sun 

Nov. 21 — Prowlers of the Night 

Nov. 28— The Buckaroo Kid 

Dec. S— Her Big Night 

Dec. 12 — Lazy Lightning 

Dec. 19 — Prisoners of the Storm 

Dec. 25— The Whole Town's Talking 

Dec. 26— The Stolen Ranch 

WARNER BROTHERS 

Jan. 8 — The Fighting Edge 

Jan. IS — His Jazz Bride 

Jan. 15— The Sea Beast 

Jan. 22 — The Man Upstairs 

Jan. 30 — The Golden Cocoon 

Feb. 6— The Cave Man 

Feb. 13— The Love Toy 

Feb. 20 — Bride of the Storm 

Feb. 27— The Night Cry 

Mar. 6— The Little Irish Girl 

Mar. 13— The Gilded Highway 

Mar. 17 — Other Women's Husbands 

Mar. 20— The Sap 

Mar. 20— Oh What a Nurse 

Mar. 24 — Three Weeks in Paris 

Mar. 27— Why Girls Go Back Home 

Apr. — None 

May 1 — Hell Bent Fer Heaven 

May 14— Silken Shackles 

May 15 — The Social Highwayman 

June 19 — The Footloose Widow 

July 17 — The Passionate Quest 

July 24 — Hero of the Big Snows 

July 31— So This Is Paris 

Aug. 9 — The Honeymoon Express 

Aug. 14 — Broken Hearts of Hollywood 

Sept. — None 

Oct. 2 — Across the Pacific 

Oct. 16— My Official Wifes 

Oct. 30 — Private Izzy Murphy 

Nov. 13 — Millionaires 

Nov. 27 — While London Sleeps 

Dec. 11— The Third Degree 

Dec. 25 — Finger Prints 

Special — The Better 'Ole 

Mar. 21 — Forbidden Waters 

Mar. 28 — Whispering Smith 

Apr. 4 — The Volga Boatman 

Apr. 11 — Paris At Midnight 

Apr. 25 — Silence 

May 2 — The Prince of Pilsen 

May 9 — Shipwrecked 

May 30 — The Unknown Soldier 

June 13 — Eve's Leaves 

June 20 — Up In Mabel's Room 

June 27 — The Dice Woman 

July 4 — Bachelor Brides 

July 26— The Sea Wolf 

Aug. 2 — Sunnyside Up 

Aug. 9 — Meet the Prince 

Aug. 16 — The Last Frontier 

Aug. 23— Her Man O'War 

Aug. 30 — Flame of the Yukon 

6 — The Clinging Vine 

13 — The Speeding Venus 

21— Gigolo 

27 — Almost a Lady 

I — Risky Business 
Oct. 11 — Young April 
Oct. 18 — Weft of Broadway 
Nov. 1 — The Nervous Wreck 
Nov. 8 — For Alimony Only 
Nov. 15 — For Wives Only 
Nov. 22 — Pals in Paradise 
Dec. 6 — Corporal Kate 
Dec. 13 — The Cruise of the Jasper B. 
Dec. 27 — Man Bait 



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The Short Subject Field 



Stars and Featured Players 

(Studio Addresses Will Be Found on Page 401) 

Adams, Jimmie— Comedies for Educational. 
Alt, Al — Radiant Comedies. 

Arthur, Johnny — Tuxedo Comedies, Educational. 
Bacon, Irving — Mack Sennett Prod, for Pathe. 
Bailey, William Norton — "Melting Millions" (ser- 
ial) for Pathe. 
Baker, Eddie — In comedies of Christie Film Corp. 
Barrett, Bonnie — ^Juvenile Comedies, Educational. 
Beal, Frank — Van Bibber Series for Fox. 
Bennett, Mickey — Hal Roach Prod. (Pathe), Boy's 

Adventure Series (Artclass). 
"Bif? Boy" — Juvenile Comedies for Educational. 
Blaisdell, Bill — In comedies of Christie Film Corp. 
Bradley, Estelle — Hamilton Comedies, Educational. 
Brooke, Tyler— Hal Roach Prod, for Pathe. 
Burke, Johnny — Mack Sennett Prod, for Pathe. 
Burns, Edward — "On Guard" (serial) for Pathe. 
Burns, Neal — In comedies of Christie Film Corp. 
Burns, Robert — "Melting Millions" (serial), Pathe. 
Calvender, Glen — Mermaid Comedies, Educational. 
Chadwick, Helene — Roach Star Series, Pathe. 
Chase, Charley — Charley Chase Series for Pathe." 

Clair, Ethlyne — "The Newlyweds" for Stern 

Bros. 
Clyde, Andy — Mack Sennett Prod, for Pathe. 
Cobb, Edmund — Mustang Westerns, for Universal. 
Conley, Lige — Imperial Comedies for Fox. 
Cook, Al — Bill Grimm's Progress for F.B.O. 

Daniels, Thelma — Mike & Ike Comedies for Stern 
Bros. 

Daugherty, Jack — "The Fire Fighters", Universal. 

Davidson, Max, Pathe. 

Davis, George — Cameo & Mermaid Comedies for 

Educational. 
D'Avril, Yola — Billy Dooley Comedies, Educational. 
Day, Alice — Mack Sennett Series for Pathe. 

Desmond, William — "Return of Tne Riddle Rider" 
(serial) for Universal. 

De Weil, Gus — "Crimson Flash" (serial) for Pathe. 

Dooley, Billy — ^Billy Dooley Comedies, Educational. 

Dorety, Charles — Mike & Ike Comedies for Stern 
Bros. 

Duflfy, Jack — In comedies of Christie Film Corp. 

Duncan, Bud — Cameo Comedies for Educational. 

Dunham, Phil — Cameo and Mermaid Comedies. 

Eason, Lorrain — "Wisecrackers" for F.B.O. 

Edwards, Neilly — Blue Bird Comedies, Universal. 
Engel, Billy — Jimmie Adams Comedies, Educational. 

Ferris, Audrey — Cameo Comedies for Educational. 

Finlayson, Jimmy — Hal Roach Prod, for Pathe. 

Foster, Helen — Tuxedo Comedies for Educational. 

Fox, Earle — Van Bibber Series for Fox. 

Gallagher, "Toy" — Cameo Comedies, Educational. 

Gardner, Mary — "Crimson Flash" (serial), Pathe. 

Garvin, Anita — ^Tuxedo Comedies for Educational. 

Gibson, Etblyn — Winnie Winkle Series, Artclass. 

Gilbert, Billy— Mack Sennett Prod, for Pathe. 

Gilbert, Eugenia — "The Crimson Flash" (serial) 
for Pathe. 

Gilbert. Florence — -Van Bibber Series for Fox. 

(iilman, Fred — Mustang Westerns for Universal. 

Gillingwater, Claude — Hal Roach Star Series for 
Pathe. 

Gordon, Bobby — Juvenile Comedies for Exlucational. 

Graves, Robert — MeiTnaid Comedies, Educational. 

Gray, George — Mack Sennett Prod, for Pathe. 

Guard, Kit — "Bill Grimm's Progress" for F.B.O. 

Gulliver, Dorothy — "The Collegians" for Universal. 

Hamilton, Llovd — Hamilton Comedies, Educational. 

Hardy, Oliver— Hal Roach Prod, for Pathe. 

Harris, Georgie — Imperial Comedies for Fox. 

Harrison, Jimmie — In comedies of Christie Film 

Hart, Sunshine — Mack Sennett Prod, for Pathe. 

Helium Barnev — Mack Sennett Prod, for Pathe. 

Henry," Gale— Hal Roach Prod, for Pathe. 

Hiatt, Ruth — Mack Sennett series for Pathe. 

Holmes, Pee Wee— W. C. Tuttle Comedy West- 
erns for Universal. 

Hughes, Tony — "Crimson Flash" (series), Pathe. 
Hutton, Lucille — Mermaid Comedies, Educational. 



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Irving, Bill — In comedies of Christie Film Corp. 

for Educational. 

Jackson, Maiy Ann. — Mack Sennett series, Pathe. 

Joyce, Natalie — Billy Dooley Comedies for Educa- 
tional. 

June, Mildred — Hal Roach Prod, for Pathe. 

Kent, Barbara — Blue Bird Comedies, Universal. 

King, Charles — "The Excuse Makers", Stem Bros. 

Kingston, Muriel — "On Guard" (serial) for Pathe. 

Lackteen, Frank — "Melting Millions", Pathe. 

Lake, Arthur — Blue Bird Comedies for Universal. 

Ladus, Cullen — "On Guard" (serial) for Pathe. 

Lane, Lupine — Lupine Lane Comedies, Educational. 

Lewis, George — ^"The Collegians" for Universal. 

Linaw, Ivan — "Crimson Flash" (serial) for Pathe. 

Lloyd, Jack — Mermaid Comedies for Educational. 

Lombard, Carol — Mack Sennett Prod, for Pathe. 

Lopez, Aileen — Hamilton Comedies for Educational. 

Luddy, Barbara — Imperial Comedies for Fox. 

Luden, Jack — ^"Bill Grimm's Progress" for F.B.O. 

McCall, William — Mack Sennett Prod, for Pathe. 

McConnell, Gladys — Imperial Comedies for Fox. 

McGuire, Kathryn — -Lupino Lane Comedies for 
Educational. 

McHugh, Jack — ^Juvenile Comedies for Educational. 

McKee, Raymond — Mack Sennett series for Pathe. 

McKeen, Sunny — "The Newlyweds" for Stern 
Bros. 

Marion, Edna — In comedies of Christie Film Corp. 
for Educational. 

Miller, Walter — "Melting Millions (serial) for 
Pathe. 

Mineau, Charlotte — Hal Roach Prod, for Pathe. 

Montgomery, Peggy — Mack Sennett Prod, for 
Pathe. 

Morgan. Jackie — "The Gumps" for Universal. 

Morris, Dave — Mack Sennett Prod, for Pathe. 

Murphy, Joe — "The Gumps" for Universal. 

Norman, Mabel — Billy Dooley Comedies, Educa- 
tional. 



Normand, Mabel — Mabel Normand Series, Pathe. 

Oakland, Vivien — Hal Roach Prod, for Pathe. 

O'Shea, Danny — -"Wisecrackers" for F.B.O. 

Perry, Kathryn — Helen & Warren series for Fox. 

Phillips, Eddie — "The Collegians" for Universal. 

Pollard, Snul) — Snub Pollard series for Artclass. 

Puffy, Charles — Blue Bird Comedies for Universal. 

Quillan, Eddie — Mack Sennett Prod, for Pathe. 

Ray, Bobby — Radiant Comedies for Rayart. 

Richardson, Jack — ^"Melting Millions", Pathe. 

Roseman, Ed — "Crimson Flash" (serial) for Pathe. 

Ross, Churchill — "The Collegians" for Universal. 

St. John, Al — Mermaid Comedies for Educational. 

Saylor, Sid — "The Newlyweds" for Stern Bros. 

Searby, William — Mack Sennett Prod, for Pathe. 

Siegmann, George — Hal Roach Prod, for Pathe. 

Sleeper, Martha — Hal Roach Prod, for Pathe. 

Spear, Harry — Juvenile Comedies for Educational. 

Stedman, Vera — Juvenile Adams Comedies for Edu- 
cational. 

Stevenson, Hayden — "The Collegians" Universal. 

Styers, Anna — Cameo Comedies for Educational. 

Tarron, Elsie — Blue Bird Comedies for Universal. 

Taylor, Ruth — Mack Sennett Prod, for Pathe. 

Tincher, Fay — ^"The Gumps" for Universal. 

Trimble, Arthur — Buster Brown Comedies for 
Stern Bros. 

Turpin, Ben — Mack Sennett series for Pathe. 

Turner, Doreen — Buster Brown Comedies for 
Stern Bros. 

Vernon, Bobby — Bobby Vernon Comedies, Educa- 
tional. 

Ward, Alice — Mack Sennett Prod, for Pathe. 

Wiley, Wanda — "What Happened to Jane" for 
Stern Bros. 

Witzel, Curley — Mustang Westerns for Universal. 

Worth, Barbara — Blue Bird Comedies, Universal. 

Young, Noah — Hal Roach Prod, for Pathe. 



Directors of Short Subjects 



Andrews, Del — "Wisecrackers" for F.B.O. 

Beauchamp, Clem — Directing comedies for Educa- 
tional. 

Beaudine, Harold — Directing comedies for Chris- 
tie Film Corp. 

Belasco, Jay — Blue Bird Comedies for Universal. 

Bennett, Spencer — "Melting Millions" (serial) for 
Pathe. 

Buckingham, Thomas — O'Henry series for Fox. 

Ceder. Ralph— Mack Sennett Prod. (Pathe) "Bill 
Grimms' Progress" (F.B.O.) Winnie Winkle 
Series (Artclass). 

Collins, Lou — Mustang Westerns for Universal. 

Corby, Francis — "The Excuse Maker"; "Let 
George Do It"; "What Happened to Jane" for 
Stern Bros. 

Davis, James — Izzie and Lizzie Series for Art- 
class. 

Edwards, Harry — Mack Sennett Prod, for Pathe. 

Fay, Hugh — Izzie and Lizzie Series for Artclass. 

Gilstrom, Arvid — Winnie Winkle Series for Art- 
class. 

Graham, Walter — Directing comedies for Christie 
Film Corp. 

Grostrom, Albert — ^"Bill Grimms' Progress" 
for F.B.O. 

Guiol, Fred — Directing Hal Roach unit for Pathe. 

Heath, Arch. — "Crimson Flash" (serial) for Pathe. 

Herman, Al — Hairbreadth Harry Series for Art- 
class. 

Hill, Robert F.— "Return of the Riddle Rider" 
for L^niversal. 

Hunter, George — Mustang Westerns for Universal. 

Hyer, Wm. C. — -"What Happened to Jane" for 
Stern Bros. 

Jaccard, Jacques — "The Fire Fighters" (serial) 
for Universal. 

Jack-man, Fred — Hal Roach Star comedy for Pathe. 

Jones, Harry L. — Boy's Adventure Series for 
Cranfield & Clarke. 

Jones, James — Directing comedies for Educational. 

Kennedy, Edgar L.— Blue Bird Comedies for Uni- 
versal. 



Kerr, Robert P. — Van Bibber Series for Fox. 

Laemmle, Ernst — Mustang Westerns for Universal. 

Lamont, Charles — "Let George Do It" (Stern 
Bros.) Also comedies for Educational. 

Luddy, Edward I. — ^Winnie Winkle Series for Art- 
class. 
McCarey, Leo — ^Directing Hal Roach unit of 
Pathe. 

McGowan, Robert — "Our Gang" unit for Pathe. 

Meins, Gus — "The Newlyweds"; Buster Brown for 
Stern Bros. 

Moore, Vin — W. C. Tuttle Comedy Westerns for 
Universal. 

Neal, Lex. — Imperial Comedies for Fox. 

Neufeld, Samuel — "The Excuse Makers" for Stern 
Bros. 

Parrott, James — Charley Chase series for Pathe. 

Pembroke, Percy — "Let George Do It" (Stern 
Bros.) Hairbreadth Harry Series (Artclass). 

Pembroke, Scott — "The Excuse Makers," for 
Stern Bros. 

Robbins, Jess — -"What Happened to Jane" for 
Stern Bros. 

Roberts, Stephen — Directing comedies for Educa- 
tional. . 

Rodney, Earl — Mack Sennett Prod. (Pathe) Chris- 
tie Prod. (Educational). 

Rug.gles Weslev — "The Collegians" for Universal. 

Smith, Dick — Blue Bird Comedies for Universal. 

Summerville, George — Blue Bird Comedies for 
Universal. 

Sweet, Harry — Blue Bird Comedies for Universal, 
and Helen and Warren Series for Fox. 

Taurog, Norman — Directing comedies for Educa- 
cational. 

Taylor, Ray — "Whispering Smith Rides" (serial) 
for Universal. . . 

Watson, William — Directing comedies for Christie 
Films, Corp., Educational. 

West, Billy — Izzie and Lizzie Series for Artclass. 

White, Jack — Director-in-chief of comedies for Edu- 
cational. 

Wyler, William — iMustang Westerns for Universal. 

Yeates, Hal — Directing Mabel Normand for Pathe. 



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Producers in the United States 

A LIST OF PRODUCING organizations arranged geographically by states and 
alphabetically by cities. The reader is urged to bear in mind that some of the com- 
panies herein mentioned are producers as well as distributors and that the given ad- 
dress does not necessarily indicate that the studio is referred to. This is especially a 
fact in connection with the New York City list where many of the organizations main- 
tain an office for distribution and sales detail while studio activity is centered in Holly- 
wood or elsewhere. 

Non-theatrical producers will be found on page 791. Personnel of studios commence 
on page 401. Unless otherwise referred to, the companies in the section which follows 
are interested only in feature productions 



CALIFORNIA 
Atascadero 

Pacific Pictures Corp. 

Hollywood and Los Aogeles 

Action Pictures, 860 Seward St. 

Altair Prod., 1420 Beachwood Drive. 

Altona Prod., Richard Thomas Studio. 

Amusement Pictures Corp. (Short Subjects). 

Anchor Prod., 6050 Sunset Blvd. 

Approved Pictures, Inc. 

Asher, Small & Rogers Prod., First National Stu- 
dio, Burbank. 

Associated Arts Corp., 780 Cower St. 

Associated Independent Prod., 858 Seward St. 

Atma Prod., Fine Arts Studios, 4500 Sunset Blvd. 

Aubrey, Prod., Jimmy, 7250 Santa Monica Blvd. 

Balshofer Prod., 858 Seward St. 

Banks Prod., Monty, Hal Roach Studio. 

Banner Prod., Fine Arts Studio. 

Barett, Prod., James, Thomas Studio, 5823 Santa 
Monica Blvd. 

Barrett-Pierce Prod., Thomas Studio, 5823 Santa 
Monica Blvd. 



Barsky Prod., Bud, 1442 Beachwood Drive. 

Beacon Film Co., 1420 Beachwood Drive. 

Beban Prod., George, 780 Cower St. 

Beck, Prod., Arthur, F.B.O. Studio. 

Belasco Prod., Metropolitan Studio. 

Bischoff, Inc., 1420 Cower St. (Features and Short 

Subjects). 
Brandeis Prod., Madelaine, 6836 Arbol Drive. 
Bray Comedies, Universal Studio (Short Subjects). 
Brent Prod., Evelyn, 780 Cower St. 
Brown Hill Prod., Inc., Richard Thomas Studio, 

5823 Santa Monica Blvd. (Features and Short 

Subjects). 
Brown Prod., Harry J., 4S00 Sunset Blvd. 
Brown, E. M., 5823 Santa Monica Blvd. 
Bruce, Robt. C, 6101 Sunset Blvd. (Features and 

Short Subjects). 
Btinny's Funnies, Sunset Studio (Short Subjects). 
Burr & Hines Enterprises, Tec Art Studio. 
California Pictures, 1420 Beachwood Drive. 
Canutt Prod., Yakima, Fine Arts, 4500 Santa 

Monica Blvd. 




CREIGHTON HALE 



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The Marriage Circle 
Exchange of Wives 
Beverly of Graustark 
Annie Laurie 
The Cat And The Canary 



Hollywood 
Phone HE. 8142 



Bull Photo 



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Car Prod., Trem, 1420 Beachwood Drive. 
Carewe Prod., Edwin, 5360 Melrose Ave. 
Carey Prod., Harry, Universal Studio. 
Celebrity Pictures, 3800 Mission Road. 
Celestial Cinema Corp., 5823 Santa Monica Blvd. 
Chadwick Pictures Corp., 6070 Sunset Blvd. 
Chaplin, Charles, 1416 No. La Brea Ave. 
Christ Prod., H. P., 4500 Sunset Blvd. 
Christie Comedy Co., 6101 Sunset Blvd. (Short 

Subjects). 
Cinema Arts, 615 J/2 Santa Monica Blvd. 
Cinemagraph Prod., Fine Arts Studio, 5500 Santa 

Monica Blvd. 
Clements Prod., Roy, Fine Arts Studio, 4500 Santa 

Monica Blvd. 
Cody Prod., Bill, 5360 Melrose Ave. 
Cohimbia Pictures Corp., 1438 No. Gower St. 

(Features and Short Subjects). 
Considine, John \V., United Artists Studio, 7200 

Santa Monica Blvd. 
Cosmopolitan Prod., United Artists Studio, 7200 

Santa Monica Blvd. 
Cosmos Art Pictures, 3700 Beverley Blvd. 
Criterion Classics, 861 Seward St. 
Custer Prod., Bob, 1440 Gower St. 
Davis-Hess Prod., Thomas Studio, 5823 Santa 

Monica Blvd. 
Dawn Prod., 1439 Beachwood Drive. 
DeGrasse Prod., Jos., 4500 Sunset Blvd. 
De Mille Prod., Wni., 5451 Marathon. 
DeMille Studio, Cecil B., 6600 Washington Blvd., 

Culver City. 
DeVillard Prod., W., 1420 Beachwood Drive. 
Diana Prod., Thomas Studio, 5823 Santa Monica 

Blvd. 
Educational Film Co., 7250 Santa Monica Blvd. 

(Short Subjects). 
Embassy Pictures, Universal Studio. 
Estabrook Prod., Howard, 780 Gower St. 
Fairbanks Pictures Corp., Douglas, 7200 Santa 

Monica Blvd. 
Fairfax Prod., Marion. 
Fairmont Pictures, 858 Seward St. 
Famous Attractions, Universal City. 
Famous Players Lasky Corp., 5451 Marathon St. 

(Features and Short Subjects). 
Fashion Features, 1426 Beachwood Drive. 
Faultless Pictures, 1040 La Palmas Ave. 
Feature Films, 780 Gower St. 
Feature Prod. Inc., 7200 Santa Monica Blvd. 
Fidelity Prod., 4516 Sunset Blvd. 
Fighting Hearts Prod., F.B.O. Studio. 
Film Booking Office, 780 Gower St. (Features and 

Short Subjects). 
First National Pictures, Inc., Burbank. 
Fitzgerald, Dallas M.. 520 Taft BIdg. 
Fitzmaurice Prod., Geo., 7200 Santa Monica Blvd. 
Fox Film Corp., 1401 Western Ave., at Sunset 

Blvd. (Features and Short .Subjects). 
Gerson Pictures, Inc., Pierores, 6372 Hollywood 

Blvd. 
Gerson Prod., Harry, 780 Gower St. 
Globe Pictures, 4516 Sunset Blvd. 
Goldberg, Prod., Jesse, Chadwick Studio. 
Gold Medal Prod., California Studio, 1420 Beach- 
wood Drive (Short Subjects). 
Goldstone Prod., Phil., Fine Arts Studio. 
Goldwyn Inc., Samuel, 6800 Washington Blvd., 

Culver City. 
Goodman Prod., 1420 Beachwood Drive. 
Goo<lwiIl Prod., Fine Arts Studio. 
Gordon Prod., Bruce, 1439 Beachwood Drive. 
Gorman Pictures, John, 1440 N. Gower St. 
Gotham Prod., Universal City. 
Griffith Prod., Corinne, Metropolitan Studios, 1040 

Las Palmas Ave. 
Griffiths Prod., T. L., 3800 Mission Road. 
Guild Prod.. 1438 Gower St. 
Gump Prod., Andy, Universal Studio. 
Ham-Tan Prod., Thomas Studio. 
Hartford Prod., David, 4500 Sunset Blvd. 
H. V. Prod., Fine Arts Studio, 4500 Santa Monica 

Blvd. 
Heathco Prod., Tec-Art Studio. 
Hercules Prod., 6418 Santa Monica Blvd. 
Herman Prod., AL, 1420 Beachwood Drive. 
Hobart Prod., Henry, First National Studio, Bur 

bank. 



Hoffman, Prod., Joe. Sunset Studio. 

Hoffman Prod., Renaud, 1040 Las Palmas Ave. 

Hollywood Pictures Corp., 780 Gower St. 

Hughes, Roy, Prod., Sunset Studio. 

Hutchinson, Craig, 933 Seward. 

Hutchinson Prod., Chas., 4516 Sunset Blvd. 

Hutchinson Prod.. S. S., 3800 Mission Road. 

H. V. Prod., Fine Arts Studio. 

Imperial Prod., 4500 Sunset Blvd. 

Ince Prod.. John, 4500 Sunset; Blvd. 

Ince Prod., Ralph, Film Booking Office Studio. 

Independent Prod., 6070 Sunset Blvd. 

Inspiration Pictures, 5360 Melrose Ave. 

Keaton Prod., Buster, 1025 Lillian Way. 

Keaton Prod., Harry, 1751 Glendale Blvd. 

Kinema Art Prod.. 1426 Beachwood Drive. 

King ProJ., Henry, 6600 Washington Blvd., Cul- 
ver City. 

Lackey, W. T., 933 Seward. , c j- 

Langdon Prod., Harry, First National Studio, 
Burbank. 

Lariat Prod., 4516 Sunset Blvd. 

Lascelle Prod., Ward, 516 Walden Drive, Beverly 

Hills. ^ , . 

Lincoln M. P. Co.. 1121 Central Ave. 
Lloyd Prod., Harold, 1040 Las Palmas Ave. 
MacDonald Prod., Sherwood, 3700 Beverly Blvd. 
MacKnight & Warmack, 6100 Sunset Blvd. (Short 

Maclian^Prod., Douglas, 3800 Mission Road. 
MacMillan Prod., 6047 Hollywood Blvd. 
McCormick Prod., John., First National Studios, 

Burbank. . 

McDonald Prod., J. K., 1040 Las Palmas Ave. 
McGowan Prod.. J. P., 1438 Gower St. 
McKnight Womach Prod., 6100 Sunset Blvd. 
Mack Prod., Wayne, 1439 Beachwood Drive. 
Mahoney, Leo, 1442 Beachwood Drive. 
Maloford Prod. Co., 1442 Beachwood Drive. 
Mattison, Frank S., 1442 Beachwood Drive. 
Maynard Prod., Ken, 1442 Beachwood Dnve. 
Mermaid Comedies, Educational Studio, 7250 banta 

Monica Blvd. ,. p , 

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., M-G-M Studio. Cul- 

MetropoHun Prod., 1040 Las Palmas Ave. 
Miller Prod., Hunt. 
Milliken, Pierpont, Fine Arts Studio 
Mills Prod., Marilyn, 4516 Sunset Blvd. 
Mission Film Co., 6411 Hollywood Blvd. 

Motion Picture Guild (L. T. Rodgers, rres.;, 
Chadwick Studio. ^„ „ , , ri,;„. 

N-ithan Prod., Al, 1420 Beachwood Drive. 

N^zarro fX Coi^p., 6409 Willoughby Ave. 

Nedan ProS Marshall, 1845 Glendale Blvd 

NMo Prod., 'Fred. M-G-M Studio. Culver City. 

Norfleet, Hall, Previews, Horsley Studio. 

O K Prod., 1442 Beachwood Drive. 

oivmoic Prod., 1438 Gower St. 

Parker McDonald Prod., 6683 Sunset Blvd. 

Pathe, 4516 Sunset Blvd. , r^ ■ ^ 

Pathfinder Prod., 1420 Beachwood Drive. 

Paton Stuart, Universal City. 

P-itton Prod., C. W., 6050 Sunset Blvd. 

Pick-ford Prod.. Mary. 7200 Santa Monica Blvd. 

Popular Pictures, 5507 Santa Monica Blvd. 

Preferred Pictures, 4516 Sunset Blvd. 

Premier Films, Fine Arts Studio, 4d00 banta 
Monica Blvd. 

Priscilla Pict. Co.. 861 Seward. 

Proeress Prod., 1420 Beachwood Drive. 

Progressive Prod., 1438 Gower St. (Features and 
Short Subjects). 

K K: Tr'o'y^' J- 1^^« Gower St. (Features 

and Short Subjects). , ,.^ . 

Rayart Prod., 1442 Beachwood Drive. 
Red Wing Prod. ^ , _^ 

Reid Prod.. Mrs. Wallace. 861 Seward St. 
Thomas Prod., Richard, 5823 Santa Monica Blvd. 
Roach, Hal. Roach St^idios, Culver City. 



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BESS MEREDYTH 

Under Contract to Warner Bros, 



**THE SEA BEAST*' **DON JUAN'' 

"WHEN A MAN LOVES" 

Starring 

John Barrymore 

for Warner Bros. 



Wrote the Scenario from the play 

**KING HARLEQUIN" 

for Samuel Goldwyn 



*'NOAH'S ARK" 
for Warner Bros. 




WILLIAM 
WYLER 

Now Directltig 

Octavus Roy Cohen's 

Saturday Evening Post 
Stories 

For UNIVERSAL 



398 



Rock Prod., Joe, Universal City. (Features and 

Short Subjects). 
Rockctt Prod., Al, First National Studio, Burbank. 
Rockett Prod., Lincoln, Security Bank Bldg. 
Rockett Prod., Ray, First National Studio. 
Rogers Prod., Charles, First National Studio. 
Romance Prod., 1420 Beachwood Drive. 
Rork, Sam L., First National Studio, Burbank. 
Russell Prod., Wm., 1438 Gower St. 
Sanford Prod., 1442 Beachwood Drive. 
Saunders Comedy Co., R. D., 914 Guaranty Bldg. 

(Short Subjects). 
Scharlin-Taylor Prod., 4516 Sunset Blvd. 
Schenck Prod.. Jos. M., United Artists Studio, 

7200 Santa Monica Blvd. 
Schlank Prod., Morris, 6050 Sunset Blvd. 
Schreier, Otto K., 1442 Beachwood Drive. 
Sebastian Prod., A. H., 1040 Las Palmas Ave. 
Sebastian Prod., Maurice, 5360 Melrose Ave. 
Seeling Prod., Charles, 861 Seward St. 
Sennett Prod., Mack, 1712 Glendale Blvd. (Fea- 
tures and Short Subjects). 
Sierra Pictures, Inc., 316 Taft Bldg. 
Sovereign Feature Prod., California Studio, 1420 

Beachwood Drive. 
Spitzer Prod., Nat, 780 Gower St. 
Standard Prod., Fine Arts Studio. 
Stern Bros., 6040 Sunset Blvd. 
Sunset Prod., 1462 Stanley. 
Superior Pictures Corp., 1606 Highland Ave. 
Talmadge Prod. Corp., 7200 Santa Monica Blvd. 
Talmadge Prod., Richard, Universal Studio. 
Technicolor M. P. Prod., 1006 Cole. 
Thomas Prod., Richard, 5823 Santa Monica Blvd. 
Thomson, Fred, Prod., F.B.O., Studio, 780 Gower. 
Thornton Prod., Edith, 4500 Sunset Bldg. 
Tiesler, Hans, 1108 Lillian Way. (Features and 

Short Subjects). 
Tiffany Prod., 1965 S. Vermont. 
Trem-Carr Prod., California Studio. (Features and 
Trister Prod., Ray Studio. 
Tndife Prod., 1329 Gordon. 
Tuxedo Comedies, Educational Studio, 7250 Santa 

Monica Blvd. 
Tyler Prod., Tom, 780 Gower St. 
Ualuskie Prod., Inc., Francise, 4707 Fountain. 
Underwood Prod., 6475 Santa Monica Blvd. 
Universal Film Corp.. Universal City. (Features 

and Short Subjects). 
Van Pelt Prod., 6050 Sunset Blvd. 
Waldorf Prod., 5360 Melrose Ave. 
Warner Bros. Pictures, 5842 Sunset Blvd. 
Webb Prod., Harry, 3973 Lankershim Blvd. 
Weil Prod., 4516 Sunset Blvd. 
West Coast Prod., Tec-Art Studio. 
West Prod., Billy, 4516 Sunset Blvd. (Features 

and Short Subjects). 
Wheeler Prod., Larry. 861 Seward St. 
White Prod., Inc., 7250 Santa Monica Blvd. 
Williamson Prod., 1442 Beachwood Drive. 
Wilson, Al, 5617 Hallywood Blvd. 
Wilson Prod., Ben, 1107 N. Bronson Ave. 
Winkler Pictures, Inc., 933 Seward St. 
Witwer Prod., H. C, 1438 (}ower St. 
Worne Prod., Duke, 6050 Sunset Blvd. 
Yaconelli Prod.. 6050 Sunset Blvd. 
Young Prod., Briant S., 1438 (jower St. (Features 

and Short Subjects). 
Young Prod., Inc., Tom, 6363 Hollywood Blvd. 

San Francisco 
Altamont Pictures Corp., 1179 Market St. 
Graf Prod. Inc., Max, 1179 Market St,' 
Gerson Pictures Corp., Paul, 1974 Page St. 

San Mateo 
Altamount Pictures, Graf Bros. Studio. 
Commonwealth Pictures, Graf Bro». Studio. 
Pallae Prod.. Graf Bro«. Studio. 

COLORADO 
Denver 

Colorado Pictures, Inc., 2106 Broadway. 

Englewood 
Alexander Film Co. 

Norwalk 
Bray Prod., Inc. (Short Subjects). 
FLORIDA 
Kipsimmee 
Florawood M. P. Corp. 



Miami 
Tilford Pictures. 

Sun City 
Sun City Prod. 

West Palm Beach 
Martin Photoplays Corp., W. H., 212 So. Rosemary 
St. 

GEORGIA 
Atlanta 
Hamilton Beach Film Co., 97 Walton St. 
Graphic Film Corp., 24 Nassau St. (Features and 
Short Subjects). 

ILLINOIS 
Chicago 
Tisdale Industrial Film Corp., 804 So. Wabash 
Ave. (Short Subjects). 

INDIANA 

Indianapolis 
Biddy, Ralph, 423 Lemcke Blvd. 
Coburn, H. H., 539 N. Meridian. 
Kolograph Co., 216 E. Maryland. 
Natl. M P. Co., 1249 Consolidated Bldg. 
Scobey, E. C, 220 W. Ohio. 

MASSACHUSETTS 
Medford 
Bartlett, E E., Filmland City (Features and Short 
Subjects). 

Worcester 
Worcester Film Corp. (Features and Short Sub- 
jects). 

MICHIGAN 
Detroit 
American M. P. Co., 1011 Grand River Ave. 
(Short Subjects). 

Detroit M. P. Co., 160 Vernier Road. 
Hartford Prod., David, 947 Free Press Bldg. 
Metropolitan M. P. Co., Film Exchange Bldg. 
(Short Subjects). 

MISSOURI 
St. Louis 
Colored M. P. Co. (Short Subjects). 
Film Corp. of America. 6800 Delmar Blvd. 
National Filrn Publicity Corp., Sarah & Duncan 
(Short Subjects). 

NEBRASKA 
Omaha 
Chenoweth Film Co., 2814 No. 66th Ave. 
Rembrandt Studio, 3 Balbridge Bldg. 

NEW JERSEY 
Chatham 

Dewley, Herbert M. (Short Subjects). 
Fort Lee 

Maglin, Ralph, Ideal Studio (Features and Short 
Subjects). 

NEW YORK 
New York City 

Abramson, Ivan, 729 7th Ave. (Features). 

Artclass Pictures Corp., 1540 Broadway (Short 
Subjects). 

Bachmann, J. G., 117 W. 45th St. 

Bray Prod., Inc., 729 7th Ave. (Short Subjects). 

Brewster Color Pictures, 130 W. 46th St. (Short 
Subjects. 

Bruce, Robt. C, 370 7th Ave. (Short Subjects). 

Buckley, Floyd, 729 7th Ave. (Short Subjects). 

Carloma Pictures, 220 W. 42nd St. 

Carlod Prod., Inc., 1650 B'way. 

Castle Films. 72'9 7th Ave. 

Ontennial Pictures Corp., 1674 Broadway. 

Chadwick Pictures Corp.. 729 7th Ave. 

Chesterfield M. P. Corp., 1540 Broadway (Features 
and Short Subjects). 

Chronicles of America, 522 Sth Ave. (Short Sub- 
jects). 

Columbia Pictures Corp., 1600 Broadway (Features 
and Short Subjects). 

Cornwell, L. B.. 1600 Broadway (Short Subjects). 

Cranfield & Clarke, Inc., 729 7th Ave. (Short Sub- 
jects). 

De Forest Phonofilm, 318 E. 48th St. (Short 
Subjects). 

Dragon Pictures, Inc., 107 1st Ave., Long Island 
City (Short Subjects). 

Educational Pictures, 370 7th Ave. (Short Sub- 

Efrus Sam, 220 W. 42nd St. 
Excellent Pictures Corp., 729 7th Ave. 



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Fables Pictures, Inc., 1562 Broadway (Short Sub- 
jects). 
Famous Players Lasky Corp., Sixth and Locust, 

Astoria, L. I. 
First National Pictures, 383 Madison Ave. 
Fitzgerald, James C, Green Room Club. 
Fitzpatrick Pictures, 729 7th Ave. (Short Sub- 
jects). 
Fox Film Corp., 55th St. & 10th Ave. (Features 

and Short Subjects). 
Futter Prod., 130 W. 46th St. (Short Subjects). 
Gray, Schuyler, c-o Pathe Exchange, 35 W. 45th 

St. 
Hartford Prod., co American Cinema Ass'n., 1650 

Broadway. 
Hurst Prod., 366 Madison Ave. 
Inspiration Pictures, 565 5th Ave. 
International News, 281 William St. 
Ives-Leventhal, 1600 Broadway (Short Subjects). 
Kane Prod., Robt., 6 W. 48th St., Studio, 2478 

2nd Ave. 
Kinograms, Inc., 120 W. 41st St. 
Kleinschmidt. Capt. F. E., 220 W. 42nd St. 

(Features and Short Subjects). 
Lamb, Arthur J., Hotel Collingswood (Features 

and Short Subjects). 
Lanet Prod., Inc., Long Island Studio, 75 Mills 

St., Astoria, L. I. 
Lumas Film Corp., 1650 Broadway. 
MacFadden Prod. (True Story Pictures), 192'6 

Broadway. 
Piermont M. P. Corp., 145 W. 4Sth St. 
Producers Dist. Corp., Inc., 1560 Broadway. 
Rayart Pictures Corp., 723 7th Ave. 
Red Seal. 1600 Broadway (Features and Short 

Subjects). 
Ricordo Pictures, Inc., 1674 Broadway (Short 

Subjects). 
Russell, John Lowell, Hotel Lenox, 44th St. 
St. Regis Pictures, 315 E. 48th St. 
.Sarg, Tony, 54 W. 9th St. (Short Subjects). 
Schoppel, Paul, 315 E. 48th St. 
Schwartz Enterprises, 111 Westchester Square 

(Short Subjects). 
Screen Tid Bits, 344 W. 44th St. (Short Sub 

jects). 
Semler Cinema Service, 1600 Broadway (Short 

Subjects). 
Siletti Films, Inc., 243 W. 42nd St. 
Soman, Lester, 1650 Broadway (Short Subjects). 
Steiner Prod., Wm., 220 W. 42nd St. 
Sterling Pict. Corp., 1650 Broadway (Short Sub- 
jects). 
Sullivan, Pat, 47 W. 63rd St. (Short Subjects). 
Swanson Prod. Corp., 2478 2nd Ave. 
Tiffany Pictures, Inc., 1540 Broadway. 
Timely Films, Inc., 1562 Broadway (Short Sub- 
jects). 
Ufa, 1540 Broadway (Features and Short Sub- 
jects). 
Universal Pictures Corp., 730 5th Ave. 
Warner Bros., 1600 Broadway. 
Weiss Bros., 1540 Broadway. 
Winkler Pictures, 220 W. 42nd St. 
NORTH CAROLINA 
Asheville 
Asheville M. P. Corp. 

OHIO 
Cincinnati 
Romell M. P. Co., 534 Main St. 
Runey M. J*. Co., 1434 Vine St. 

Cleveland 
Tri-State M. P. Co., 208 Film Exchange Bldg. 
OREGON 
Portland 
Brunton, W. H., 543 Canter St. 
Cope Film Corp., N. W. Bank Bldg. 
Featherstone Feature Film Co. 

PENNSYLVANIA 
Philadelphia 
Cinecraft Films. 1909 Buttonwood St. 

Pittsburg 
Bates, Geo., 662 Shade St., Bellevue. 
M. P. Prod. Co., Neville St. 

Wilkes-Barre 
Howe Films Co, 175 W. River St. 
WASHINGTON 
Tacoma 
Weaver Prod., Inc., H. C. 



400 



Personnel of Producers and Studios 

A DETAILED compilation of the personnel of the man-power which makes up im- 
"^ portant studios in the United States. In effect, this list is an index to the produc- 
tion end of the industry, embracing as it does studios East and West. A similar record 
covering distribution will be found on page 825 under the caption, "Personnel of Im- 
portant Organizations." 



California 

ASSOCIATED STUDIOS, INC. 

3800 Mission Road — Capitol 2121 

Los Angeles 

President P. A. Powers 

General Manager E. OfFeman 

Treasurer George Morris 

Production Manager W. L. Heywood 

Casting Director R. W. Webb 

Scenario Editor Ed Forrest 

Art Director W. L. Heywood 

Publicity Director Ben Westland 

Technical Chief Fred Stark 

Auditor George Norris 

Chief Property Man Frank Gooch 

Chief Electrician Harry Campbell 

* * * 

MONTY BANKS ENTERPRISES 

(Working at Roach Studio) 

Empire 1151-1155 
Culver City 

General Manager A. MacArthur 

Production Manager A. MacArthur 

Casting Director Sheridan Hall 

Technical Chief Jack Mintz 

Scenario Editor Charles Horan 

Supervising Editor Ralph Dawson 

Publicity Director J. Legg 

Purchasing Agent Jack Mintz 

Auditor N. M. Stephenson 

BANNER PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

(Working at Fine Arts Studio) 

4500 Sunset Blvd.— Olympia 2121 
Hollywood 

President George H. Davis 

General Manager Samuel J. Briskin 

Production Manager Bert E. Siebel 

Casting Director Bert E. Siebel 

Location Chief Al Becker 

Chief Property Man Stanley Dunn 

* * * 

BELASCO PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

(Working at Metropolitan Studios) 

1040 Las Paimas Ave. 

Hollywood 1431 

Hollywood 

General Manager A. H. Sebastian 

Publicity Director Edward C. Thomas 

Auditor B. M. Parve 

* * * 

BROWN PRODUCTIONS 

(Working at Fine Arts Studio) 

4500 Sunset Blvd.— Olympia 2131 
Hollywood 

President Harry J. Brown 

General Manager Harry J. Brown 

Production Manager Sid Rogell 

Supervising Editor H. R. Symonds 

Publicity Director Tom Engley 

Auditor H. S. Knight 

Chief Property Man Edward Rashid 

* * * 

CALIFORNIA STUDIO 

1420-25 Beachwood Drive 

Hollywood 0162 — Hollywood 

Gen'l Studio Manager E. R. Hickson 

Studio Paymaster R. E. Xauman 



Secretary Ann Weigle 

Technical Director Floyd Price 

Art Director E. R. Hickson 

Chief Electrician Herb Alden 

Chief of Props Benton Christie 

Producers working at California Studio : BischofI 
Prod., California Pictures, Gold Medal Pictures, 
Inc., Al Herman Prod., Leo Maloney Prod., Al 
Nathan Prod., Progress Prod., Romance Prod., 
Sovereign Features and Trem Car Prod. 
* * * 

CASWELL STUDIO 

1107 N. Bronston St.— Hempstead 9352 
Hollywood 

General Manager Gus Schumacher 

CENTURY COMEDIES 

(Working at Universal Studio) 

Universal City 

President Julius Stern 

Secretary-Treasurer Abe Stern 

Casting Director Max Alexander 

Auditor E. Herman 

Chief Electrician Charles Gould 

Purchasing Agent Ma.x Alexander 

CHADWICK STUDIOS 

1440 No. Gov/er St.— Hempstead 4111 

Hollywood 

President I. E. Chadwick 

\ice President Jesse J. Goldberg 

Secretary V. E. Hampton 

Treasurer E. J. Chadwick 

Gen'l Studio Manager Jesse J. Goldberg 

Studio Paymaster V. E. Hampton 

Casting Director Joseph Murphy 

Technical Director R. E. Sibley 

Art Director Earl Sibley 

Title Writer Ruth Todd 

Cameramen Ernest MillerTeddy Teztlaff 

Chief Electrician Murray Franklin 

Chief of Props Clyde Whittaker 

Purchasing Agent V. E. Hampton 

Location Chief Howard Burroughs 

Producers working at Chadwick Studios: Chad- 
wick Pictures and John Gorman Pictures. 

CHARLES CHAPLIN STUDIOS 

1416 No. La Brea Ave. 

Hempstead 2141 — Hollywood 

President Alfred Reeves 

Vice President Sydney Chaplin 

Secretary Lloyd Wright 

General Manager Alfred Reeves 

Casting. Director Allan Garcia 

Technical Art Director Charles D. Hall 

Publicity Director Eddie Manson 

Laboratory Chief W. Hinckley 

Cameramen. . .R. Totheroh, J. Wilson, M. Marlett 

Chief Electrician Frank Testera 

Chief of Props Hal Atkins 

Purchasing Agent J. \'on Meter 

Location Chief J. Von Meter 

« » « 

CHRISTIE STUDIO 

6101 Sunset Blvd.— Hollywood 3100 
Hollywood 

President Al Christie 

Vice President Chas. H. Christie 

Secretary Wm. S. Holman 

General Manager Chas. H. Christie 



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The Film Associates, Inc. 

66 Fifth Ave., N. Y. C. 

(^^^RE anxious to get 
in touch with little 
theatres interested in 
using unusual film 
programs. 

We are glad to furn ish 
information in regard to 
complete programs of pic- 
tures without any cost to 
the exhibitor for our 
services. 

We are also interested 
in establishing contacts 
with owners and pro- 
ducers of films suitable 
for such distribution. 



ADVISORY COUNCIL 

Christian Brinton 
Sheldon Cheney 
Robert F. Flaherty 
Jane Heap 
Lawrence Langner 
Gilbert Seldes 

Montgomery Evans, II 

Director 

The Film Associates, Inc. 

66 Fifth Ave. N. Y. C. 



Stage Manager Arthur Forde 

Production Manager Fred L. Porter 

Production Supervisor Al Christie 

Publicity Director pat Dowling 

Casting Director Dixie McCoy 

Technical Director Ed Holmgren 

Art Director E. G. Klein 

Scenarists. .Frank Conklin, Sig Herzig, Hal Conklin 

Film Editor Ernest Lavelle 

Title Writer Al Martin 

Laboratory Chief Anton Nagy 

Cameramen Alex Phillips, Gus Peterson, Wm. 

Wheeler, Frank Sullivan, Alfred Jacquemin, 

Jack B reamer 

Chief Electrician Wm. Perry 

Chief of Props Fred Widdowson 

Purchasing Agent Claude Hill 

* * * 

CLUNE'S STUDIO 
5356 Melrose Ave. 

Hollywood 2700 — Hollywood 

* * * 

COLUMBIA PICTURES STUDIO 

1438 Gower St.— Hollywood 7940 

Hollywood 

Gen'l Production Manager Harry Cohn 

Ass't Production Manager Dorothy E. Howell 

Purchasing Agent Al E. Brandt 

Business Manager Julius Bernheim 

Supervisor Harry Caulfield 

Casting Director William Mayberry 

Art Director Robt. E. Lee 

Publicity Director Jane McDonough 

Film Editor Viola Lawrence 

* * * 

U. M. DAILEY STUDIO 

(See Ince Prod., Inc.) 

CECIL B. DE MILLE STUDIO 

6600 Washington Blvd. — Empire 9141 

Culver City 

President Cecil B. De Mille 

Vice President John C. Flinn 

Vice President F. C. Munroe 

Vice President and Treasurer. .. .Raymond Pawley 

Secretary Oscar M. Bate 

Business Mgr. and Treas E. O. Gurney 

Studio Cashier I. F. Dawson 

General Manager Wm. Sistrom 

Asst. General Manager L. M. Goodstadt 

Production Manager A. G. Volck 

Production Supervisors C. Gardner Sullivan 

Bertram Millhauser, L. M. Goodstadt 

Casting Director Wm. Crothers 

Technical Director J. Mitchell Leisen 

Art Directors. .. .Anton Grot, Wilfred Buckland, 

J. Mitchell Leisen. 

Story Editor Mrs. E. K. Adams 

Publicity Director Barrett C. Kiesling 

Title Writers John Krafft, John Farrow 

Laboratory Chief Paul Trotta 

Cameramen. .. .J. Peverall Marley, Arthur Miller, 

John Mescall and Lucian Andriot 

Chief Electrician Wm. Whisler 

Chief of Props Wm. House 

Purchasing Agent L. R. Lemieux 

Location Chief Ray Moore 

Producers working at De MUle Studio: De Mille 
and Samuel Goldwyn. 

EDUCATIONAL STUDIOS, INC. 

7250 Santa Monica Bldg. 
Hollywood 2806— Hollywood 

Preeidffnt H. A. MoDonell 

Gen'l Studio Manager E. H. Allen 

Secretary H. L. Stugeon 

Studio Paymaster H. S. Moore 

Technical Director Jack Frolich 

Scenario Editor Edw. Kaufman 

Film Editor Chas. Hochberg 

Cameramen Dwight Warren,' Len Smith, 

William Nobles 

Chief Electrician Geo. Mitchell 

Chief of Props Vin Taylor 

Purchasing Agent Ralph Nelson 



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FAIRBANKS STUDIO 

(See Pickford-Fairbanks) 
* * * 

FAMOUS PLAYERS-LASKY STUDIO 

5451 Marathon Street— Hollywood 2400 

Hollywood 

Associate Producer B. P. Schulberg 

Asst. to Schulberg B. P. Fineinan 

Executive Manager Milton Hoffman 

Production Manager Sam Jaffe 

Casting Director Fred Datig 

Story Editor E. Lloyd Sheldon 

Laboratory Chief Frank Garbut 

Supt. Studio Operations James K. Brady 

Chief of Props Chas. B. Sewell 

Purchasing Agent L. H. Buell 

Location Chief Fred Harris 



F. B. O. STUDIOS, INC. 

780 Gower St.— Hollywood 7780 

Hollywood 

Cien'I Studio Manager Edwin C. King 

Stitdio Cashier G. R. Doan 

Chief Accountant C. F. Woit 

Associate Producer Sam Wood 

Production Manager L, G. Ransome 

Production Supervisors J. G. Hawks, 

J. Wilkinson, Frank Ormston 

Casting Director Jack Votion 

Studio Supt Lee Rauch 

Art Director Carol Clarke 

Story Editor John Brownell 

Scenarists Ewart Adamson, Dick Pine 

Film Editor James Wilkinson 

Title Writers Al Boasberg, Maude Fulton 

Cameramen Al Siegler, Phil Tannura, 

Harry G. Mason 

Still Cameraman Edward Tanner 

Chief Electrician Van Rauch 

Chief of Props Geo. Minnig 

Purchasing Agent W. A. Wilde 

Location Chief Herb Hirst 



FINE ARTS STUDIOS, INC. 

4500 Sunset Blvd.— Olympia 2131 

Hollywood 

President Nat Deverich 

Vice President Samuel Freedman 

Secy.-Treas John Rikkelman 

Technical Director R. M. de Lacy 

Chief Electrician L. E. Myers 

Chief of Props Earl Wooden 

Producers working at Fine Arts Studios: Atma 
Prods., H. J. Brown Prods., Roy Clements Prods., 
David M. Hartford Prods., H. V. Prods, Pathe 
Exchange, Inc., Preferred Pictures, Inc., Premier 
Prods., Chas. Rogers Prods., and Yakima Canutt 
Prods. 

* * * 

FIRST NATIONAL STUDIO 

Gladstone 4111 
Burbank 

Gen'I Mgr. of Production John McCormick 

Gen'l Executive Mgr M. C. Levee 

Production Manager David H. Thompson 

Production Supervisors John McCormick, 

Carey Wilson, Al Rockett, Ray Rockett, Frank 

Griffin 

Casting Director Dan Kelly 

Technical Director Jack Okey 

Art Director Stephen Gooson 

Scenario Writers Carey Wilson, 

Winfred Dunn, Jack Kirkland 

Film Editor-in-Chief Wid Gunning 

Title Writers Morton Blumenstock, 

Gene Towne 
Cameramen Geo. Folsey, 

Chas. Van Enger, Tony Gaudio 

Chief Electrician Walter Strohm 

Chief of Props Fred McLain 

Purchasing Agent Geo. Smith 

Publicity Director George Landy 



FOX STUDIO 

1401 N. Western Ave. — Hollywood 3000 
Hollywood 

Gen'l Studio Manager Sol M. Wurtzel 

Asst. Gen'l Manager Ben E. Jackson 

Studio Paymaster Wm. Steincamp 

Production Supervisor Kenneth Hawks 

Casting Director James Ryan 

Technical Director Wm. Darling 

Art Directors Harry Oliver, William Moll 

Scenario Editor Harold Lipsitz 

Title Writers Malcolm Boylan, 

Katherine Hilliker, Capt. C. C. Caldwell 

Laboratory Chief Michael Leshing 

Cameramen Geo. Schneiderman, 

(has. Rosher, Glen MacWilliams and Dan C. 

Clark 

Chief Electrician J. G. Hoffner 

Chief of Props Samuel Wurtzel 

Purchasing Agent Max Golden 

Location Chief W. P. Fitzgerald 



EDWIN FRAZEE STUDIO 

(Independent Studio) 

1751 Glendale Bldg.— Washington 1225-6 
Los Angeles 

Gen'l Studio Manager Ed'vin Frazee 

Asst. Gen'l Manager All.n Frazee 

Asst. Prod. Manager Hal Olmsted 

Production Supervisors Edwin Frazee, 

Hal Olmsted and Miss Littlejohn 

Casting Director Miss Hn'isten 

Technical Director Gustave Btroks 

Story Editor Hal Olmsted 

Title Writers Hal Olmsted, Miss Littlejohn 

Cameramen Harry Gerstead, 

Geo. Beckway and Al Sateri 

Chief of Props Harry Fischer 

Purchasing Agent Huber Kaufman 

Location Chief M. Plannet 

* * * 

GERSON PICTURES CORP. 

Jerrold and Barneveld Aves. 

Mission 902 — San Francisco 

Gen'l Manager C. E. Reinhart 

Secretary Jack Patterson 

Treasurer James Jerichau 

Production Manager Geo. Carter 

Scenario Editor John F. Nutteford 

Auditor D. E. G. Keppelmann 

Chief Property i\Ian Aluert Romero 

Chief Electrician Edward Bush 



GOLD MEDAL PICTURES, INC. 

(Working at California Studios) 

1420-24 Beachwood Drive 
Hollywood 0162 — Hollywood 

President Frank E. Woodley 

Treasurer Arthur S. Walther 

Gen'l Mar.ager Alfred Grasso 

Casting Director Alfred Grasso 

Technical Chief Paul Stanhope 

Chief Property Man Frank Miller 

Film Editor Ear] Neville 



SAMUEL GOLDWYN, INC. 

(Working at De Mille Studio) 

6800 Washington Blvd.— Empire 9141 
Culver City 

President Samuel Goldwyn 

Gen'l Manager Abraham Lehr 

Production Manager R. B. Mclntyre 

Film Editor Stuart Heisler 

Art Director Carl Oscar Borg 

Location Chief Ray Moore 

Technical Chief Jack Holden 

Auditor A. R. Evens 

Chief Electrician Wm. Johnson 



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GRAF BROS. STUDIO 

Peninsular Avenue — San Mateo 1298 

San Mateo 

President Fred Speiss 

Vice President Russell Eastman 

Studio Paymaster R. I. Smith 

Gen'l Studio Manager Louis Graf 

Asst. Gen'l Manager L. M. Monfort 

Production Manager Max Graf 

Casting Director (ieraldine Palmer 

Story Editor L. M. Monfort 

Laboratory Chief Wm. Whitefield 

Purchasing Agent Archie Hamilton 

* * * 

DAVID HARTFORD PROD. 

(Working at Fine Arts Studio) 

4500 Sunset Blvd.— Olympia 2131 
Hollywood 

President David Hartford 

Secretary Adam J. Blake 

Treasurer Edward Leszczynski 

Gen'l Manager David Hartford 

Production Manager Gavin Young 

Scenario Editor Frances Nordstrom 

Film Editor Walter Griffin 

Art Director Ralph De Lacy 

Chief Property Man David Rothchild 

Chief Electrician Lew Myers 



HERCULES FILM PROD., INC. 

6418 Santa Monica Blvd. 

Gladstone 8801— Hollywood 

President P. Kanellos 

Secretary Otto Poll 

Treasurer Wm. Waldheim 

Gen'l Manager M. Charles 

Auditor S. Ahramson 



RENAUD HOFFMAN PROD., INC. 

(Working at Universal City) 

Hempstead 3131 
Universal City 

President Renaud HofFtnan 

Gen'l Manager Gilbert J. Heyfron 

Auditor Frank J. Heyfron 

Production Manager Glen Belt 

Scenario Editor James Bell Smith 

Publicity Director Wilson Heller 

Film Editor Leonard Wheeler 

Chief Property Man Wm. O'Connor 

* * * 

HORSLEY STUDIO 

(See Wolcott Studios) 

* * * 

JOHN S. INCE PROD., INC. 

1329 Gordon St.— Granite 4191 

Hollywood 

President John E. Ince 

Vice President A. W. Ham 

Studio Paymaster E. S. Holmes 

Gen'l Studio Manager U. M. Dailey 

Production Supervisor John E. Ince 

Casting Director John E. Ince 

Cameraman Paul Allen 

•Chief Electrician W. Parisian 

Chief of Props Reggie Spiers 

Purchasing Agent E. S. Holmes 

Location Chief Junior Chapin 

* * * 

INDEPENDENT PICTURES 

(Working at Chadwick Studio) 

1440 Gower St.— Hempstead 4111 
Los Angeles 

President Jesse J. Goldberg 

Vice President Wm. Goldberg 

Secretary Jack Lustberg 

Treasurer B. Slocum 

Studio Paymaster V. E. Hampton 

Production Manager Harry Christ 



Gen'l Studio Manager Earl Sibley 

Scenario Editors Enid Hibbard, 

Evanne Blasdale 

Title Writers Ruth Todd, Vin Moore 

Cameramen Ernest Miller, Art Reeves 

Chief of Props Howard Burroughs 

Purchasing Agent V. E. Hampton 

Location Chief Lester White 

* * * 

INDEPENDENT STUDIOS 

(See Frazee Studio) 

* * * 

BUSTER KEATON PROD. 

1025 Lillian Way— Hollywood 2814 

Hollywood 

President Joseph M. Schenck 

Gen'l Studio Manager Harry Brand 

Asst. Gen'l Manager Jack Codd 

Production Manager Fred Gabourie 

Film Editor Sherman Kell 

Cameramen Devereaux Jennings, Bert Haines 

Chief Electrician Denver Harmon 

Purchasing Agent Al Gihnour 

* * * 

KINEMART STUDIO 

1426 Beachwood Drive — Hollywood 0706 

Hollywood 

President Walter Morris 

Secretary J. G. Hunter 

Treasurer H. L. White 

Gen'l Studio Manager Walter Morris 

* * * 

LLOYD CORP., HAROLD 

(Working at Metropolitan Studio) 

1040 Las Palmas Ave. 
Hollywood 1431 — Hollywood 

President Harold Lloyd 

Gen'l Manager Wm. R. Frazer 

Vice President J. D. Lloyd 

Treasurer J. D. Lloyd 

Production Manager John Murphy 

Casting Director Nora Bly 

Publicity Director Joseph Reddy 

* * * 

M-G-M STUDIO 
Empire 9111 
Culver City 

Vice Pres. in Charge of Prod Louis B. Mayer 

Vice President Irving G. Thalberg 

Assistants to Thalberg Ed Mannix and 

Bernard Hyman 
Supervising Directors Harry Rapf, 

ilunt Stromberg, Bernie Hyman 

Business Manager M. E. Greenwood 

Production Manager J. J. Cohn 

Publicity Director Pete Smith 

Manager Wardrobe Dept Joseph Rapf 

Story Editor Paul Bern 

Casting Director Cliff Robertson 

Art Director Cedric Gibbons 

Director of Photography John Nickolaus 

Chief Film Editor Danny Gray 

Chief Electrician L. J. Kolb 

Gen'l Purchasing Agent S. N. Clark 

Location Manager Lou Strohm 

Manager Prop. Dept E. B. Willis 

Construction Supt C. S. Wdhelm 

Paymaster F. L. Hendrickson 

* * * 

METROPOLITAN STUDIO 

PRODUCERS DISTRIBUTING CORP 

1040 Las Palmas Ave. 
Granite 3111— Hollywood 

Gen'l Studio Manager Wm. Sistrom 

Studio Paymaster H. C. Allen 

Production Manager Geo. Bertholon 

Production Supervisors Jack Cunningham, 

Will Ritchey, McGrew Willis 
Casting Directors. .Wm. Crothers, Patricia Foulds 

Technical Director Harvey Leavitt 

Art Director C. L. Cadwallader 

Story Editor Lesley Mason 



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Film Editor Don Hayes 

Title Writer Lesley Mason 

Publicity Director Wm. Leyser 

Laboratory Chief Ted Sullivan 

Cameramen Geo. Benoit, Harold Rosson 

Chief Electrician Wm. Whistler 

Chief of Props Ben Bone 

Purchasing A^ent A. Kelly 

Other producers working at Metropolitan Studio: 
Corinne Griffith Prods., and Harold Lloyd Corp. 

MARSHALL NEILAN STUDIOS 

1845 Glendale Blvd.— Drexel 7861 

Los Angeles 

President Marshall A. Neilan 

Gen'l Studio Manager Leeds L. Baxter 

Cameraman D. J. Kesson 

Chief Electrician Wm. Linahan 

DONALD PARKER STUDIOS 

6683 Sunset Blvd.— Gladstone 6396 

Hollywood 

Gen'l Manager Donald Parker 

Secretary L. B. McCoy 

Treasurer Thos. J. Girvin 

Studio Manager N. K. Stogdill 

Casting Director Jack Kenney 

Scenario Editor Louise McCov 

Art Director M. T. Cantell 

Publicity Director Helen Starr 

Technical Director Leland A. Bryant 

PAT HE 

( Working at Fine Arts Studio) 

4500 Sunset Blvd.— Olympia 2131 
Hollywood 

Gen'l Studio Manager J. E. Storey 

Studio Paymaster Leo Cahane 

Casting Director Tom Storey 

Technical and Art Director Wm. Reineck 



Story Editor Joe Roach 

Scenario Editors Joe Roach, Burke Jenkins 

Film Editor Joe Roach 

Title Writer Joe Roach 

Laboratory Chief Ralph Dietrich 

Cameramen Ed Snyder, B. Redman 

Chief Electrician VV. Oettel 

Chief of Props G. W. Hule 

Purchasing Agent Leo Cahane 

Location Chief Tom Storey 



PICKFORD-FAIRBANKS STUDIO 
7200 Santa Monica Blvd. 
Hollywood 7901 — Hollywood 

President Douglas Fairbanks 

Vice President Dennis F. O'Brien 

Treasurer C. E. Erickson 

Production Manager J. T. Reed 

Publicity Director Mark Larkin 

* * * 

THOS. C. REGAN 

8405 Reedley Ave. 

Van Nuys, Calif. 

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Washington Blvd. — Empire 1151 

Culver City 

President Hal Roach 

Studio Paymaster C. H. Roach 

Gen'l Studio Manager Warren Duane 

Production Supervisor Lew Foster 

Casting Directors. ... Mollie Thompson, Lew Foster 

Technical Director Wm. Christensen 

Art Director James Fillett 

Story Editor F. Richard Jones 

Film Editor Richard Currier 

Publicity Director Arthur Q. Hagerman 

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Cameramen R. H. Weller, 

Floyd Jackman, Len Powers and Arthur Lloyd 

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Chief of Props Bart Ceilings 

Purchasing Agent L. A. French 

Location Chief L. A. French 



Art Director Ernest Hickson 

Story Editor Ford I. Beebe 

Film Editor Joe Kane 

Cameramen Vernon Walker, Sam .Moran 

Chief of Props Wm. Stratton 

Location Chief Don F. Osborne 



CHARLES R. ROGERS PROD. 

(Working at First Natl. Studios) 

Burbank 

Gen'l Manager Chas. R. Rogers 

Supervisor Harry J. Brown 

Production Manager Sid Rogell 

Director of Publicity Jerry Hofifman 

Scenario Writer Marion Jackson 

Film Editor Fred Allen 

Title Writer Don Ryan 

Cameraman Sol Polite 

Prop Man Wm. Quinlan 



SAM RORK PROD. 

(Working at First Natl. Studio) 

Burbank 

President Sam E. Rork 

Secretary Carroll Allan 

Treasurer H. W. Rork 

Production Manager Sam E. Rork 

Casting Director Robt. Ross 

Technical Director Scott Ramsey 

Art Director Jack Okey 

Scenario Editor Fred E. Hamlin 

Film Editor Frank Lawrence 

Cameraman Tony Gaudio 

Property Chief Don Burke 

Purchasing Agent Arthur J. Coover 

* * * 

JOSEPH M. SCHENCK PROD. 

(See United Artists) 

* * * 

MACK SENNETT STUDIO 

1712 Glendale Blvd.— Dunkirk 7957 

Los Angeles 

Gen'l Studio Manager J. A. Waldron 

Production Manager Lonnie Dorsa 

Studio Paymaster Charles Simpson 

Technical Director Paul Guerin 

Story Editor Mack Sennett 

Scenario Editor Harry McCoy 

Film Editor -Wm. Hornbeck 

Title Writer James Starr 

Laboratory Chief Henry Fischer 

Cameramen Wm. Williams, 

Earl Stafford, Vernon Walker, See Davis and 

Sam Moran. 

Chief of Props John Hough 

Purchasing Agent Oliver Maihles 

* * * 

SIERRA PICTURES, INC. 

316 Taft Bldg.— Granite 9370 

Los Angeles 

President Dale Hanshaw 

Secretary Oscar A. Anderson 

Treasurer Walter Gage 

General Manager Dale Hanshaw 

Art Director Walter Patton 

Publicity Director J. D. Trop 

Purchasing Agent Walter Patton 

Auditor |ienry Knights 

Chief Property Man Walter Blunt 

Chief Electrician Dave Wolcott 

* * * 

SKYLAND STUDIO 

Thousand Pines Road — Telephone 27200 

Crestline, Calif. 

Gen'l Studio Manager Don F. Osborne 

Studio Paymaster Chas. Walrod 

Technical Director Ernest Hickson 



RICHARD TALMADGE PROD., INC. 

(Working at Universal City) 

Hempstead 3131 
Universal City 

Gen'l Manager Richard Talmadge 

Production Manager Leon Metzetti 

Auditor Gene Hobbs 

Film Editor Doane Harrison 

Publicity Directors M. Pine, M. Rogan 

* * * 

TEC-ART STUDIOS, INC. of CALIF. 

5360 Melrose Ave. — Granite 4141 

Hollywood 

President Albert S. D'Agostino 

Gen'l Manager Alfred T. Mannon 

Studio Manager Hamilton Mannon 

Producers working at Tec-Art Studios: Inspi- 
ration Pictures, Inc. and C. C. Burr. 

* * * 

RICHARD THOMAS PROD., INC. 

5823 Santa Monica Blvd.— Gl. 1101 

Los Angeles 

President Richard Thomas 

Gen'l Manager Wm. L. Sherrill 

Secretary Nerval MacGregor 

Treasurer Wm. L. Sherrill 

Studio Paymaster Lilias S. McLaughlin 

Gen'l Studio Manager Nerval MacGregor 

Production Manager Norval MacGregor 

Casting Directors Sherrill, 

Schuessler and Friedman 

Chief Electrician Jack Monroe 

Purchasing Agent Jack Monroe 

Producers working at Thomas Studio : James 
Baret Prod., Brown-Hill Prod.y Diana Prod., 
Davis-Hess Film Enterprises. 

* * * 

UNITED ARTISTS STUDIO 

7200 Santa Monica Blvd. 

Hollywood 7901 — Hollywood 

(Producers working at United Artists Studio: 
Douglas Fairbanks Prod., Feature Prod., Inc.; 
Mary Pickford Prod., Jos. M. Schenck Prod., and 
Talmadge Producing Corp.) 

President Joseph M. Schenck 

Associate Producers John W. Considine, Jr. 

and Roland West 

Gen'l Manager John W. Considine, Jr. 

Studio Manager H. H. Barter 

Production Manager Thornton Freeland 

Publicity Manager Arthur MacLennan 

Art Director W. C. Menzies 

Technical Director Ned Mann 

Film Editor Hal Kern 

Title Writer Geo. Marion, Jr. 

Scenario Editors Hans Kraly, 

Fred de Gresac, Wallace Smith 
Cameramen Geo. Harnes, 

Oliver Marsh and Joe Au^st 

Chief Electrician Lew Johnson 

Purchasing Agent Sam B. Hill 

Chief of Props Jack Ellitt 



UNIVERSAL PICTURES CORP. 

Telephone HE 3131 

Universal City 

Gen'l Manager H. Henigan 

Production Manager Martin Murphy 



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Studio Paymaster H. D. Cook 

Business Manager Walter Stern 

Studio Manager Arthur Shadur 

Casting Director Wm. Cohill 

Techrrical Director Danny Hall 

Story Editor Frank Beresford 

Scenario Editor Edward Montagne 

Film Editor Maurice Pivar 

Publicity Director Sam Jacobson 

Title Writer Walter Anthony 

Laboratory Chief R. H. Hunter 

Chief Electrician Frank Graves 

Chief of Plops Russell Gausman 

Purchasing Agent A. W. Kleinordlinger 

Location Chief , Jack Lawton 



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5842 Sunset Blvd.— Hollywood 4181 

Hollywood 

Vice President in Charge J. L. Warner 

Studio and Prod. Mgr Wm. Koenig 

Casting Director Fred. Schuessler 

Technical Director Louis Geib 

Art Director Esdras Hartley 

Film Editor Harold McCord 

Title Writer Robt. Hopkins 

Laboratory Chief Fred Gage 

Cameramen David Abel, 

Hal Mohr and \irgil Miller. 

Chief Electrician Frank Murphy 

Chief of Props A. M. Salomon 

Purchasing Agent H. G. Keiper 

Publicity Director H. Wallis 

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(Working at Fine Arts Studio) 

4500 Sunset Blvd.— Olympia 2131 
Hollywood 

President Billy West 

Treasurer Geo. West 



Gen'l Manager Billy West 

Production Slanager Jos. K. Hoffman 

Casting Director Sally Unterberg 

Scenario Editor Earl Montgomery 

Art Director Charles Cottle 

Publicity Director Jess Weil 

Technical Chief Chas. Stevens 

Chief Property Man Stan Delay 

Chief Electrician Bill Campbell 

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1420-24 Beachwood Drive 
Hollywood 0162 — Hollywood 

Production Manager Ashton Dearholt 

Secretary M. Garcia 

Scenario Editor Geo. Pyper 

Film Editor Earl C. Turner 



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(Horsley Studio) 

6050 Sunset Blvd.— Gladstone 8302 
Hollywood 

Studio Manager W. E. Wolcott 

Auditor Milfred E. Burk 

Producers working at the Wolcott Studios: An- 
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Prod., Duke Worne Prod., and Yaconelli Bros. 
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Hollywood 

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Treasurer Edith Fremdling 

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2478 Second Ave. — Harlem 9700 
New York City 

President Wni. Randolph Hearst 

Vice President Edgar B. Hatrick 

Gen'l Studio Manager Chester Beecroft 

Purchasing Agent (Miss) G. G. Levinson 

Producers working at Cosmopolitan Studio: 
Robt. T. Kane and Gloria Swanson Prod. 

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318 E. 48th St.— Vanderbilt 7340 

New York City 

President Lowell H. Brown 

Vice President Lee De Forest 

Treasurer Lowell H. Brown 

Gen'l Manager W. E. Waddell 

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Decatur & 198th St.— Sedgwick 6670 

New York City 

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361 West 125th St. 

New York City 

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Associate Producer Wm. Le Baron 

Gen'l Studio Manager John J. Gain 

Asst. Gen'l Manager L. A. Sarecky 

Studio Paymaster Wm. J. Clark 

Editor-in-Chief Ralph Block 

Casting Director Fred A. Fleck 

Art Directors Laurence W. Hitt. 

Van Polglass, Ernest Fegte, J. Fleming, 'Walter 

Keller and C. Kirk. 

Story Editor Ralph Block 

Publicity Director J. Jerauld 

Film Editor Julian Johnson 

Title Writers Ray Briant, James O. Spearing 

Laboratory Chief Frank Meyer 

Cameramen Alvin Wyckoff, 

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\yard Cronjager and Paul Vogel. 

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Chief of Props S. Saymour 

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850 10th Ave.— Columbus 3320 
New York City 

Treasurer John C. Eisele 

Gen'l Manager Gilbert J. Heyfron 

Studio Paymaster S. Scheuster 

Technical Director Wm. Bach 

Art Directors S. Carso, Fred Robitch 

Film Editor Hetty Gray Baker 

Laboratory Chief A. E. Freedman 

Cameramen Geo. Webl)er, Geo. Lane 

Chief Electrician W. J. Quinlan 

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75 Mills St.— Astoria 1158 

Astoria, L. I. 

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Secretary John Byrnes 

Treasurer AL Bernstein 

Gen'l Studio Manager O. S. Lee 

Production Supervisor S. Priestley 

Technical Director L. Verncylea 

Art Director Chas. Harris 

Location Chief D. Reilly 

Producers working at Long Island Studio: Grey 
Prods., Inc., Lariat Prods., Inc., and Pathe. 

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723 Forest Ave. — Dayton 6300 
Bronx, New York 

President Albert S. D'Agostino 

Gen'l Manager Alfred T. Mannon 

Studio Manager Irving Meiliken 

Art Director Chas. Ohmann 



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1411 Walnut St.— Canal 6324 
Cincinnati 

President Jas. A. Sebastian 

Secretary Theo. A. Sebastian 

Treasurer E. A. Gent 

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1909 Buttonwood St.— Poplar 5283 

Philadelphia 

President David T. Nevin 

Secretary A. S. Davis 

Treasurer D. L. Davis 

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607-9 Neville St.— Mayflower 9600-9601 

Pittsburgh 

President M. J. Sternberg 

Vice President Leo Isaacs 

Secretary Louis Isaacs 

Treasurer Leo Isaacs 

* * * 

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175-77 West River St.— Wilkes-Barre 1282 

Wilkes Barre 

President Robt. E. Gillaum 

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Tacoma 

President H. C. Weaver 

Secretary J. M. Ashton 

Treasurer J. M. Ashton 



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Leaders See Prosperity for 1927 

STRESSING an economic truth, important executives in all branches of the industry- 
link the prosperity which will mark the trend of motion picture activities in 1927 
with the course of general business throughout America and the world. 

Here and there in the statements which follow, a note of admonition is struck. In 
the main there is little doubt expressed, however, that 1927 will be a generally splendid 
year for the industry. Striking at the foundation of the entire structure much space is 
devoted to production in the new year. Several important leaders touch upon the gen- 
eral calibre of motion picture entertainment to be offered throughout the year. They 
point out that, more than ever before, negative costs have risen to new heights and urge 
upon the retailers — the exhibitors — to put behind their efforts more energy so that by 
increased patronage and greater business, they will be enabled to properly support the 
improved standards of production. This is but one of the many interesting observations 
made. Outlook on the foreign situation will be found in the foreign section. (See index.) 



ADOLPH ZUKOR 
President, Famous Players-Lasky Corp. 

I am distinctly optimistic over the business pros- 
pects for the picture industry during 1927. This 
past twelvemonth has shown more real progress 
all along the line than we have ever had before 
in a similar period. In production, which is the 
bedrock of the industry, we have been blessed 
with a series of the finest pictures in the history 
of the business; and many more are on their way 
from the studios. Progress in exhibition has been 
even more encouraging, for all over the country 
splendid new theaters, which are the pride and 
boast of their communities, are coming into being. 

Rut this progress places a great responsibility 
on all of us. I have spoken of the wonderful pro- 
ductions coming from the studios. These fine 
pictures will continue during the next six months, 
and it is during the next six months that our 
obligation is heaviest. By this I mean that a fool- 
ish tradition has grown up in the theater business 
that the Spring and Summer is a time for easing 
up. We cannot ease up on big pictures, and the 
studios have not slackened their effort one iota. 
Therefore, it is distinctly up to showmen to see 
that they support these pictures. 

We must all realize once and for all that there 
are no seasons in the picture business ; rather that 
there is only one season and that is twelve months 
long. The studios have realized this ; the rest 
of the industry must follow the studios and sup- 
port them, if they are to continue giving us big 
pictures all the year around. 

MARCUS LOEIV 
President, Loe'i.^'s Inc. 

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer is looking forward to 
the new year with the feeling that it should be 
one of unparalled commercial and artistic develop- 
ment for the motion picture industry. I should 
like to suggest two reasons in support of the first 
clause of this assertion: d) the uniformly excel- 
lent business reported by theater managers in every 
section of the country during the past year, repre- 
senting a much greater proportionate increase 
than that of any other year: (2) the growing 
indication that the motion picture is rapidly becom- 
ing a great international medium. 

Our own production schedule for the coming 
year has been designed with the hope of maintain- 
ing the confidence of the public and exhibitors 
in this branch of 'ts prnd>ict. 

* * * 

WILLTAM FOX 
President, Fo.r Fihn Corp. 
The outlook for 1P27 for the motion picture 
industry could not be better for the individuals and 
tlip companies that can measure up to the responsi- 
bilities and npnortunities that our business now 
ref|uires and affords. 

* * * 

CARL LAFMMLE 

President. Universal Pictures Corp. 

Tn years gone by when one made a hazard as to 

"•hat was going to happen in the succeeding year, 

that hazard was made about the domestic market 

exclusively. It is a significant fact, it seems to me. 



that on the threshold of 1927 we must take the 
world market into consideration in any attempted 
prognostication more than we ever did before. I 
don't anticipate any upheaval or unusual develop- 
ment. I feel confident that all well entrenched 
companies are planning to entrench themselves 
still further, and this applies to foreign producers 
and distributing concerns as well as to domestic 
ones. 

From the world standpoint I feel quite confident 
in making this prediction, that is, that America 
in 1927 will look with more favor than it has ever 
done before, on foreign-made pictures. The reason 
for this is not political, and it certainly is not an 
expediency. Producers of other countries have 
amply proven that they can make pictures which 
interest the theater goers as well as the producers 
of this country. There is certainly a world market 
for exceptional pictures which are made with a 
view to the world market. 

* * * 
ROBERT LIBBER 

President, First Nat'l Pictures, Inc. 

That the new year will mark a progression in 
all branches of the industry almost goes without 
saying. There has been and continues to be a 
steady advancement in the type of pictures pro- 
duced, in the calibre of the theaters and in the 
art of presentation. Sometimes I feel that we 
have been inclined to magnify the importance of 
misunderstandings arising from time to time. They 
are a part of any healthy, normal business that is 
constantly adjusting itself to changing conditions. 
Looking back over the years, one finds no real 
set-back in the upward progression of all branches 
of our great industry and personally, I look for 
even greater progress in 1927 than we have en- 
joyed during the past twelve months. 

Speaking as an exhibitor, as well as a producer 
and distributor, I feel that the great need at the 
present time is for a steady week by week supply 
of fine, high-grade pictures more than for out- 
standing specials of a spectacular nature. The 
general prosperity which the country has enjoyed 
gives every indication of continuing. 

* * * 

DAVID W. GRIFFITH 
Comedy and melodrama should prevail again 
next year. They are the sure weapons for pro- 
duction at this time. The public is so confused 
in its social, moral and religious beliefs, that it is 
difiicult to provide serious drama which will be 
widely interesting. Since the people are tincertain 
what they believe, so the producer must be un- 
certain what to offer for their serious consideration. 
The result is that producers have fallen back on 
the safe reserve of comedy and melodrama. Tech- 
nical improvements, including larger screens, voice 
accompaniments, etc., are valuable, but not ap- 
parently vitally important to the technique of the 
cinema. A good motion picture will always carry 
its own magnet. 

* * * 

RTCHARD A. ROWLAND 
Gen'l Manacjer, First Nat'l Pictures, Inc. 
There is no reason why 1927 should not continue 
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we can see good times ahead for at least another 
year and there is no reason why continuance of 
success should not follow, particularly from the 
theater angle. 

However, the producer is going to be up against 
a tougher proposition next year and the year 
after than he has ever been in the history of motion 
pictures because this is developing rapidly into 
a theater business. In other words, the theater 
is the end that controls the whip hand and the 
increasing negative costs and amalgamations and 
consolidations of theater circuits which means the 
nationalization of theater circuits are apt to result 
in the reduction of film rentals so that with the 
increased production costs, plus the decrease of 
revenue the producer is going to have his hands 
full. This will continue probably for a year or two 
but the theater interests have got to realize that 
production is the back bone of their industry and 
some place along the line it must be compensated 
in a profitable manner and until this viewpoint is 
reached the producers will have a merry time. 
Something should be done in the next year in the 
matter of negative costs and in the matter of Euro- 
pean production. These two things, together with 
the national theater expansion, are going to make 
three very interesting problems for next year. 

The foreign situation must be met in some w^y 
within the year or eighteen months or th^ Amer- 
ican producer is going to have a hard row to hoe 
in Europe. By a little cooperation on the part of 
the producers I believe the negative cost situation 
can be adjusted. The building of the de luxe 
theater house is a factor that is developing rapidly 
and while they are tremendously successful it is a 
grave question whether the motion picture theater 
is not using vaudeville in the guise of prologues 
at the expense of the motion picture. In a great 
many cases these houses in their advertising are 
playing up their acts and submerging the personal- 
ity of the feature film which I feel is very bad 
for the producer, likewise for the theater men. 



These are the three big problems that we face 
this year. 

* * * 

HARRY M. WARNER 

President, Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. 

My opinion is that business this coming year 

is going to be exceptionally good; that we are 

going to see so many changes made that the map 

of the picture business will be somewhat changed. 

* * * 

E. F. ALBEE 
President, Keith-Albee 

It is my thought that 1927 will mark a new 
and forward general movement in the direction of 
finer, better and more permanent motion picture 
production. ITntil recently the swiftly growing 
vogue of motion pictures, brought about what may 
be called an over-production of inferior films and 
an underproduction of great films. It will be ob- 
served in retrospect that it was the best, the most 
estimable, of the motion picture features which 
enjoyed enduring success, which most influenced 
the public mind, which most satisfied the good 
sense and the good taste of the vast majority of 
Americans. 

The big motion picture producers have had am- 
ple opportunity to test and estimate these chang- 
ing conditions. The gradual but inevitable intro- 
duction of pretentious film features into vaude- 
ville, and of the induction of stellar vaudeville 
talent into motion picture houses, have combined to 
align a wholly new, vast and responsible public 
made up of entertainment-seeking people who know 
and want the best. The alert motion picture pro- 
ducers have observed the reactions of these new 
audiences to their film features and, as a conse- 
quence, they are advancing their standards of 
plays, productions and artists to such an extent 
that 1927 will, in my belief and hope, witness 
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and quality of the output and in the character 
and growth of patronage. 

Vaudeville is now affording an increased and 
advantageous channel for the presentation of the 
best films. The picture people have become ac- 
quainted with a new public; a public that is 
sophisticated, intelligent, representatively American 
and always insistent upon wholesome, clever and 
inspiring entertainment. 

JOSEPH M. SCHENCK 
Chairman Board of Directors, United Artists Corp. 

Recently there has been some discussion as to 
wbat the picture of the future will be. However, 
there is every reason to believe that there will 
be no material changes in the elements of appeal — 
drama, pathos, human emotions and comedy — that 
have brought universal popularity to motion pic- 
ture entertainment. A combination of these basic 
elements in the first days of the nickelodeon and 
their picture offerings that were sorry, indeed, in 
comparison with pictures of today, laid a lasting 
foundation for the popularity of the screen. 

Pictures of the future may be in lighter vain 
or they may be in deeper theme, but with love 
dominating and with a blending of pathos, drama 
and comedy, the basic combination of these ele- 
ments will not be lost sight of by producers. The 
theater-going public would not have it otherwise. 

* * * 
ELMER PEARSON 

Vice President and General Manager, Pathe Ex- 
change, Inc. 

Anything other than orderly and progressive 
prosperity for business and amusements for 1927 
would seem a ridiculous forecast. The motion 
picture industry seems to be quite awake to the 
necessity of improving entertainment. True enough, 
there are some who do not seem to think that 
the motion picture itself has kept pace rapidly 
enough as evidenced by calling upon the help of 
tremendously expensive presentations, symphony 
orchestras and elaborately elaborate theaters. 
Gradually, however, as the present trend throws 
exhibition and production into closer sympathy 
with each other will the cost of excessive fur- 
belows be made available for film production and 
thus properly encourage production to fill the ap- 
parent need of betterment. 

We have seen the occasional picture by itself, 
meet every program requirement to the oblivion of 
these extraneous makeshifts and we will see them 
in greater numbers and greater spectacle. The 
progressive increase of the motion picture business 
has been at a rate that would seem impossible of 
maintaining, but thus we have thought each year 
for the last fifteen, yet the progression keeps on 
and the end is not yet in sight. 

* * It 
F. C. MUNROB 

President, Prod. Dist. Corp. 
The year just past was the greatest the busi- 
ness ever has seen. The year now here should, 
unless all signs fail, be even greater. The in- 
dustry is in excellent position to take advantage 
of the general prosperity that is prophesied by 
those in closest touch with economic conditions. 
The organization of the industry as a whole has 
been improved, and the all-important question of 
financing is steadily growing more satisfactory. 
Technically, pictures are better than ever. The 
best minds in the business are constantly seeking 
improvements, and hardly a week passes without 
its report of some invention or discovery that 
makes for the betterment of product. The motion 
picture is out of the infant class and, while not 
yet really an adult, is a lusty, healthful youngster. 

* * * 

_ EARLE W. MAMMONS 
President, Educ'l Film E.vchanges, Inc. 
If the year 1926 has been the greatest year in 
motion picture history — and in many ways it cer- 
tainly has been — I believe the coming year is going 
to be even greater. Progress in all branches 
should be very marked. Even the craze for "pre- 



sentations" cannot stop the onward march of the 
short feature. While the presentation act may 
be a fine thing for the big Broadway house that 
can afford the best talent, the average picture 
theater will always make its biggest appeal to its 
patronage with a well rounded program of motion 
pictures, including the best of short feature pic- 
tures, which will always be a better appeal and 
better box-office asset than the cheap vaudeville 
which is the only thing that the smaller houses 
can offer in the way of "presentations." 



WINFIELD R. SHEEHAN 
Vice-President and General Manager, Fox Film 
Corp. 
The public is waiting expectantly for vital un- 
usual and true-to-life motion pictures in the New 
Year. The demand in entertainment at the motion 
picture theaters is turning away from the "soft- 
pedal" romance and the patrons want virile red- 
blooded treatment of life. The big successful 
road show pictures like "What Price Glory" will 
attract new patrons to the box office and the 
producers will have to deliver stories on the screen 
that sincerely live and breathe the dramatic emo- 
tions of life. I foresee a strong progressive trend 
to finer screen entertainment in 1927. This will 
increase theater patronage and receipts. 

A. H. GIANNINI 

President, Bowery and East River Nat'l Bank 

It is important to call attention to the two 
following observations : 

First : The alarming increase in the cost of 
production. In many instances, I find there is 
too much money being spent in many of the pic- 
tures. I realize, however, that stars, stories, direc- 
tors, etc., demand, and are entitled to high pay, 
but economy could be practised in locations, minia- 
tures, settings, etc. 

Second. 1 desire also to seriously call the at- 
tention of the industry to stock issues. It should 
be insisted that all stock issues be based upon in- 
trinsic merit. Where the industry has grown so 
large and where the profits have been so immense, 
there is a danger that some watered stock may be 
authorized and sold to the pubhc. The industry 
owes it to itself to protect its own reputation as 
well as the investing public. This is said in a 
spirit of friendly cooperation, for the eye _ of_ the 
financial world is upon this industry and it is of 
paramount necessity that evei-y stock issue be an 
honest one. 

* * * 

JESSE L. LASKY 
First Vice-President, Famous Players-Lasky Corp. 

Although great progress has been made in both 
distribution and exhibition during 1926, and more 
will be made in 1927, I am naturally more inter- 
ested in production. The year just closed has seen 
some wonderful productions ; but these are only 
an earnest and a promise of what is to come. 
Never before have the studios been geared up to 
make the type of pictures now planned or in 
work. But this condition raises a problem. Tre- 
mendous investments are being made in pictures 
which will be released in the coming months. The 
studios must realize a return on those investments, 
if they are to continue the policy of meeting the 
public's demand with bigger and ever bigger pro- 
ductions. 

There is only one way this problem can be 
solved. That is by greater showmanship, wider 
appeal, greater effort, on the part of exhibitors, 
who after all are the neck of the bottle through 
which the studios pour out their product to the 
public. 

* * ♦ 

CECIL B. DeMILLE 
During 1927 the picture made by prescription of 
formula will pass, never to come again. The 
public has come to place novelty and originality 
above all other factors. People shop for their pic- 
tures as never before and word that a picture is 
dull, obvious, uninspired spreads rapidly. The 



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demand upon directors, stars, and writers for 
striking and novel twists of situation and action 
is an exacting one but it must be met. The 
tendency to copy past successes has fallen by the 
wayside and will continue to fall during the com- 
ing months. It is a complete fallacy which dis- 
regards the fundamental wishes of the public. The 
thing that has never been done before once viewed 
with suspicion will gain complete and enduring 
popularity. These facts have been apparent for 
some time but they will reach their greatest 
fruition to date in 1927. 

* * * 

SIDNEY R. KENT 
General Mgr., Famous Playeis-Lasky Corp. 

I e-xpect that 1927 will be the biggest year in 
the history of the industry. By this time it cer- 
tainly should be apparent to all the world that 
this industry is on a solid foundation of sound 
business-dealing, natural growth and intelligent 
investment. Anybody who has studied the develop- 
ments in this business during the last few years 
cannot fail to look forward with optimism. Even 
in the last twelve months all three branches of the 
business — production, distribution, exhibition — have 
marched forward with a steady stride. Distribution 
has seen the growth of a closer understanding be- 
tween salesman and exhibitor — and this is ex- 
tremely important for the general well-being of our 
industry. Exhibition, with wonderful big theaters 
rearing their heads in the principal cities as the 
chief center of community interest, is today on a 
higher plane than ever before. 

Production, too, has taken giant strides forward, 
and it is to the matter of production that all of us 
should give careful thought. Never before have the 
studios turned out such a stream of wonderful pic- 
tures as we have seen this season. And these 
pictures will continue to come. Hundreds of 
thousands of dollars have been invested in these 
negatives, and the producers have pinned on them 
their hopes for a continuation of the policy of big 
pictures. 



NICHOLAS M. SCHENCK 
First Vice-President, Metro-Goldwyn-Maycr Corp. 

A year of unparalled commercial prosperity — 
and this is the prediction of leading bankers and 
brokers for 1927 — must bring with it twelve months 
of record-breaking progress in the field of motion 
picture work. 

In point of financial investment, artistic accom- 
plishment, notable men associated with the indus- 
try, public backing and plans for aggressive ex- 
pansion, I feel that the screen has reached a peak 
of progress where its future has no set boundary. 
The artistic development of the films is apparent 
in the increased demand for original screen stor- 
ies and the added emphasis on the ability of the 
director in shaping a story theme to register the 
greatest camera-efficiency. 

* * * 
SAM KATZ 

President, Publix Theaters Carp. 
As to the outlook for the new year, I have the 
feeling that we are facing a reasonably pxosperous 
twelve-months period in all lines of industrial and 
commercial activity. However, our business must 
be watched very, very carefully during the ensuing 
year, because the tendency has been to permit 
costs in all ends of the industry to mount at a 
much faster rate than is permissible in any other 
business, and unless serious thought is given to 
blocking all avenues of waste the result must 
be smaller profits for all concerned. But with 
careful watching by all and with the general pros- 
perity of the country as a supporting background, 
we may reasonably expect another favorable year. 

* * * 
JAMES R. GRAINGER 

General Sales Manager, Fox Film Corp. 
The season 1927 will be, without question of 
doubt, the greatest we have ever had in the in- 
dustry. The class of pictures being produced 
today is constantly being improved. With the 



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thought of the producer constantly before him 
that he must make the very finest kind of pictures 
if he expects to be successful, I feel 1927 will 
bring forth greater pictures than we have ever 
had. All over the United States and Canada, 
exceptionally beautiful motion picture theaters with 
large capacities are being erected. Certainly, if 
times were not good, exhibitors could not build 
the class of theaters they are now erecting, which 
only goes to prove that the exhibiting end of the 
industry is on a very sound foundation at the 
present time. I believe during 1927, we will find 
a closer working agreement between producers 
and exhibitors as both are realizing more and more 
each day that perfect harmony and cooperation is 
the soundest basic principle for profit and success. 

* * * 
SAMUEL SPRING 

Chairman, Sales Cabinet; Secretary-Treasurer 
First National Pictures, Inc. 

The present trend seems to be toward highly 
specialized production and direction — good stories 
dealing with real life, with unusual, unique and 
individualistic treatment and with original and 
artistic touches that make a picture stand out in 
a distinctive manner. 

* * * 

JOHN C. FLINN 
Vice-President and General Manager, Producers 
Dist. Corp. 
The most impressive development and the most 
encouraging sign in the industry today is the 
marvelous growth in the number of modern and 
beautiful picture theaters in all parts of the United 
States and, in fact, in all parts of the civilized 
world. The replacement of the smaller houses by 
these veritable palaces of amusement and the 
enormous increase in seating capacity, are caused, 
of course, by the increase in the number of patrons, 
and there could be no better augury for the future 
success of the business. When capital is not only 
willing, but anxious to invest in motion picture 
theaters, to erect buildings costing thousands and 
thousands of dollars, houses which are the last 
word in modern showmanship, there can be no 
doubt that the industry is firmly founded upon a 
rock and that the superstructure, magnificent as it 
is today, will be dwarfed into insignificance by the 
one that will be erected in the to-morrows. 

* * * 
LOUIS B. MAYER 

Vice-President in Charge of Production, Metro- 
Goldzvyn-Mayer Corp. 

The popularity of the screen will grow just as 
rapidly as the product improves. Several years 
ago pictures showed little advance and the public 
demand immediately showed signs of waning. Then 
came along a series of fine pictures and new in- 
terest and patronage was apparent. 

Presentations at the theater will always en- 
hance a picture — if these presentations have merit, 
of course. However, the photoplay is the big fac- 
tor that makes or breaks a theater. 

This has become an industry in every sense of 
the word. Carefully established organizations 
backed by plenty of brain-power will be necessary, 
more so this year, than ever before. 

* * * 

S. L. ROTHAFEL 

President, Ro.ry Theaters Corp. 
I look forward to it with great expectancy and 
optimism. I hope to see business records broken 
m artistic achievements heretofore unparalleled. 

* * * 
AL Lie HTM AN 

General Manager of_ Domestic Distribution, 
United Artists Corporation 
I think 1927 will be distinguished by more and 
more individuality in the creation of independent 
productions. And in 1927 I think more and more 
exhibitors^ will support this individuality in great 
personalities, stars and producers, who create dis- 
tinctively individual types of entertainment. As 
for United Artists' sales organization, we shall go 
right on selling this individually created enter- 
tainment in the same manner as heretofore, in- 
dividually and on its merit. This specialization 



in production and in distribution is becoming 
more and more a necessity. 

SAMUEL GOLDWYN 
A decided tendency on the part of theater-goers 
to demand and respond more readily to produc- 
tions skillfully handled so that the utmost in 
sincerety and reality is developed will mark 1927. 
Industrially, we can congratulate ourselves upon 
the gratifying program being carried out in thea- 
ter-building, and upon the spirit of happy under- 
standing that exists between exhibitor, distributor 
and producer. 

CHARLES C. PETTIJOHN 
Cen'l Counsel, M.P.P.D.A. 
The consensus of opinion that will be furnished 
you in statements of impressions for the year 
1927 wiU be to the effect that 1927 should and will 
be a notable and prosperous year for all branches 
of the industry. That is my opinion. 

* * * 

HAROLD B. FRANKLIN 
Vice-President, Publix Theaters Corp. 
The year will tend towards further stabilization in 
the theater industry. A healthy expansion was 
recorded during the past year in many localities 
in keeping with the activity of the industry but 
there is evidence of an overseating problem at 
some points. Concern has been expressed in some 
quarters as to where the product was coming from 
to supply such excess theaters with good pictures. 
The motion picture theater has passed from the 
luxury list to one of universal necessity, and the 
motion picture has earned considerable moral sup- 
port in public opinion, which is an indication of 
real progress. The new year will be one of great 
competition, and only those will continue to pros- 
per who carry on efficiently. 

* * * 

CHARLES H. CHRISTIE 
Christie Film Corp. 
The year should be the greatest demonstration 
ever of the widespread playing of the best pictures. 
The last year showed us that more than ever be- 
fore the good pictures were playing not only in the 
high-class city houses but in the smallest hamlets 
and towns. The public everywhere knows about the 
successful productions even before prints are in 
the exchanges. They are satisfied nowhere with 
inferior grades of entertainment. They are look- 
ing forward to seeing all of the better films. 
Exhibitors realize this and you will find prac- 
tically 100% of them scanning eagerly the news 
of forthcoming pictures, because in the race which 
is on for survival the keen exhibitor knows that 
to preserve his life he must show on his screen 
the pictures which his public knows about and 
wants to see. 

He ^ i|: 

JOSEPH BRANDT 
President, Columbia Pictures Corp. 

The outstanding achievement will be the im- 
provement of the devices used for the synchroniz- 
ing of motion pictures with music. I look forward 
to several important developments in this field as 
there is considerable activity abroad in the develop- 
ment of several mechanical devices along this line. 

I look for a great number of new theaters and 
particularly activity in the building of big houses 
in the suburban sections of all big cities. _ I also 
look forward to the building of big houses in some 
of the smaller towns to take the place of the 
old style motion picture theaters. 

* * * 
A. I. MOELLER 

President, American Cinema Ass'n 
From an analysis of underlying basic conditions, 
it would appear that there is every reason to 
anticipate that 1927 will more firmly establish 
general prosperity with resultant benefits to the 
motion picture Industry. More sober minded judg- 
ment is gradually but surely gaining the ascend- 
ancy in motion picture circles. As a consequence 
the industry will employ more fully its great 
assets with a growing tendency toward greater 
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This may cause some slight surface disturbance 
because of certain unhealthy inflations, and tend 
in a number of instances to curtail production. 
There will, however. Lie a much more healthful 
undercurrent because of the better balancing of 
basic production and distribution. 



FRANK WILSON 
President, M. P. Capital Corp. 

My hope is that 1927 will contribute to a mental 
readjustment among the doers of our industry, 
along the following lines : 

1 — To bring producers and directors to a fuller 
realization that in any creative art, the expenditure 
of money is not the measure of the greatness of 
the product. 

2 — To teach distributors that "over selling" or 
the exaction of unjust rentals, to support inflated 
production costs, will only serve to speed circuit 
consolidation and other forms of defensive alliance 
and thus tend to shrink rather than augment, 
revenues. 

* if :^ 

SAM SAX 
President, Gotham Prod. 
No longer looked upon by the public as a poor 
relation of the stage, the screen is both in point 
of volume of business, attendance and artistic 
merit, the leading amusement factor in the world. 
Phenomenal strides in technique have and will con- 
tinue to be made in all branches of the industry 
and the resources of other and allied branches of 
science will be applied in a measure hitherto un- 
dreamed of. The public is quick to realize ex- 
cellence in any part of the picture and will not 
accept the inferior. 

* * * 

M. H. HOFFMAN 
Vice-President, Tiffany Prod. Inc. 
There are three kinds of people — the calamity 
howlers, the castle-in-the-air builders and those 
with their feet on the ground. In my opinion 
this industry is no different from any other. It 
has its rises and falls ; it has its changes which 
require adjustments ; but when it is all boiled 
down, this business is not much different from 
any other business. It resolves itself to the sur- 
vival of the fittest. You can't keep the public 
away from good pictures. It is not a matter of 
fine theaters or fine seats or of fine orchestras. 

W. RAY JOHNSTON 
President, Rayart Pictures Corp. 
You can buy a pair of shoes for as high as 
$60 or as low as $3 or $4. In between there is a 
happy medium — somewhere in the neighborhood of 
$10 or $14 — which appeals strongly to Mr. Aver- 
age Man. So it is with motion pictures. There 
is the picture which costs hundreds of thousands 
of dollars to create, and there is the picture made 
on the proverbial shoe-string. In between the two 
there is the production upon which the rank and 
file of theater-goers the world over have set 
their approval ; pictures well and conscientiously 
made under a system which neither encourages 
parsimony nor permits of extravagant expenditures. 
For productions of this calibre there is always a 
definite market. 

* * * 

M. a. LEVEE 
General Executive Manager, First National Produc- 
tions, Hollywood 
Any estimate of future progress must take 
cognizance of the continuous development along 
all lines converging to the ultimate of better prod- 
uct. Every day brings new discoveries, new faces, 
new methods. This has been the history of the 
industry since its comparatively recent inception 
as an art and a form of entertainment and expres- 
sion. I can see a development of the lighter 
forms of entertainment; the comedy element raised 
to a higher degree of perfection, the comedy drama 
verging upon the lighter side. At the same time, 
the romantic theme has never been more strongly 
exemplified and it might be said that the two ele- 
ments of "love and laughter" will hold the field. 



GEORGE A. BLAIR 
Sales Manager, M. P. Film Department, Eastman 
Kodak Company 
The last year has been one of great national 
prosperity, probably unsurpassed in our history, 
and all lines of industry, including motion pic- 
tures, have participated in the benefits. Taking 
the conditions of 1926 as a basis from which to 
forecast, the outlook is most encouraging and 
evidences every indication of a continuance of 
prosperity throughout the year. 

SAM E. MORRIS 
General Manager, Warner Bros. 
Experienced from the type of amusement they 
have been accustomed to, the public isn't just going 
to the movies anymore. This means that the peo- 
ple who support pictures are calling for a different 
class of productions. They insist on real enter- 
tainment. The exhibitor who presents a double 
bill and a couple of short features may think he 
is giving his patrons a bargain, but he isn't. They 
are no longer interested generally in this sortof en- 
tainment. The public demands big productions 
with proper surroundings — shows with entertain- 
ment value. 

* * * 

JAMES R. QUIRK 
Publisher, "Photoplay" 
I don't think anj^hing revolutionary is going 
to happen to the industry in 1927. For the past 
few years the industry has been building on such 
a sound basis, as is evidenced by the willingness 
of hard headed businessmen to put real money 
into great motion picture houses, not only in 
America, but all over the world, that by the end 
of 1927, the phrase "The business is in its in- 
fancy," will go to the limbo of forgotten phrases. 
Having attracted nearly every director and star 
of any accomplishment, along with scores of others 
who have shown promise, to the American studios, 
I believe that the foreign countries who are now 
studying kontingent systems and trade barriers, 
will realize the futility of trying to build import 
walls and that their only hope is an effort for 
practical development of production in their own 
lands. 

* * * 

HARRY RAPE 
Associate Producer, M-G-M 
The year will see the director playing a more 
important part in the production of a picture, 
than ever before. Aside from the actual direc- 
tion of the picture, the director will have more to 
do with the actual creation of the plot and the 
development of the production in its every phase. 
Every indication points to the fact that the direc- 
tor of the future will contribute more and more 
in the creation of the story he directs. 

O. H. BRIGGS 

Sales Mgr., Du-Pont-Pathe Film Mfg. Corp. 

The film industry is starting the new year 
without a handicap. Our country's general and 
prolonged prosperity, coupled with the confident 
outlook of the industry's leaders, assures an ag- 
gressive program for the coming year. All 
branches of the business seem keenly alive to the 
enormous possibilities which are before us. We 
e.xpect the best year in the history of the business. 

ALFRED WEISS 
President, Red Seal Pictures Corp. 
With the nation in the most prosperous condi- 
tion that has ever prevailed, we start 1927 with 
every condition warranting the New Year to eclipse 
all of those motion picture years that have gone 
before. Nevertheless success in the motion pic- 
ture business requires not only the prosperous 
condition of the country, but it also calls for qual- 
ity. It has taken many years for us to reach 
the leading position that we hold. During the past 
year we have heard much of agitation against the 
American picture, by other countries. Of course 
that in itself is a compliment to our progression 
and the soundness of our position, but let us be 
sure that we do not take ourselves for granted. 



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INDEPENDENTS 



IT IS SIGNIFICANT that of the 
seven hundred and forty feature 
releases of 1926, over two hun- 
dred and forty, or one-third, came 
from independent producers. 

Covering a wide range of tastes 
and more particularly catering to the 
exhibitor demand for outdoor pic- 
tures, the independent factors in the 
American production field are meet- 
ing a definite requirement and meet- 
ing it well. 

There follows in this section a list 
of 1926 releases by companies and 
an advertising directory of a number 
of important units in this branch of 
the business. Data on independent 
exchanges in the United States and 
Canada will be found beginning page 
449. Distributors are listed on page 
459. Independent producers and their 
studios, published elsewhere, can be 
found by consulting the editorial 
index. The personnel of outstanding 
independent producer-distributors be- 
gins on page 825. 



A Directory of Independent Produc- 
ers and Distributors, Outlining their 
Policies and Their Products. 



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Independent Releases of 1926 

rpHE VARIETY of entertainment features released by independent distributors 
•^throughout 1926 was indeed wide. The preponderance is to be found in westerns, 
those never-failing draws at the box-office. The Hne-ups of major independent or- 
ganizations are here given in full. 



Release 
Date 



American Cinema Assoc. 

Title 



Release 
Date 



Chesterfield M. P. Corp. 

Title 



Aug. 1 — Then Came the Woman 

Sept. 1 — ^Jack of Hearts 

Sept. 23 — Dame Chance 

Oct. IS — The Man in the Shadow 



Artclass Pictures Corp. 



No release 
dates 



- Reckless Courage 
Galloping Jinx 
Action Galore 
Thundering Through 
Hoodoo Ranch 
Tangled Hearts 
Twin Triggers 
Easy Going 
Quicker'n Lightnin' 
Desert Demon 
Saddle Cyclone 
A Streak of Luck 
Trumpin' Trouble 
Coming an' Going 
Deuce High 
Speedy Spurs 
Tearin' Loose 
Hurricane Horseman 
Galloping On 
The Roaring Rider 
Vanishing Hoofs 
The Fighting Cheat 
Riding Rivals 
Double Daring 
Win, Lose or Draw 
Luck and Sand 
The Blind Trail 
Without Orders 



Aywon Film Corp. 



No release — His Greatest Battle 
dates Riding Wild 

The Walloping Kid 
Cowboy Courage 
Twin Six O'Brien 
Pony Express Rider 
Oil and Romance 
Queen of Spades 
The Wildcat 
The Fighting Gob 
Sheep Trail 
West of Mojav 
Sky's the Limit 
Anything Once 
Free Kisses 
The Midnight Flower 



Chadwick Pictures Corp. 

Jan. 1 — The Prince of Broadway 

Jan. IS — ^^Sweet Adeline 

Feb. 1 — The Count of Luxembourg 

Feb. 15 — The Transcontinental Limited 

Mar. 1 — The Test of Donald Norton 

Mar. IS — Winning the Futurity 

Sept. IS— The Bells 

Oct. IS — Devil's Island 

Nov. 15— April Fool 

Dec. IS — Sunshine of Paradise Alley 



Jan. — Lucky Spurs 
Feb.— Beyond All Odds 
Apr. — Western Trails 
May — Thundering Speed 
July — The Last Chance 
Sept. — Beyond the Trail 
Nov. — The Lure of the West 

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Jan. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

May 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 



May 
June 
July 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 



Columbia Pictures 

1 — When Husbands Flirt 

1— The Lure of the Wild 

1 — ^Ladies of Leisure. 

1— The Fate of a Flirt 

1— The Thrill Hunter. 
25— The Lone Wolf Returns. 

5 — The Belle of Broadway. 
25 — The False Alarm 

7 — Sweet Rosie O'Grady 
25 — When the Wife's Away 

5— Obey the Law 
20 — The Truthful Sex 

5— The Better Way 
20 — Remember 
20 — ^Stolen Pleasures 

* * * 

Elbee Pictures Corp. 

1 — Racewild 

1 — The Warning Signal 

1 — Pursued 

1 — Speeding Thru 

1 — Frenzied Flames 

1— Pay Off 

1 — Forest Havoc 

1 — Lightning Reporter 

* * * 



Excellent Pictures 

Aug. IS— The Kick-OfiF 

Oct. IS — A Man of Quality 

Dec. 15 — Striving for Fortune 

* * * 

Goodwill Pictures, Inc. 

No release — Melodies 

dates The Ghetto Shamrock 
False Friends 
Her Own Story 
Midnight Faces 
Dangerous Traffic 
Eyes Right 
The Midnight Message 
The Fighting Stallion 
Hellhounds of the Plains 
Desert Greed 
The Outlaw Breaker 
The Iron Rider 
Wild Horse Canyon 

* * ^ 

Lee-Bradford {Artlee Pictures) 

Sept. 1— The Rat 

Oct. 1 — Pleasure Garden 

Nov. 1 — Mountain Eagle 

Dec. 1 — Spider Webs 

Artlee Pictures 

Jan. 1 — Passionate Adventure 

Feb. 15 — The Blackguard 

Mar. 1 — She 

Apr. 1 — Dangerous Virtue 

May 1 — Officer Jim 



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MacFadden True Story Pictures, Inc. 

Release 
Date Title 



Release 
Date 



Title 



Jan, 
Feb. 



Jan.- 
Feb.- 
Mar.- 
Apr.- 
May- 
June- 
July- 
Aug.- 
Sept. 
Oct.- 
Nov." 
Dec- 
Dec- 
Dec- 
Dec- 



Nov. 
Dec. 



-Wives At Auction 
-Broken Homes 



Lutnas Film Corp. 

-One of the Bravest 
-The Phantom of the Forest 
—The Speed Limit 
-Hearts and Spangles 
-The Sign of the Claw 
-Racing Blood 
-The Golden Web 
—The Block Signal 
—King of the Pack 
-The Silent Power 
—Money to Bum 
-Heroes of the Night 
-The Mile-a-Minute Man 
-Through Thick and Thin 
-The Winning Wallop 



Motion Pictur&^Guild 

1 — The Road to Broadway 
IS— The Jazz Girl 



Nov. — The Sheriff's Girl 

Roaring Bill Atwood 

West of the Rainbow's End 

Nov. — -Wolves of the Desert 
The Speed Cop 
A He-Man's Country 
The Kentucky Handicap 
Tentacles of the North 
Hi-Jacking Rustlers 

Dec. — -West of the Law 
The Gallant Fool 
In Broncho Land 
The Night Owl 
The Smoke Eaters 
A Ridin' Gent 



Sierra Pictures Corp. 

Jan. — Just Travlin' 
Feb. — Eyes of the Desert 
Mar. — Ridin' Fool 
Apr. — Gasoline Cowboy 
May^Desperate Odds 
June — Border Rider 
Sept. — Here He Comes 
Dec. — Keep Going 
Dec. — The Lovin' Fool 
Dec. — Feud Woman 



Preferred Pictures 

June 15 — Lew Tyler's Wives 

July IS — The Romance of a Million Dollars 

Sept. 1 — Dancing Days 

Oct. IS — Shameful Behavior 

Nov. IS— His New York Wife 

Dec. 20 — Exclusive Rights 



Rayart Pictures Corp. 

Jan. — Somebody's Mother 

The Danger Quest 

Mistaken Orders 

Red Blood 

Broadway Billy 

Fighting Luck 

Starlight's Revenge 
Feb. — Ace of Clubs 

Racing Romance 

The Lost Express 

The Iron Fist 

Fighting Thorobreds 
Mar. — Perils of the Coast Guard 

The Windjammer 

The Man from Oklahoma 

The Self Starter 

Crossed Signals 

The Lost Trail 

A Desperate Chance 
Apr. — One Punch O'Day 

The Call of the Klondike 

The Dangerous Dude 

The Fast Freight 

Buried Gold 

Riding for Life 
May — The Road Agent 

A Narrow Escape 

Moran of the Mounted 

Rapid Fire Romance 
June — The Winner 

The Last Alarm 
July — Stick to Your Story 
Aug. — None 
Sept.— The Wolf Hunters 

The Grey Devil 

The Baited Trap 

The Temporary Sheriff 

The Heart of a Coward 
Oct.— The Dixie Flyer 

Speed Crazed 

The High Flyer 



Sterling Pictures Corp. 

Jan. 15 — A Desperate Moment 

Feb. IS— The Checkered Flag 

Mar. 15 — Brooding Eyes 

Apr. 10 — -The Taxi Mystery 

May 10 — -Whispering Canyon 

June 10 — The Millionaire Policeman 

Aug. 1 — Men of the Night 

Aug. 20 — Christine of the Big Tops 

Sept. 1 — Unknown Treasures 

Sept. 15 — A Woman's Heart 

Oct. 5 — Devil's Dice 

Oct. 30 — Dangerous Friends 

Nov. 5— Oh What a Night 

Nov. 25-^Wolves of the Air 

Dec. 15 — Tongues of Scandal 



Sunset Productions 

Jan. 1 — Kit Carson Over the Great Divide 
Mar. 1— Buffalo Bill On the U. P. Trail 
May 1 — Daniel Boone Thru the Wilderness 
June IS — Sitting Bull At the Spirit Lake Massacre 
Aug. 1 — Davy Crockett At the Fall of the Alamo 
Sept. 15 — General Custer At Little Big Horn 



Jan.- 
Apr.- 
May- 
July- 
Aug." 
Sept. 
Sept.- 
Oct.- 
Nov.- 
Nov.- 
Dec- 
Dec- 
Dec- 



Tiffany Productions 

-Pleasures of the Rich 
-Out of the Storm 
-Morganson's Finish 
-Lodge in the Wilderness 
-That Model From Paris 
—Lost at Sea 
—Fools of Fashion 
-College Days 
— Josselyn's Wife 
—Sin Cargo 
-One Hour of Love 
-The First Night 
-Redheads Preferred 



OVER 330 INDEPENDENT EXCHANGES 

Throughout the United States and Canada, there 
are approximately 330 independent exchanges serv- 
ing film to exhibitors. The total number, including 
those of independents and exchanges of national 
distributors, reachea 750. 

Many independent regional distributors operate 
several branches in their territory. A complete 
list of exchanges appears on pages 449-459. 



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We Are Proud of Our Record 

for the Season Past 

NO personal effort has been too great, no financial 
risk too much to assume, no production under- 
taking too vast to keep every promise made at the 
outset of the season. 

We've accomplished much this year. 

Perfected a national system of distribution. 

Bought our own studio— engaged leading directors 
and star players. 

Broke box-office records from coast to coast with 
our pictures. 

WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR PAST COOPERATION 



Adiievements This Year 

THE coming season will find Columbia a still more 
important factor in the industry. 

Our plans for 1927-28 are most pretentious, but 
based upon the good common sense foundation of 
keeping the satisfaction of the exhibitor and the public 
uppermost in mind. 

We shall produce and release for 1927-28 a series 
of productions w^hose chief objectives will be enter- 
tainment value for the public and a profitable invest- 
ment for exhibitors. 

WE SOLICIT YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT 



COLUMBIA PICTURES 

J NATIONAL INSTITUTION 

JOE BRANDT, President 
HARRY COHN, Vice President JACK COHN, Treasurer 



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WILL DISTRIBUTE 

A SERIES OF THROBBING 



DRAMAS FROM EVERYDAY LIFE 

Produced by 
and Eagerly Awaited by 

16500,000 



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THE ASTUTE SHOWMAN WILL CLEAFk^ 
LY SEE WHAT THIS MEANS IN DOL^ 
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Built For The Box Of fice 




"The Golden Web" "The Block Signal" 

"King of the Pack" "The Silent Power" 

"Money to Burn" ^ "Heroes of the Night" 

"Quarantined Rivals" ' "The Final Extra" 

"The Silent Avenger" "Sinews of Steel" 

"The Woman Who Did Not Care" "Mountains of Manhattan" 

Released by 

LUMAS FILM CORPORATION 

1650 Broadway Sam Sax, President New York 

Foreign Distributors — Inter Ocean Film- Corp. 

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A Year of Sterling Accomplishments 

with 

STERLING PRODUCTIONS 

Season of 1926-27 



"Men of the Night" 
"Unknown Treasures" 
"A Woman^s Heart" 
"Oh, What a Night" 
"Tongues of Scandal" 
"Wolves of the Air" 



"In the First Degree' 
"The Cruel Truth" 
"Red Signals" 
"She's My Baby" 
"The Poor Fish" 
"Closed Gates" 



BANNER PRODUCTIONS 

Christine of the Big Tops" "The Cancelled Debt* 
Devil's Dice" "Wanted— A Coward" 

Dangerous Friends" "Thumbs Down" 



Sterling Pictures Distributing Corp^ 

HENRY GINSBERG, President 

1650 Broadway, New York City 



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I 



''AN INSTITUTION OF COLOR'' 



KELLEY COLOR FILMS, Inc. 



1040 McCadden Place, 
Hollywood, Cal. 

Co/or Work of Every Description 



Color Tinting- and Spotting 

SPECIAL COLOR 

Handschiegl Process 

IRENE 

LIGHTS OF OLD BROADWAY 

SEVEN KEYS TO BALDPATE 

GIRL FROM THE MONTMARTRE 

FEET OF CLAY 

VOLCANO 

SALLY 

WE MODERNS 

GREATER GLORY 

MERRY WIDOW 

GREED 

MIKE 

PHANTOM OF THE OPERA 

BIG PARADE 

STEPPING ALONG 

NIGHT OF LOVE 



Natural Color Negatives and Positives 

COMPLETE PRODUCTIONS 

Kelley Process 

HOLLYWOOD 

CATALINA 

MISSIONS 

DESOLATE BEAUTY 

BABYLAND 

ECTOTYPES 

PLASMAS 

BIRDS AND BEASTS 

MAY-DAYS 

THERE IS A GARDEN 

NATURE'S GARLANDS 

SKY HIGH 

FEATHERED BRAVES 

And many others including the 

famous series 

COLORING THE STARS 



AND NOW 

"THE FIRE BRIGADE" 

With the greatest fire scenes ever put in a pic- 
ture. So real they make you perspire. One of 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's greatest productions. 



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To sum it up briefly: 

You are in business 

to make money 

And every Ray art Picture 

is a money-maker 

FOR THE SEASON OF 1927-1928 

6 "Famous Authors" Pictures 

6 Superior Melodramas 

6 Imperial Photoplays 

1 2 Whirlwind Westerns 

(with Rayart's Rough Riders) 

26 Rayart Raydiant Comedies 



RAYART PICTURES CORPORATION 

723 SEVENTH AVENUE NEW YORK CITY 



W. Ray Johnston ^9 .^^^^'^W^S^' Dwight C. Leeper 

President t^^i^a .^■^F^^J Vice-President 



FOREIGN DISTRIBUTORS, RICHMOUNT PICTURES, INC. 



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12-HARTFORD PRODUCTIONS-12 
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EDGAR A. GUEST 
Poetic Jewels 

— Series of Thirteen — 



Works of America's Poet Laureate, known 
to 25 Million daily newspaper readers and 
loved by 75 Million more, visualized with a 
their sentimental appeal and more. Pro- 
duced under direction of Charles L. Glett 
and photographed by G. Walter Scott. 



SUPER SINGLE REELERS 



Available Through Thirty 
ACA 

Exchanges 

AMERICAN CINEMA ASSOCIATION 

National In Scope — Individual in Service 
1650 Broadway, New York 

CABLE ADDRESS: INACAFILMS, NEW YORK 
FOREIGN DISTRIBUTION 



INTERNATIONAL 



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25 West 43rd St, New York 



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With thoughts of sincere appreciation from 

WINKLER PICTURES, Incorporated 

CHARLES B. MINTZ, President 

to 




NAT. L. MINTZ 

Manager of Production 




GEORGE WINKLER 

Supervisor of Production 




WALT DISNEY 

Producer of our 
ALICE" Comedies 






HAL SINTZENICH 

Writing and directing a 
series of two reelnovelties 
for Famous-Players release 



W. C. "Bill" NOLAN 

Producer of our 
"KRAZY KAT" Comics 



ANDREW L. STONE 

Writing and directing a se- 
ries of two reel novelties for 
Famous-Players release 



Film Booking Offices of America 
Distributors of our 1926 - 1927 product 

Famous Players^Lasky Corporation 

Who will distribute our 1927 - 1928 
two reel novelties 



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TWO ROAD-SHOW 
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THE AMERICAN MAGAZINE'S 
OUTSTANDING STORY OF 1926 
BY BESS STREETER ALDRICH 

^THE WOMAN WHO 
WAS FORGOTTEN^^ 



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CHIVALRY'' 



CURRENT RELEASES:- 

F-B.O.— "PHANTOM JUSTICE"— Rod La Rocque-Estelle Taylor 

F^B.O*— "LOVE PIRATES"— Carmel Myers 

and "THE TRUTHFUL SEX" by Albert Le Vino 

WITH HUNTLEY QORDON— MAE BUSCH-IAN KEITH 
ROSEMARY THEBY-LEO WHITE— RICHARD TRAVERS 

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PRESENTS 

Season 1927-8 

A Series of 12 Two -Reel Dramatic-Comedies— Authentic 
Thrillers of American History 




This Series has been before the Public in book form for the 
past 35 years with ten million readers throughout the world 

NOW IN PRODUCTION 

With An All Star Cast 

ADAPTATIONS AND CONTINUITIES 

By Arthur Hoerl 




JOHN RAYMOND, Director STEWART B. MOSS, Co-Dir. 

GEORGE H. WILCOX, Prod. Mgr. 

SUITE 618 

1674 BROADWAY - NEW YORK CITY 



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Cranfield & Clarke, Inc. 

OFFER FOR 1927 - 1928 

A Featurette Program Of 
Outstanding Merit 



12-2 reel Dramas Deluxe famous 
paintings 

12-2 reel Shot and Powder Com- 
edies starring Tommy Al- 
bert 

12-2 reel Speed Cop Stunt Comed- 
ies all star cast 
6-2 reel Little Dramas of Big 
Places featuring Nell 
Shipman 
4-2 reel revivals of Famous Paint- 
ings starring Mary Astor 
and Reginald Denny. 

12-1 reel Boy Adventures starring 
Mickey Bennett 



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Cranfield & Clarke Inter- 
nationals novelty scenics 
of the world 

Sketchograffs Produced by 
Julian Ollendorff 

Roxy Radio Series 
Fun from the Press 
Novel Featurettes 
Hunting Wild Animals 
Alpine S. O. S. special 
Special "The Making of a 
King," life story of the 
Prince of Wales 
special "TAG-MAHAL" 
India's famous monument 



THE GREAT NUMBER OF FIRST 
RUN SHOWINGS IN BROADWAY'S 
FINEST THEATRES CONFIRMS THIS 



729 7th AVE. 
NEW YORK CITY 



LONDON — PARIS — BERLIN 

EXCHANGES IN PRINCIPAL CITIES THROUGHOUT THE 
UNITED STATES AND CANADA 



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Brand New 

2 REEL 

COMEDIES 

CHUCK FULL 

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Joseph Ornato, Pres. 



13 - TWO REEL SCREAMS 

"THE 

MISCHIEF MAKERS^^ 

With: Baby Bella, Frankie Ber, and Harold, The Wonder Dog 
Directed by JOSEPH ORNATO 



ALSO 13 - TWO REEL COMEDIES 

With: Dedic Veldi, Mae Reynolds and James Young Deer 



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Arthur J. Lamb 

Announces for 1927: 
The Molly May Series 

(2 reel comedies) 
The delightful adventures of 

Violet Mersereau 

(direction of Joseph Levering) 



Mr, Lamb will conclude making the 

^ Sally Runs Wild' Series 

in the Spring of 1927, featuring 

Miss Ann Pennington 

To be released by Henry Arias — 

1540 BROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY 

— Also — 
The Supreme Screen Sensation 

"The Lost Conimandinent'' 

(Super-Special) 



The Spanish Mystery Drama 

""^House of Forbidden Wine" 



Further details as to production and releases will appear 
during the year in the various trade and theatrical papers 



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JUDSON H. GRANT 

PRESENTS 




AL JOY 



with 

ROSE MASS 

In a Series of- 12-2 REEL COMEDIES 

1927-28 

JOSEPH A. RICHMOND, Director 

PRODUCERS 

RICORDO FILMS, Inc. 



1674 Broadway, N. Y. C. 



Telephone; CIRCLE 1196 



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SERIES OF 12—2 REEL COMEDIES 
STARRING JIMMY AUBREY 

SERIES OF 8 STUNT MELO DRAMAS 
STARRING GEORGE MAGRILL 

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PRODUCERS AND DISTRIBUTORS OF 
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OUR PRODUCT FOR THE YEAR INCLUDES: 

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SERIALS 

STUNT MELODRAMAS 

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TWO REEL COMEDIES 

NOVELTY SHORTS 



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State Right Representative and 
Distributor of quality feature films 
in the United States and Canada 

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NOW DISTRIBUTING 

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Presents For 

1926 - 1927 

Six Police Dog Features 

Starring 

*'SANDOW'' 

Pathe Release 

12-2 Reel Special Police Dog Melodramas 

Starring 

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JOHN GORMAN PICTURES 

present for 1927 
Six High Class Society Dramas 



"HOME SWEET HOME" 

completed with 

MAHLON HAMILTON 
VOLA VALE 
HUGH ALLAN 
etc., etc., etc. 

"A BROADWAY DRIfTER" 

in production 

MORALS OF TO-DAY 
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FALSE HOPES 
HUMAN NATURE 

SERIES 

Directed by John Gorman 

Players under contract 

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Distributing direct to buyers 

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IN A SERIES 
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Peter L. Shamray - George F.Whitcomb 

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SUN PICTURES CORPORATION 

Announce 

A SERIES OF EIGHT ACTION MELODRAMAS 

FOR SEASON 1927-1928 



CURRENT RELEASES 

TEN— 2 Reel ADVENTURE STORIES 

Featuring 

KENNETH McDON ALD -«> Clara Horton 

Nine— 2 Reel 
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With 

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A SERIES OF SIX SOCIETY DRAMAS 




SAM EFRUS 



SUN PICTURES CORPORATION 
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Producer 
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1927-1928 

12 2-ReeI "Lightning" Police Dog 
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12 Eddie Gordon Comedies 



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SILETTI FILMS Inc. 

Presents for 
Season 1927 - 1928 

Series of 12 - 2 Reel Comedies 
First Two Completed 

" Oh For A Nurse '' Starring SID SMITH 
"Baby's Irish Nose'' Starring FATTY LAYMON 

Series of 3 - 5 Reel Features 
To Be Announced 

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243 West 42nd Street NEW YORK CITY 

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SID SMITH 

The Versatile Comedian • 
and 
Comedy Director 

Noiv starring in 
a series of 

TWO REEL COMEDIES 
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Fine Arts Studios 



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Short Subjects 

Available to the Independent Market 



Two Reel Subjects 

CANADIAN 
SERIES 



Sporting — Nature 
Scenic — Novelty 



DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN 

One Reel Subjects 



Two Reel Subjects 

ADVENTURE 

SERIES 

10 

Hunting — Fishing 

Adventure 



CANADIAN 
SERIES 

15 

Sporting — Nature 
Scenic — Novelty 



One Reel Subjects 

WORLD WIDE 

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IS . 

Hunting — Fishing 

Sporting — Scenic 

Nature 



Release Prints Available In Spanish or English 

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1442 Beachwood Drive Hollywood, Calif., U. S. A. 



Pacific Coast Agents 

F. J. Hawkins & Associates 

5360 Melrose Ave. 

Hollywood, Calif., U. S. A. 



Eastern Agent 

Robert McGrath 

1110 Loew's State Theatre Bldg. 

New York, N. Y., U. S. A. 



One Sheets — 8x10 Stills — Press Books — Slides on all Series 






Lawrence (Larry) Kane 

Assistant Director 



''LIBERTY BOYS OF 76" 

j4 Series of 

Yl Two Reel Historic Dramas 



Tarr Photo 



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ALBERT ST. LOUIS 

"A Prince Among Lovers," "The Shadow of the Mosque," "Red Hot 
Papa," "Paris" (the real Paris), "Baby Boy," "Brother Jim." 

Manuscript plays and scenarios open: "ON STRIKE!," "Enemies of 
Love," "The Merry Bachelor," "Marriage by Proxy," "Blue Love," 
"Charity," "Shepherd and King," "A Mad God," "When Love Hates," 
"The Beloved Hunchback," "The Hoodoo" and a series of cartoons from 
his book of 1000 epigrams entitled: "HOT TAMALES." 

Collaborating with 

JOSEPH SYDNEY 

"Cupid's Law Suits," "Wanted a Wife," "An Orphan of the State," "A 
Son's Devotion," "Blood and Love," "Who Did It?" (An Extravaganza 
of New York Life). In preparation: "Witchery," "A Rabbit's Foot," 
"The Boob Magician" (spectacular trick photography). 

Represented by: 

REEL-COLORS, Inc. 

220 West 42d St. Phone: WISconsin 3711 
New York 




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They are hecovning world famous 

50,000,000 distributed last year 

150,000,000 to be distributed in 1927 

Are your pictures included? 

All patents owned by A. L. Godoy 

Sole Manufacturers: 

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Exchanges in the U. S. and Canada 

IN THE COMPILATION WHICH FOLLOWS appear the addresses of over 750 
exchanges in the United States and Canada. It includes independent exchanges and 
branches of national distributors. There are a few distributors listed as having ex- 
changes in nearly all key cities, but which really only have distributing arrangements 
with independent exchanges. The names of these distributors are recorded merely to 
aid those wishing to book that product. 

Officers, executives, division heads and other informative data regarding important 
distributors are included in another list. 



ALABAMA 
Birmingham 

E. & H. Distributing Corp., 529 North 18th St. 
yueen Feature Co., 30 Potter Bldg. 

ARKANSAS 
Little Rock 

Home State Film Co., 108 S. Cross St., (Branch of 

Atlanta. Dallas & Oklahoma City) 
Liberty-Specialty Film Dist. Corp., 1103 W. 
Markham St. 

CALIFORNIA 
Los Angeles 

All Star Feature Dist. Corp., 1926 S. Vermont 

St. (Branch of San Francisco) 
American Photoplayers Co., 1914 S. Vermont Ave. 
Anchor Film Distributors, 1442 Beech wood St. 
Anderson, E. E. 1906 S. Vermont Ave. 
Associated Exhibitors, 1926 S. Vermont St. 
Co-Operative Film Exchange, 1912 Vermont Ave. 

(Branch of San Francisco) 
Cranfield & Clarke, 4056 Sunset Blvd. 
Educational, 1920 S. Vermont Ave., J. L. Merrick. 
Famous Players, 1980 S. Vermont Ave., C. N. 

Peacock. 
Federated Film Distr. Inc., 738 S. Olive St. 
Film Booking Offices, 1924 S. Vermont Ave., H. 

C. Cohen. 
First National, 1918 S. Vermont Ave., N. H. 

B rower. 
Fox, 2019 S. Vermont Ave., J. J. Sullivan. 
Goodwill Exchange, 1936 S. Vermont Ave. 
M-G-M, 1926 S. Vermont Ave., A. B. Lamb. 
Motion Picture Standard, 1906 S. Vermont Ave. 
Mutual Independent Exchange, 1578 W. Washing- 
ton Blvd. 
Oppenheimer Film Exchange, (Branch of San 

Francisco) 
Pacific Coast Dist. (W. W. Kofeldt) 
Pathe, 1926 S. Vermont Ave., W. S. Wessling. 
Peerless Film Service, 1908 S. Vermont Ave. 

(Branch of San Francisco) 
Prod. Dist. Corp., 1966 S. Vermont Ave., J. S. 

Stout. 
Progress Features, 1908 S. Vermont Ave. (Branch 

of San Francisco) 
Red Seal, 1928 S. Vermont Ave., E. A. Benjamin. 
Supreme Film Co. Inc., 1922 S. Vermont Ave. 

(Branch of San Francisco) 
United Artists, 922 So. lOlive St., F. E. Benson. 
Universal, 1960 S. Vermont Ave.. D. Mitchell. 
Warner-Vitagraph, 1968 S. Vermont Ave., M. A. 

Hulling. 
Wilson, Thos. S.. 633 W. 42nd Place. 

San Francisco 

All Star' Feature Dist. Corp., 209 Golden Gate 
Ave., Louis Hyman. (Branch of Los Angeles) 

American Film & Equipment, 168 Golden Gate Ave. 

Associated Exhibitors, 321 Turk St. 

California Film Dist., 168 Golden Gate Ave. 

Co-Operative Film Exchange, 284 Turk St. (Branch 
of Los Angeles) 

Educational, 288 Turk St., G. C. Blumenthal. 

E. L. C. Film Exchange. 298 Turk St. 

Famous Players, 201 Golden Gate Ave., Tom 
Bailey. 

Film Booking Offices, 310 Turk St., W. E. Mat- 
thews. 

Fox, 308 Turk St., Fred W. Voigt. 



First National, 140 Leavenworth St., Chas. F. 

Muehlman. 
Goodwill Exchange. (Branch in Los Angeles). 
Hall Film Exchange, 295 Turk St. (Branch in 

Los Angeles) 
Independent Exchange, 294 Turk St. 
M-G-M, 215 Golden Gate Ave., G. C. Parsons. 
Mutual Independent Exchange, 281 Turk St. 
Oppenheimer Film Exchange, Loew Theater Bldg. 
Pacific Coast Distributors, 100 Golden Gate Ave. 

(Branches: Seattle, Portland, Salt Lake City, 

Denver and Butte) 
Pathe, 321 Turk St., L. E. Kennedy. 
Peerless Film Service. 177 Golden Gate Ave. 

(Branch in Los Angeles) 
Prod. Dist. Corp., 191 Golden Gate Ave., M. E. 

Cory. 
Progress Features, 177 Golden Gate Ave. (Branch 

in Los Angeles) 
Red Seal. 209 Golden Gate Ave., E. R. Williams. 
Sunset Film Exchange, 298 Turk St. 
Supreme Film Co., 294 Turk St. (Branch in Los 

Angeles) 
United Artists, 229 Golden Gate Ave., M. C. 

Coyna. 
Universal, 221 Golden Gate Ave.. C. Nathan. 
Warner-Vitagraph, 71 Leavenworth St.. Morgan 

A. Walsh. 

CANADA 
Calgary 

Canadian National Film Corp. Ltd., Princess Bldg. 

(Branch of Winnipeg) 
Canadian Universal Film Exchange, 408 East 8th 

St., E. F. Vaughan. 
Educational, 405 8th Ave., R. G. Appleton. 
Famous Players, 320 Traders Bldg., Wm. Kelly. 
First National, 300 Traders Bldg., H. T. Long. 
Fox, 111 First St. West, J. H. Huber. 
Regal Films, Ltd. (Branch of Toronto) 
United Artists, Traders' Bldg., L. C. Smart. 
Warner-Vitagraph, 330 Traders' Bldg. 

Montreal 

Aywon Films. Ltd.. 12 Mayor St. 

Canadian Universal Film Exchange, 12 Mayor St., 

L. Leduc. 
Columbia Pictures of Canada, Ltd., 12 Mayor St. 
Cranfield & Clarke, 12 Mayor St. 
Educational, 12 Mayor St., L. Hazza. 
Famous Players, 12 Mayor St., Ed English. 
Film De Luxe Co., Ltd., 12 Mayor St. 
First National, 12 Mayor St., A. Gorman. 
Fox, 12 Mayor St., W. C. Gehring. 
Independent Films, Ltd., 12 Mayor St. 
Magnet Films, Ltd. 

Regal Films, Ltd. (Branch of Toronto) 
United Artists, 12 Mayor St., C. M. Weiner. 
Warner-Vitagraph, 12 Mayor St., C. R. Osborn. 

St. John 

Canadian Universal Film Exchange, 158 Union 

St.. W. A. Sault. 
Cranfield & Clarke, Ltd., 27 Prince William St. 
Educational, 39 Waterloo St., H. Buckley. 
Famous Players, 133 Princess St., P. J. Hogan. 
First National, 29 Prince William St., VV. A. 

Owens. 
Fox. 87 Union St., R. G. March. 
United Artists, 162 Union St., W. H. Golding. 
Warner-Vitagraph, 162 Union St., Joseph Lieber- 

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St. John, N. B. 

Regal Films, Ltd. (Branch of Toronto) 

Toronto 

Canadian Educational Films, Ltd., 277 Victoria St. 
Canadian Independent Films, Ltd. (.liraaches 

throughout Canada. 
Canadian Universal Film Exchange, 277 Victoria 

St., C. Hague. 
Columbia Pictures of Canada, Ltd., 21 Wilton 

Square. 
Cranfield & Clarke, 21 Dundas St. 
De Luxe Films, Inc. 

Dominion Films (Allen Bros), 21 Dundas St. S. 
Educational, 277 Victoria St., O. R. Hanson. 
Famous Players, 111 Bond St., A. C. Benson. 
Film Booking Offices, 277 Victoria St., P. C. 

Taylor. 
First National, 211 Victoria St., J. I. Foy. 
Independent Film Distributing Corp., Dundas St. 

East. 
Independent Films, Ltd., 21 Wilton Square, Mr. 

Rosenfeld. 
Kauffman, Harry, 277 Victoria St. 
M-G-M, 120S Royal Bank Bldg., Phil Kaufman. 
Preferred Pictures, Ltd. 

Premier Films, Ltd., IS East Richmond St. 
Prod. Dist. Corp., 1201 Royal Bank Bldg., T. W. 

Brady. 
Regal Films, Ltd. Branches in Montreal, St. 

John, Winnipeg, Calgary and Vancouver. 
United Artists, Herman Bldg., 21 Wilton Square, 

J. W. Berman. 
Warner- Vitagraph, 21 Wilton Square, Frank 

Meyers. 

Vancouver 

Canadian Universal Film Exchange, 553 Granville 
St., R. Scott. 

Educational, 553 Granville St. 

Famous Players, 553 Granville St., W. R. Mar- 
shall. 

First National, 553 Granville St., J. I. Foy. 

Fox, 553 Granville St., C. R. Dippie. 



Regal Films, Ltd. (Branch of Toronto) 
Warner-Vitagraph, 81 Film Exchange Bldg., R. 
W. Wilson. 

Winnipeg 

British Canadian Feature 1' ihiis. 

Canadian National Film Corp., Ltd. (Branch at 

Calgary and Vancouver) 
Canadian National Film Corp., 302 Film Exchange 

Bldg., H. 1. Allen (.Branch of Calgary) 
Canadian Universal Film Exchange, 502 Film Ex- 
change Bldg., H. Svi'artz. 
Capitol Films, Ltd., 215 Curry Bldg. 
Cranfield & Clarke, Ltd., 402 Film Bldg. 
Educational, Film Exchange Bldg., S. A. Chalu. 
Famous Players, Film Exchange Bldg., A. C. 

Ritchie. 
Feature Films Co., 34 Aikens Bldg. 
First National, Film Exchange Bldg., M. Isman. 
Fox, 365 Hargrave St., J. A. Wilson, 
(iraham Productions Co.. 34 Aikens Bldg. 
Independent Films, Ltd., 302 Film Exchange 

Bldg. 
Regal Films, Ltd., (Branch of Toronto) 
United Artists, 403 Film Exchange Bldg., L. C. 

Smart. 
Warner-Vitagraph, 404 Film Eocchange Bldg.. 

Wolfe Cohen. 

COLORADO 
Denver 

Arrow Photoplays Co., 2044 Broadway. 
Associated Exhibitors, 2165 Broadway. 
Columbia Film Exchanges, 2075 Broadway, J. T. 

Sheffield. 
Cranfield & Clarke, 2020 Stout St. 
De Luxe Feature Film Exchange, 2020 Stout St- 
Educational, 2144 Champa St., A. P. Archer. 
Famous Players, 1625 Court Place, H. W. Braly. 
Film Booking Offices, 809 21st St., S. D. Weis- 

baum. 
First National, 2108 Broadway, J. H. Ashby. 
Fox, 2140 Champa St., Mell S. Wilson. 
Intermountain Educational Films, 1525 Tremont 

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Mountain States Attr. Co., 2108 Broadway. 
Nolan, H. T., Walton St. 
Pathe, 2165 Broadway, S. B. Rahn. 
Preferred Pictures Exchange, 2020 Stout St. 
Prod. Dist. Corp., 2071 Broadway, A. G. Edwards. 
(Juality Pictures, Inc., 82'8-21st St. 
Shooker Film Exchange, 2040 Broadway. 
United Artists, 2044 Broadway, J. A. Kmm. 
Universal, 801 21st St., G. E. Kosenwald. 
Warner-Vitagraph, 2102 Broadway, Chas. Gilmour. 

CONNECTICUT 

New Haven 

American Feature Film .Co., 136 Meadow St, 
(Branch of Boston) 

Associated Exhibitors, 134 Meadow St. 

Cranfield & Clarke, 134 Meadow St. 

Uepenilahle Pictures Corp. (Branch of Boston) 

Educational, 134 Meadow St., H. D. Noble. 

Famous Players, 134 Meadow St., John D. Powers. 

Film Booking Offices, 126 Meadow St., T. Jacobs. 

First National, 134 Meadow St., M. H. Keleher. 

Fox, 114 Meadow St., Harry Gibbs. 

Franklin Film Co., 126 Meadow St. (Branch of 
Boston) 

Golden Distributing Corp., 136 Meadow St'. (Branch 
of Boston) 

Independent Films, Inc., 130 Meadow St. (Branch 
of Boston) 

M-G-M, 134 Meadow St., W. A. Scully. 

Pathe, 134 Meadow St., Geo. Ames. 

Prod. Dist. Corp., 134 Meadow St., H. I. Gold- 
man. 

Red Seal, 130 Meadow St., Lester Tobias. 

Ritz Film Exchange, (A. C. A. Film Exchange — 
Red Seal Film Exchange) 128 Meadow St. 

United Artists, 134 Meadow St., H. M. Masters. 

Universal, 126 Meadow St., M. Joseph. 

Warner-Vitagraph, 134 Meadow St., Harry Olshan. 

Yale Film Exchange, 130 Meadow St. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 
Washington 

Associated Exhibitors, 916 G. St. 

Columbia Pictures Corp., 916 G. St., H. Barman. 

Educational, 926 New Jersey Ave. N. W., J. A. 

Bachman. 
Exhibitors Film Exchange, 916 G. St. N. W. 
Famous Players, 1101 N. Capitol Ave., Harry 

Hunter. 
Federated Film Exchange, 916 G St., N. W. 
Film Booking Oiifices, 916 G. St. N. W., F. L. 

McNamee. 
First National, 916 G. St. N. W., Robt. Smeltzer. 
Fox, 932 New Jersey Ave. N. W^, Herndon 

E^dmond. 
Gotham, 916 G. St. N. W. 
Independent Film Corp., 916 G. St. N. W. 
Liberty Film Exchange, 916 G. St. N. W. 
MG-M, 924 New Jersey Ave. N. W., R. Berger. 
Pathe, 916 G. St. N. W^, R. C. Robin. 
Prod. Dist. Corp.. 916 G. St. N. W., Clarence 

Eiseman. 
Progress Pictures, 916 G. St. N. W. 
Strand Film Service, New Tersey Ave. & K St 
Super Film Attrs., 905 Mather Bldg. 
Tno Productions. Inc., 926 New Tersey Ave. N W 
United Artists, 916 G. St. N. W., A. M. Wein- 

nierger. 
Warner-\'itagraph, 928 New Jersey Ave. N. W., 

Ralphe E. Binns. 

FLORIDA 

Jacksonville 

Famous Players, 110 X. Lee St., S. Chestnutt. 
Fdm Booking Ofifices, 927 W. Forsyth St., C. B. 

Ellis. 
Universal, 1123 So. Adams St., J. R. Barton. 

GEORGIA 

Atlanta 

Acme Film Dist. Inc., 97 Walton St. 
American Motion Picture Corp.. Ill Walton St. 
Associated Exhibitors, 116 Walton St. 
Bromberg Attractions. A. C, 106 Walton St.. 
A. C. Bromberg. 



Educational, 97 Walton St., J. H. Butner. 
Eltabran Film Co., 108 Walton St., Tom Branon 

(Branch in Charlotte) 
E. (Sc H. F'ilm Dist. Corp. 
Enterprise Film Corp., 129 Walton St. (Branches 

in New Orleans, Dallas, Memphis, Oklahoma 

City. Kansas City, St. Louis, Charlotte and 

Omaha) 
Famous Players. 110 Walton St., D. Prince. 
Film Booking Offices, 106 Walton St., C. L. 

Peavey. 
First National, 89 Walton St., C. R. Beacham. 
Fox, 113 Walton St., Geo. R. Allison. 
Home State Film Co., 146 Marietta St. (Branches 

in Little Rock, Dallas & Oklahoma City) 
Liberty-Specialty F'ilm Corp., 87 Walton St., 

Oscar Oldknow. (Branches throughout the 

South) 
M-G-M, 137 Walton St., J. W. Hanlon. 
Pathe, 116 Walton St., W. W. Anderson. 
Prod. Dist. Corp., 127 Walton St., Tom Little. 
Progress Pictures, Inc., 106 Walton St: (Branches 

throughout the South) 
Quality Film Service, 146 Marietta St. 
Red Seal, 129 Walton St., G. T. Chester. 
Savini Films, 111 Walton St. 
Standard Film Co., 146 Marietta St. 
United Artists, 106 Walton St., T. E. Dillard. 
Universal, 139 Walton St., B, Cammack. 
Warner-Vitagraph, 111 Walton St., J. T. Ezell. 

ILLINOIS 
Chicago 

Associated Exhibitors, 1023 So. Wabash Ave. 

Bland Bros., 734 So. Wabash Ave. 

Capitol Film Exchange, 738 So. Wabash Ave., 
Henri EUman (Branch in Indianapolis) 

Celebrated Players Film Corp., 810 So. Wabash 
Ave. (Branch in Indianapolis) 

Educational, 829 So. Wabash Ave., D. Dubin. 

E.xclusive Film Service, 730 So. Wabash Ave. 

Famous, 1327 So. Wabash Ave., N. F. Agnew. 

Film Booking Offices, 908 So. Wabash Ave., J. J. 
Sampson. 

Film Classics of Illinois, 831 S. Wabash Ave. 

First National, 831 So. Wabash Ave., R. C. Seery. 

Fox, 910 So. Wabash Ave., Clyde W. Eckhardt. 

Gotham, 808 So. Wabash Ave., Jerry Abrams. 

Greiver Prods., 831 So. Wabash Ave., Si Greiver. 

Harthill Pictures, 738 So. Wabash Ave. 

Illinois & Indiana Film Exchange, 804 So. Wa- 
bash Ave. 

M-G-M, 831 So. Wabash Ave., Felix Mendelssohn. 

Pathe, 1023 So. Wabash Ave., J. S. Gillick. 

Pilgrim Photoplay Exchange, 1150 So. Michigan 
Ave 

Premier Films Inc., 831 So. Wabash Ave. (Branch 
in Milwaukee) 

Prod. Dist. Corp., 831 So. Wabash Ave., H. S. 
Lorch. 

Progress Pictures Corp.. 808 So. W'aliash Ave. 
(Branches in Milwaukee and Indianapolis) 

Red Seal, 831 So. Wabash Ave., Chas. Lundgren. 

Reelcraft Film Exchange, 810 So. Wabash Ave. 
(Branch in Indianapolis;) '• 

Renown Pictures Inc.. 806 So. Wabash Ave. 
(Branch of New York CiCty) € 

Second National Pictures of Illinois. | 

Security Pictures. 808 So. Wabash Ave. 

•Short Subiect Exchange. 806 So. Waba=h Ave 

LTnited Artists, 804 So. Wabash Ave., C. C. Wal- 
lace. 

Universal, 831 So. Wabash Ave., L. W. Alexander. 

University Cinema Service. 806 So. Wabash Ave. 

Wabash Fi'm Exchringe. 804 So. Waba-^h Ave. 

Western Feature Films, 730 So. Wabash Ave. 

INDIANA 

Indianapolis 

Associated Exhibitors, 120 W. Michigan St. 
Capitol Film Exchange, 120 W. Michigan St., 

Frank Heller. 
Celebrated Players Film Corp., 144 W'. Vermont 

St., L. B. Goulden (Branch of Chicago) 
Educational, 120 W. Michigan St., H. C. Dressen- 

dorfer. 
Famous Players, 116 W. Michigan St., F. E. 

W^agoner. 
Film Booking Offices, 428 So. Illinois St., H. H. 

Hull. 



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First National (Robt. Lieber & Co.), 120 W. 

Michigan St., Floyd Brown 
Fox, 326 N. Illinois St., E. T. Gomersall. 
Griever Prods., 144 W. Vermont St., M. M. 

Moore. 
M-G-M, 438 No. Illinois St., W. W. Willman. 
Midwest Film Co., 218 Wimmer Bldg., John 

Servaas. 
Pathe, 120 W. Michigan St., A. W. Plues. 
Prod. Dist. Corp., 56 W. New York St.. W. A. 

Ratz. 
Progress Pictures Corp., 144 W. Vermont St., 

R. K. Shallenberger. (Branch of Chicago) 
Red Seal, 218 Wimmer Bldg., John Servaas. 
Reelcraft Pictures Corp.. 109 W. Maryland St., 

E. H. Sipe. (Branch of Chicago) 
Renown Pictures, Inc., 432 N. Illinois St., Ralph 

Abbott. (Branch of. New York City) 
State Film Service, 211 Wimmer Bldg., Oscar 

Kuschner. 
United Artists, 408 N. Illinois St., Joe Levy. 
Universal, 326 No. Illinois St., Wm. Each. 
Warner- Vitagraph, 436 No. Illinois St., Dudley 

Williston. 
W. I. Film Service, 211 Wimmer Bldg. 

IOWA 
Des Moines 

Associated Exhibitors, 1003J^ High St. 

Blank Enterprise, A. H., Commonwealth Bldg., 

H. M. Weinberg. 
Columbia Pictures Corp., lOOS High St. 
Educational, 1005 High St., J. L. Winn. 
Famous Players, 1117 High St., R. M. Copeland. 
Film Booking Offices, 915 Grand Ave., N. C. Rice. 
First National, 1001 High St., E. J. Tilton. 
Fox. 1022 High St., B. B. Reingold. 
Independent Film Co., Stern Bros. 
M-G-M, nil High St., W. E. Banford. 
Pathe, 1003^ High St., Walter Liebman. 
Premier Picture Exchanges, 1005 High St. 

(Branch of Omaha) 
Prod. Dist. Corp., 1003 High St., L. L. Phillips. 
Universal, 10th & High Sts., George Naylor. 



KENTUCKY 
Louisville 

American Motion Picture Co., Alamo Theatre Bldg. 
Big Feature Rights Corp., 917 W. Jefferson St., 



Jefferson St., L. Goldberg. 
S. First St., A. Kaufman. 
W. Jefferson St., Paul E. 



Lee Goldberg 
Educational, 917 W. 
Famous Players, 615 
First National, 919 

Krieger. 

LOUISIANA 
New Orleans 

Associated Exhibitors, 221 So. Liberty St. 

Bromberg Attractions, A. C. 

Creole Enter. Inc., 233 Liberty St. 

Educational, 415 Dryades St., J. B. Dumestre, Jr. 

Enterprise Dist. Corp.. 421 Dryads St. (Bran- 
ches in Atlanta & Charlotte) 

Famous Players, 944 Perdido St., H. F. Wilkes. 

Film Booking Oiifices, 419 Dryades St., Paul H. 
Tessier. 

First National, 1401 Tulane Ave., L. Conner. 

Fox, 1127 Girod St., B. L. Dudenhefer. 

Liberty Film Dist. Corp., 223 So. Lil)erty St. 
(Consolidation of Creole & Southern States. 
Branch of Atlanta) 

M-G-M, 223 So. Liberty St., C. J. Briant. 

Pathe, 221 So. Liberty St., H. L. Knappen. 

Prod. Dist. Corp., 409 Dryades St., G. C. Brown. 

Progress Pictures Inc., 730 Girod St. (Branch 
of Atlanta) 

Red Seal, 421 Dryades St., S. E. Mortimore. 

Universal, 1307 Tulane St., W. Richardson. 

Warner- Vitagraph, 1123 Girod St., F. Goodrow. 

MAINE 
Portland 

American Feature Film Co., 388 Congress St. 

(Branch of Boston) 
Famous Players, 263 St. Johns St., Al Bevan. 
Franklin Film Co. 
United Artists, 614 Fidelity Bldg., M. J. Garrity. 




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Director of 

BOX OFFICE 
ATTRACTIONS 

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MARYLAND 
Baltimore 

Apex Film Exchange, 412 E. Baltimore St. 

Clover Prod., 240 Fallsway St. 

Favorite Film Co., Inc., 143 E. Elizabeth St. 

Federated Film Exchange, 412 E. Baltimore St. 

Film Service Co., 228 No. Gay St. 

Globe Film Service, Haefels Bldg. 

Tri-State Pictures, Haefels Bldg. 

MASSACHUSETTS 
Boston 

American Feature Film Co. (Universal), 37 Pied- 
mont St., Harry Asher (Branch in New Haven 
& Portland, Ore.) 

Associated Exhibitors, i9 Church St. 

Astor Productions, Inc., 49 Church St. 

Beacon Films, 454 Stuart St. 

Boston Photoplay Co., 50 Broadway. 

Cadillac Film Corp.. 32 Winchester St. 

Capitol Films, 16 Piedmont St. 

Cosmopolitan Film Corp., 12 Piedmont St. 

Cranfield & Clarke, 44 Church St. 

Crown Film Corp., 50 Broadway. 

Dependable Pictures Corp,. 46 Church St., A. C. 
Snyder (Branch in New Haven) 

Eastern Feature Films, 57 Church St. 

Educational, 71 Broadway, J. J. Scully. 

Famous Players, 58 Berkeley St., Wm. Erbb. 

Federated Film Exchange, 48 Piedmont St. 

Film Booking Offices, 46 Piedmont St., E. J. 
O'Leary. 

First National, 52 Church St., T. B. Spry. 

Fox, 78 Broadway, Harry F. Campbell. 

Franklin Film Co. 42 Piedmont St. (Branches 
in New Haven and Portland, Me). 

Golden Distributing Corp., 57 Church St. (Branch 
in New Haven) 

Grand Arrow Films Inc., 58 Piedmont St. 

Hemmeiiway Film Co., 36 Church St. 

Hudson Pictures Corp., 46 Church St. 

Independent Film Corp., 10-12 Piedmont St., J. 
Montague. (Branch in New Haven) 

Major Film Corp., 56 Church St. 

Merit Film (L'o., 16 Piedmont St. (Branch of 
New York City) 

M-G-M, 60' Church St., M. N. Wolf. 

Moscow Films Inc., 19 Piedmont St. 

Motion Picture Corp., 7 Isabella St. 

N. E. Film Dist. Co., 40 Melrose St. 

Pathe, i9 Church St., R. C. Cropper. 

Pioneer Film Corp., 44 Church St. 

Prod. Dist. Corp., 48 Melrose St., Harry Kirch- 
gessner. 

Progress Pictures Inc., 46 Church St. 

Red S§al, 44 Church St., H. Segal. 

Screen Art Pictures Corp., 42 Melrose St. 

Specialty Film Service Co., 14 Melrose St. 

Standard Film Service. 23 Piedmont St. 

Supreme Film Corp . 19 Piedmont St. 

United Artists, 69 Church St., H. T. Scully. 

Warner- Vitagraph, 131 Arlington St., H. E. Elder. 

Worcester 

Picture Films Distriljutors Co., 66 High St. 

MICHIGAN 
Detroit 

American Booking Corp., 430 Insurance Exchange 

Bldg. 
American Motion Picture Co., 10111 Grand River 

Road. 
Associated Exhibitors, 159 E. Elizabeth St. 
Beecher Productions, Frank. Joseph Mack Bldg. 
Branch Prod.. Ray, 202 Film Exchange Bldg. 
Cadillac Features. 
Columbia Pictures Corp., 153 E. Elizabeth St. 

A. W. Bowman. 
Educational, 638 Film Bldg., M. H. Start. 
Exclusive Film Co.. 338 Insurance Exchanr'e Bldg. 
Famous Players. 2949 Cass Ave., Otto Belle. 
Favorite Film Co., 143 E. Elizabeth St., Wm. 

Hurlburt. 
Film Booking Offices, 159 E. Elizabeth St., A. M. 

Elliot. 
First National, 159 E. Elizabeth St., F. E. North. 
Fox, 66 Sibley St. 
International Distributors, 501 Insurance Exchange 

Bldg. 



Liberty Film Co., 568 Insurance Exchange Bldg. 
Martin Attractions, M.D., 304 Film Exchange Bldg. 
Metropolitan Motion Picture Co., 619 Insurance 

Exchange Bldg. 
M-G-M, 153 E. Elizabeth St. 

Michigan Picture Exchange, Inc., 238 Film Ex- 
change Bldg. 
Pathe, 159 E. Elizabeth St., Oscar Hanson. 
Prod. Dist. Corp., 159 E. Elizabeth St., Henry 

Zapp. 
Red Seal, Jos. Mack Bldg., Matt Goodman. 
Rex Film Co., 329 Insurance Exchange Bldg. 
Standard Film Service Co., Film Bldg. (Branch of 

Cleveland) 
United Artists, 344 Insurance Exchange Bldg., 

H. W. Traver. 
Universal, 159 E. Elizabeth St., R. E. Moon. 
Ward Exchange, W. D., Joseph Mack, Exchange 

Bldg. 
Warner-Vitagraph, John R. & Elizabeth Sts., J. V. 

Allen. 
Wolverine Exhibitors, Inc., 402 Film Bldg. 

MINNESOTA 
Minneapolis 

Advance Film Exchange, Film Exchange Bldg. 
Associated Exhibitors, 72 Western Ave. 
Celebrated Film Exchange, 206 Film Exchange 

Bldg. (Not a branch of Celebrated Film Ex- 
change in Chicago or Milwaukee) 
Crandall P'ilms, Guy, 306 Film Exchange Bldg. 
Elliot Film Corp., 510 Film Exchange Bldg. 
Equitable Film Co., 506 Film E.xchange Bldg. 
Educational, 413 Loeb Arcade, G. Ralph Branton. 
Famous Players, 1100 First Ave, No., A. B. Leak. 
F. & R. Film Co., 413 Loeb Arcade, G. Ralph 

Branton. 
Film Booking Offices, Film Exchange Bldg., M. J. 

Frisch. 
First National, 501 Loeb Arcade Bldg., Thos. A. 

Burke. 
Fox, 36 Western Ave., Wm. J. Clark. 
Friedman Film Corp., Film Exchange Bldg., Ben 

Friedman. 
Independent Film Exchange, Loeb Arcade Bldg. 
Ludwig Film Exchange, Loeb Arcade Bldg. (Branch 

of Milwaukee) 
M-G-M, 74 Western Ave., W. H. Workman. 
Pathe, 72 Western Ave., H. J. Bayley. 
Prod. Dist. Corp., 42 Western Ave., E. J. Lipson. 
Screen Classics Corp., 319 Loeb Arcade Bldg. 
Tri-State Film Co., Loeb Arcade Bldg., E. 

McErlane. 
United Artists, 503 Loeb Arcade Bldg., H. O. 

Martin. 
LTniversal, Loeb Arcade Bldg., Mark Ross. 
Warner-Vitagraph, 70 Western Ave., Louis J. 

Blumberg. 

MISSOURI 
Kansas City 

Associated Exhibitors, 111 W. 17th St. 

Blank Film Enterprises, A. H., 130 West 18th St. 

(First National franchise holder and also handles 

Independent Product) 
Cinema Distributing Co., Ill West 18th St. 
Crescent Film Co.. 115 W. 17th St. 
Economy Film Service Co., 113 West 18th St. 

(Branch in Omaha) 
Educational, 130 W. 18th St., C. A. Jones. 
Enterprise Film Corp., Ill West 18th St. (Branch 

of Atlanta) 
Famous, 110 W. 18th St , Arthur H. Cole. 
Film Booking Offices, 1717 Wyandotte St., R. E. 

Churchill. 
Film Classics, 115 W. 17th St. 

First National, 1712 Wyandotte St., Wm. Warner. 
Fox, 1901 Wyandotte St., John Nolan. 
Independent Film Corp. 

M-G-M, 1706 Wyandotte St., C. E. Gregory. 
Midwest Film Dist., 1710 Baltimore Ave., E. C. 

Rhoden. 
Pathe. Ill W. 17th St., R. S. Ballentyne. 
Peerless Film Service, 109 W. 18th St. 
Prod. Dist. Corp., 109 W. 18th St., C. A. 

Schultz. 
Progress Film Service. 113 West 18th St. 
Red Seal, 115 W. 18th St., Robt. W. Withers. 
Standard Film Exchange, 113 West 18th St. 



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United Artists, 1706 Baltimore Ave, Guy F. 

Navarre. 
Universal, 1710 Wyandotte St., H. Taylor. 
Warner-Vitagraph, 1820 Wyandotte St., E. L. 

Alperson. 
Western Pictures Co., 117 West 17th St. 

St. Louis 

Arrow Pictures Corp., 3405 t)live St. 

Associated Exhibitors, 3320 Olive St. 

Columbia Pictures Corp., 3317 Olive St. 

Educational, 3334 Olive St., S. J. Hankin. 

Enterprise Distributing Corp., 3320 Lindell Blvd. 
(Branch of Atlanta) 

Famous Players, 3721 Washington Bldg., M. 
Schweitzer. 

Film Booking Offices, 3312 Olive St., Tom 
McKean. 

First National, 3319 Locust St., Harry Weiss. 

Fox, 3314 Olive St., Geo. E. McKean. 

Gotham, 3312 Lindell Bldg., Tack Weil. 

M-G-M, 3332 Olive St., C. t. Lynch. 

Pathe, 3318 Olive St., Tames S. Harris. 

Prod. Dist. Corp., 3308 Lindell Blvd., Jack 
O'TooIe. 

Progress Pictures Corp., 3320 IJndell Blvd. 

Premier Pictures Corp., 3314 Lindell Blvd., Nat 
E. Steinberg. 

St. I^ouis Film Exchange, 3334 Olive St. (.Skouras 
Bros. Exchange. First National franchise hol- 
der and abso handles independent product) 

Skirboll Gold Seal Prod. 

United Artists. 3328 Olive St., Wm. A. Barron. 

United Film Exchange, 3314 Lindell Blvd., Sam 
Werner. 

Universal, 3320 Olive St., M. Gottlieb. 

Warner-Vitagraph, 3310 Lindell Bldg., L. E. 
Goldhammer. 

Weil Pictures, Inc., Jack, 3312 Lnidel Blvd. 

MONTANA 
Butte 

Associated Exhibitors, 116 W. Granite St. 
Columbia Exchange, 109 N. Montana St. 



Greater Features, Inc., 109 North Montana St. 
(Branch of Seattle) 

M-G-M, 38 W. Broadway, Mrs. Emily Larson. 

Pacific Coast Distributors. (Branch of San Fran- 
cisco) 

Pacific Coast Dist. (W. W. Kofeldt), Branch of 
San Francisco. 

Pathe, 116 W. Granite St., W. M. Hughhart. 

Prod. Dist. Corp., 51 W. Broadway, David McEl- 
hinney. 

Quality Pictures, 109 N. Montana St. 

Universal, 23 So. Montana St., W. Heineman. 

NEBRASKA 
Omaha 

Associated Exhibitors, 1508 Davenport St. 
Columbia, Film Bldg., 15th & Davenport Sts. 
Crescent Film Exchange, 15th & Davenport St. 
Educational, 1508 Davenport St., A. L. Blank. 
Enterprise Distributing Corp., 1510 Davenport St. 
Famous Players, 1610 Davenport St., A. Mende- 

hall. 
Film Booking Offices, 1508 Davenport St., S. W. 

Fitch. 
First National, 1511 Chicago St., W. C. Brimmer. 
Fontenelle Feature Film Co., 1506 Davenport St. 
Fox. 1509 Chicago St., M. A. Levy. 
Independent Film Co., 1508 Davenport St. (Stern 

Bros) 
Liberty Films, Inc., 1514 Davenport St. 
M-G-M, 1512 Davenport St., F. C. Hensler. 
Pathe, 1508 Davenport St., R. O. Pearson. 
Premier Picture Exchanges, 1508 Davenport St. 

(I?ranch in Des Moines) 
Prod. Dist. Corp., 1516 Davenport St., Albert 

Danke. 
Red Seal, Film Exchange Bldg., J. M. Stern. 
Sterling Film Corp., 1304 Farnam St. 
United Artists, 1508 Davenport St., J. S. Abrose. 
Universal, 1513 Davenport St., H. Lefholtz. 
Warner-Vitagraph, 1502 Davenport St., Earl A. 

Bell. 



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RESEARCH 

Douglas Fairbanks Pictures Corporation 

Lotta Woods 

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NEW YORK 
Albany 

Associated Exhibitors, 35 Orange St. 

Bond Pliotoplay Exchange, 1043 Broadway (Branch 
of Buffalo) 

Chase Picture Corp., 678 Broadway (Branch of 
Buffalo) 

Dependable Film Corp., c/o M.P.T O. Strand 
Theater Bldg. (Branch of New York City) 

Educational, 1050 Broadway, J. H. Morgan. 

Famous Players, 33 Orange St., Harry H. Gold- 
stein. 

Film Booking Offices, 703 Broadway, Harry Wine- 
berg. 

First Graphic Film Exchange, 1046 Broadway 
(Branch of Buffalo) 

First National, 1056 Broadway, John C. BuU- 
winkel. 

Fox, 1052 Broadway, L. J. Schmertz. 

Fox Exchange, Richard C^. (Branch in Buffalo) 

Freedom Film Corp., 6 Clinton Ave. (Branch of 
Buffalo) 

M-G-M, 1060 Broadway, A. W. Weissman. 

Pathe, 35 Orange St., E. J. Hayes. 

Prod. Dist. Corp., 1050 Broadway, A. J. Herman. 

Universal. 1052 Broadway, H. C. Bissell. 

Warner-Vitagraph, 1058 Broadway, H. A. Seed. 

Buffalo 

Associated Exhibitors, 505 Pearl St. 

Bond Photoplay Corp., 265 Franklin St., Sidney 

Samson. (Branch in Albany) 
Chase Pictures Corp., 505 Pearl St., Maurice 

Chase. (Branch in Albany) 
Cranfield & Clarke, 257 Franklin St. 
Dependable Film Corp., 505 Pearl St. (Branch 

of New York City and Albany) 
Educational, 505 Pearl St., H. F. Brink. 
Famous Players, 454 Franklin St., M. W. Kemp- 

ner. 
Film Booking Offices, 505 Pearl St., H. T. Dixon. 
First Graphic Exchanges. 505 Pearl St. 
First National, 505 Pearl St., F. J. A. McCarthy. 
Fox, 496 Pearl St., H. J. Bailey. 
Fox Exchange, Richard C, 257 Franklin St. 

(Branch in Albany). 
Freedom Film Corp.. 2'57 Franklin St. (Branch 

in Alliany and Rochester) 
M-G-M. 509 Pearl St., E. K. O'Shea. 
Pathe, 505 Pearl St.. Basil Brady. 
Prod. Dist. Corp., 505 Pearl St., Fred Zimmerman. 
Red Seal, 505 Pearl St., Morris Chase. 
Renown Pictures, Inc., 505 Pearl St. (Branch nf 

New York Citv) 
United Artists, 265 Franklin St., T. Von Tilzer. 
Universal. 257 Franklin St., D. Miller. 
Warner-Vitagraph, 2257 Franklin St., C. E. Almy. 

New York City 

Abgol Film Prod. 729 Seventh Ave. 

Ajax Film Exchange, 729 Seventh Ave. Room 707 

Ambassador Pictures Co., 729 Seventh Ave. 

Apollo Exchange Inc., 1600 Broadway. 

Associated Exhibitors, 1600 Broadway. 

Aywon Film Corp., 729 Seventh Ave. 

Big Three Exchange. 729 Seventh Ave. 

Big U Film Exchange, (Universal) 1600 Broad- 
way, Joe Friedman. 

Bilhnore Pictures Corp.. 729 Seventh Ave. 

Capitol Film Exchange. Inc., 729 Seventh Ave. 

Central Film Co., 729 Seventh Ave. 

Chadwick Pictures Corp., 729 Seventh Ave. 

Champion Exchange, 729 Seventh Ave. 

Commonwealth Film Corp., 729 7th Ave., .Sara 
Zierler. 

Cosmos Film Exchange. 729 Seventh Ave. 

Cranfield & Clark Inc., 729 Seventh Ave. 

Dora Film Co.. 729 Seventh Ave 

Educational, 729 7th Ave., A. Greenblatt. 

Elvin Film Exchange, 729 Seventh Ave. 

Emblem F'ilm Exchange. 729 Seventh Ave. 

Famous Players, 337 W. 44th St., Earl W. 
Sweigert, New York Manager; Thos. Murray, 
Brooklyn Manager; M. Kussell, Jersey Man- 
ager. 

Film Booking Offices, 723 7th Ave., Charles 
Rosenzweig. 

Film Exchange Inc., The, 729 Seventh Ave. 



First National, 729 7th Ave., Jules Levy, New 
York Manager; J. C. Vergesslich, New Jersey 
Manager. 

Fitzpatrick Pictures Inc., 729 Seventh Ave. 

Fox, 345 West 44th St., Harry Buxbaum. 

(ioodwill Distributing Corp., 729 Seventh Ave. 

Hollywood Pictures Corp., 729 Seventh Ave. 

Iris Film Exchange, 729 Seventh Ave. 

Jawitz, Chas., 729 Seventh Ave. 

Kerman Films, Inc., 729 Seventh Ave. 

Merit Film Corp.. 729 Seventh Ave. 

M.-G.-M., 729 7th Ave., D. Rosengarten. 

New Era Novelty Exchange, 729 Seventh Ave. 

Oxford Film Exchange, 729 7th Ave. 

Pathe, 1600 Broadway, W. R. Raynor, New York 
Manager ; C. W. Stombaugh, Jersey Manager. 

Piccadilly Exchange, 723 Seventh Ave. 

Prime Pictures Corp., 729 Seventh Ave. Room 
811. 

Prod. Dist. Corp., 729 7th Ave., David Gross, 
New York Manager; Robert S. Wolff, Jersey 
Manager. 

Red Seal, 729 7th Ave., Martin Solomon. 

Renown Pictures Inc., (Tiffany) 729 Seventh Ave. 

Rodner, Harold. 1600 Broadway. 

Stern Film Exchange, 729 Seventh Ave. 

TTnique Fotofilm, 729 Seventh Ave. 

United Artists, 729 7th Ave., M. Streimer. 

Warner-Vitagraph, 1600 Broadway, Herbert Kauf- 
man, New York Manager ; Harry Becker, 
Brooklyn Manager; George Balsdon, Jr., New 
Jersey Manager. 

Yankee Film Exchange, 727 7th Ave., Newman 
Pollack. 

Rochester 

Freedom Film Corp., 280 East Ave. (Branch of 
Buffalo) 

Syracuse 

Advance Pictures. 549 South Salina St. 
Qualtoplay Film Corp., Burt & Montgomery Sts. 

NORTH CAROLINA 

Charlotte 

Associated Exhibitors, 221 West 4th St. 
Hromberg Attractions, A. C. 

Educational, 227 No. Graham St., G. T. Wilby. 
Eltabran Film Co., 225 North Graham St. (Branch 

at Atlanta) 
Enterprise Film Corp., 505 West 4th St. (Branch 

of Atlanta) 
Famous Players, 211 So. Miny St., R. B. Wil- 

banks. 
Film Booking Offices, Cor. W. 3rd and So. 

Popidar Sts., Wm. Conn. 
First National, 300 West Third St., F. P. Brvan. 
Fox, 505 West 4th St., John Fuller. 
Liberty-Specialtv Film Dist. Corp., 223 W. 4th 

St., R. A. Davis. (Branch of Dallas). 
M.-G.-M., 219 West 4th St., P. C. Pollock. 
Pathe, 221 West 4th St.. P. A. Schmuck. 
Prod. Dist. Corp., United Film Bldg., W. F. 

Lenehan. 
Progress Pictures Inc., 505 West 4th St. 
Red Seal, 505 West 4th St., R. T. Good. 
United Artists, SOS West 4th St.. C. E. Pepplatt. 
Universal. 307 West Trade .St., E. F. Dardine. 
Warner-Vitagraph, United Film Bldg., M. W. 

Davis. 

NORTH DAKOTA 
Fargo 

Dakota Film Exchange. 119 Fifth St. No. 

OHIO 

Cincinnati 

Associated Exhibitors, 124 East 7th St. 

C. M. Film Exchange. Seventh &■ Main Sts. 

Educational, Broadway Film Bldg., Maurice 

White. 
Excelsior Film Co . 124 East 7th St. 
Famous Players, Pioneer St. & Broadway, Hugh 

Owen. 
Film Booking Offices, Pioneer St. & Broadway. 

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First National, Pioneer St. & Broadway, R. H. 

Haines. 
Fox, 514 Elm St., R. Knoepfle. 
Gotham Exchange, 505 Broadway. 
Kaiser Enterprises, Broadway Film Bldg. 
Lande Film Dist. Corp., Broadway Film Bldg. 

(Branch of Pittsburg) 
M.-G.-M., 526 Broadway, Carl Sonin. 
Pathe, 124 East 7th St., S. J. Jacques. 
Prod. Dist. Corp., Broadway Film Bldg., C. J. 

Loewe. 
Progress Pictures Corp., Broadway Film Bldg. 

(Branch of Cleveland) 
Red Seal, Broadway Film Bldg., Nat Lefkowitz. 
Skirboll Gold Seal Prod., Inc., Broadway Film 

Bldg. (Branch of Cleveland) 
Standard Film Service Co., Broadway Film Bldg. 

(Same as Federated Film E.xchange Co.) (Branch 

of Cleveland) 
United Artists, 503 Broadway Film Bldg., Harry 

Gold. 
Universal. Pioneer St. & Broadway, F. Strief. 
Warner- Vitagraph, 7th & Main Sts., Jack Stewart. 

Cleveland 

Associated Exhibitors, 2100 Payne Ave. 
Cleveland Film Co.. 219 Film Exchange Bldg. 
Educational, 507 Film Bldg., H. R. Skirboll. 
Famous Players, 1563 East 21st St., E. H. Bauer. 
Film Booking Offices, Film Exchange Bldg., Lou 

Geiger. 
Film Classics, 2100 Payne Ave. 
Gerson Film Exchange, 618 Film Exchange Bldg. 
Greenwald & Griffith Exchange, Film Exchange 

Bldg. 
First National, 21st St. & Payne Ave., G. L. 

Sears. 
Fischer Film Exchange, 518 Film Exchange Bldg., 

Meyer Fisher. (Branch of Cincinnati). 
Fox, 2219 Payne Ave., Ward Scott. 
Gotham Exchange, 301 Film Exchange Bldg., M. 

C. Howard. 
Lande Film Dist. Co., Film Exchange Bldg. 

(Branch of Pittsburgh) 



M.-G.-M., East 21st St. & Payne Ave., Harris 

Wolfberg. 
Pathe, 2100 Payne Ave., O. J. Ruby. 
Prod. Dist. Corp., 21st Sf- & Payne Ave., J. E. 

Beck. 
Progress Pictures Co., 411 Film Exchange Bldg., 

(Branch in Cincinnati) 
Red Seal, Film Exchange Bldg., Bill Onie. 
Rex Film Co. 
Security Pictures Co. Inc. 

Skirboll-Gold Seal Prod. Film Exchange Bldg. 
Standard Film Service Co., Film Exchange Bldg. 

(Same as Federated Film Exchange Co.) (Branch 

in Pittsburg, Detroit and Cincinnati) 
United Artists, 2143 Prospect Ave., W. A. Shalit. 
Universal, 21st St. & Payne Ave., Leo Devaney. 
Warner- Vitagraph, East 21st St., Norman Moray. 
Western Pictures Co., 403 Film Bldg. 

Columbus 

Famous Players, 251 No. Sth St., J. M. Ridge. 
Ohio Feature Film Co., 218 N. High St. 

OKLAHOMA 
Oklahoma City 

Associated Exhibitors, 508 West Grand Ave. 
Bromberg Attractions, A. C. 

Educational, 114 So. Hudson St., N. P. Eberley. 
Enterprise Dist. Corp. (Branch of Atlanta) 
Famous Players, 514 Grand Ave., R. E. Heffner. 
Film Booking (Dffices, 127 So. Hudson Ave., Sam 

Benjamin. 
First National, 521 So. Robinson St., E. D. 

Brewer. 
Fox, 521 So. Robinson St., W. A. Ryan. 
Gotham Exchange, 112 So. Hudson St. 
Hines, Inc., Wm., 820 W. 21st St. 
Home State Film Co., 125 So. Hudson St. (Branch 

of Atlanta) 
Liberty Specialty Film Dist. Corp., 306 West 

Reno St. (Branch of Dallas). 
M.-G.-M., 513 So. Robinson St., W. B. Zoellner. 



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Past Successes 

''His People" 
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Mid-West Film Exchange, 119 So. Hudson St. 

(Branch of Dallas) 
O'Donnell's Film Co., 229 West 7th St. 
Oklahoma Independent Film Service Co., 112 So. 

Hudson St. (Branch of Dallas) 
Pathe, 508 West Grand Ave., J. L. McKinney. 
Prod. Dist. Corp., 515 So. Kobinson St., E. S. 

Olsmith. 
Progress Pictures, Inc., 125 So. Hudson St. 

(Branch of Atlanta) 
Red Seal, 108 So. Hudson St., W. Walthall. 
Universal, 519 West Alain St., W. P. Moran. 
Warner- Vitagraph, 115 So. Hudson St., T. B. 

Wildman. 

OREGON 
Portland 

Associated Exhibitors, 443 Glisan St. 

Columbia, 12th & Glisan Sts. 

Cosmopolitan Film Exchange, 390 Burnside St. 
(Branch of Seattle) 

Famous Players, 444 Glisan St., H. N. East. 

Film Booking Offices, 126 No. 12th St., H. F, 
Moore. 

First National, 451 Glisan St., Al Oxtoby. 

Fox, 128 No. 12th St., J. M. Liqn. 

Greater Features, Inc., 462 Glisan St. (Branch of 
Seattle) 

Interstate Film Exchange, 390 Burnside Ave. 

M.-G.-M., 451 (jhsan St., L. Amacher. 

Pacific Coast Distributors, (Branch in San Fran- 
cisco, Butte, Salt Lake City, Denver and Seattle) 

Prod. Dist. Corp., 124 No. 12th St., Harry Percy. 

Reliance Dist. Corp. 

Star Film Exchaiige, 449 Glisan St. 

Universal, 445 Glisan St., G. Jackson. 

Warner-Vitagraph, 130 No. 12th St., I. H. 
Rankin. 

Washington Film Corp., 449 Glisan St. 

Western Film Corp., 449 Glisan St. (Branch of 
Seattle) 

PENNSYLVANIA 
Philadelphia 

American Feature Film Co., The 

Associated Exhibitors, 1232 Vine St. 

Capital Film Exchange, 1314 Vine St. 

Consolidated Film Exchange, 1237 Vine St. 

Cranfield & Clarke, 1314 Vine St. 

De Luxe Film Co., 1318 Vine St., Oscar Neufeld. 

Educational, 1309 Vine St., C. S. Goodman. 

Famous Players, 1219 Vine St., P. A. Bloch. 

Film Booking Offices, 1320 Vine St., Jerome 
Safron. 

first National, 1225 Vine St., W. J. Heenan. 

Fox, 1238 Vine St., Edgar Moss. 

Franklin Exchange, Ben., 1318 Vine St. 

Graphic Film Exchange. 1220 Vine St. 

Imperial Pictures Inc., 1302 Vine St. 

Independent Film Corp., 1319 Vine St. (Branch 
in Washington, D. C.) 

Interstate Film Exchange (Universal), 1308 Vine 
St., S. Wittman. 

Keystone Film Co., 1237 Vine St. 

Liberty Film Corp., 1339 Vine St. 

Masterpiece Film Attractions, 1329 Vine St. 

Metro Film Exchange, 1321 Vine St 

M.G.-M., 1228 Vine St.. Robert Lynch. 

Monarch Film Co.. 1302 Vine St. 

Pathe, 1232 Vine St., M. F. Gibbons. 

Penn. Distributing Corp.. 1322 Vine St. 

Prod. Dist. Corp., 1235 Vine St., W. G. Hum- 
phries. 

Regent Film Exchange, 1237 Vine St. 

Rialto Productions, 1314 Vine St. 

Royal Pictures, Inc.. 1337 Vine St. 

Sfjuare Deal Film Exchange, 1220 Vine St. 

Standard Film Attractions, 1322 Vine St. 

Twentieth Century Film Co., 1321 Vine St., Gene 
Marcus. 

United Artists, 1323 Vine St., Tohn Hennessy. 

Universal, 1308 Vine St., H. M. Herbel. 

Victor Film Co.. 1302 Vine St. 

Warner-Vitagraph, 1222 Vine St., J. S. Hebrew. 

Pittsburgh 

All-Theaters Pictures, Inc., 1010 Forbes St. 
Apex Exchange, 1026 Forbes St. 



Associated Exhibitors, 1018 Forbes St. 
Capitol Film Exchange, 1014 Forbes St. 
Columbia Film Service, 1010 Forbes St. 
Educational, 1014 Forbes St., J. Kaliski. 
Famous Players, 1018 Forbes St., J. S. Fontaine. 
Federated Film Exchange, 1018 Forbes St. (Branch 

of Standard Films, Cleveland) 
Film Booking Offices, 1016 Forbes St., A. H. 

Schnitzer. 
Film Distributing Co., 1022 Forbes St. 
First National, 1014 Forbes St., R. S. Wehrle. 
Fox, 1014 Forbes St., W. J. Kupper. 
Hill Enterprises, R. G., 1010 Forbes St. 
Lande Film Co., 1022 Forbes St. (Branches in 

Cleveland and Cincinnati) 
M.-G.-M.. 1014 Forbes St., J. J. Maloney. 
Pathe, 1018 Forbes St., B. M. Moran. 
Pinkney Film Service Co., 1028 Forbes St. 
Prod. Dist. Corp., 1016 Forbes St., Robeirt 

Mochrie. 
Quality Film Corp., 1022 Forbes St. 
Red Seal. 1018 Forbes St., J. Soghlowitz. 
S. and S. Film & Supply Co., 1026 Forbes St. 
Standard Film Service Co. (Same as Federated 

Film Exchange Co.) (Branch of Cleveland) 
Supreme Photoplay Co., 1014 Forbes St., Harry 

Grelle. 
United Artists, 1014 Forbes St., C. E. Moore. 
Warner-Vitagraph, 1018 Forbes St., Harold Dunn. 

Wilkes-Barre 

Famous Players, 66 No. State St., Fred Myers. 

SOUTH DAKOTA 

Sioux Falls 

Famous Players, 318 So. Main St., D. K. Ruliff- 

son. 
Film Booking Offices, 121 West 12th St., Roy 

Zimmerman. 
Universal, 231 South Main St., H. J. Chapman. 

TENNESSEE 
Memphis 

Associated Exhibitors, 302 Mulberry St. 
Famous Players, 265 So. Front St., C. E. Hilgers. 
Film Booking Offices, 230 Union Ave., J. L. 

Franconi. 
First National, 500 So. 2nd St., D. P. Rathbone. 
Fox, 397 So. Second St., C. W. McKean. 
M.-G.-M., 494 So. Second St., H. W. Kabn. 
Pathe, 302 Mulberry St., C. F. Boyd. 
Universal, 399 So. Second St., W. E. Sipe. 

TEXAS 
Dallas 

Associated Exhibitors, 1715 Commerce St. 
Bromberg Attractions, A. C. 

Educational, 302 ■.-2 So. Harwood St., F. A. Tomes. 
Enterprise Dist. Corp. (Branch at Oklahoma City) 
Famous Players, 300 So. Jefferson St., J. B. 

Dugger. 
Film Booking Offices, 2011 Jackson St., L. E. 

Harrington. 
First National, 308 So. Harwood St., Leslie 

Wilkes. 
Fox, 306 So. Jefferson St., P. K. Johnston. 
Gotham Exchange, Film Exchange Bldg., Jack 

Adams. 
Home-State Film Co., 308 So. Harwood St. 

(Branches at Little Rock, Atlanta and Oklahoma 

City) 
Independent Film Service Co., 304^ Harwood St. 

(Branch in Oklahoma) 
Lewis Film Co. R. D., 18165^ Main St. 
Liberty-Specialty Film Dist. Corp., Film Exchange 

Bldg., 304 So. Harwood St. (Branch of Atlanta) 
M.-G.-M., 300^ So. Harwood St., L. Bickel. 
Mid-West Film Exchange, Film Bldg. (Branch in 

Oklahoma City) 
Pathe, 1715 Commerce St., Oscar Morgan. 
Prod. Dist. Corp., 310 So. Harwood St., E. C. 

Levee. 
Progress Pictures Inc., 308 So. Harwood St. 

(Branch of Atlanta) 
Red Seal, 308 So. Harwood St., R. J. Iregram. 
Southwestern Film Corp., Film Exchange Bldg. 
Special Film Co., 304 So. Harwood St. (Branches 

in .Oklahoma City and Little Rock. 



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True Film Co., 1911^ Commerce St. 
United Artists, 308 So. Harwood St.. J. E. Luckett. 
Universal, 308 So. Harwood St., R. C. Mcllheran. 
Warner-Vitagraph, 304 So. Jefferson St., C. N. 
Byrd. 

El Paso 

Universal, 608 No. Oregon St., H. H. Cluck. 

San Antonio 

Famous Players, 501 Soledad St., H. P. Pickett. 

UTAH 
Salt Lake City 

Associated Exhibitors, 206 East First South St. 
Columbia Film Exchange, 64 East 4th South St. 
Educational, 214 East First South St. 
Famous Players, 202 East First South St. 
Film Booking Offices, 58 Exchange Place, Fred 

Lind. 
First National, 212 East First South St., W. F. 

Gordon. 
Fox, 216 East First South St., H. B. Fish. 
Greater Features, Inc., 62' East 4th St. (Branch 

of Seattle) 
Intermouutain Educational Films, 129 East 2nd 

South St. 
M.-G.-M.. 204 East First South St., L. Wingham. 
Pacific Coast Distributors, CW. W. Kofeldt). 
Pathe, 206 East First South St., J. A. Epperson. 
Prod. Dist. Corp., 60 East Fourth South St., Allen, 

O'Keefe. 
Superior Screen Service, 147 Regent St. 
United Artists, 58 East Fourth South St., W. S. 

Rand. 
Universal. 56 Exchange Place, M. Aparton. 
Warner-Vitagraph, 62 Exchange Place, D. Far- 

quhar. 

WASHINGTON 
Seattle 

Alexander Film Exchange, 2014 Third Ave. 

(Branch in Portland) 
Associated Exhibitors, 2025 Third Ave. 



Gage. 

P. Endert. 



Columbia, 2006 3rd Ave., Jack Lannon. 
Cosmopolitan Film Exchange, 2014 Third Ave. 

(Branches in Spokane and Portland, Ore.) 
Cranfield & Clarke. 2014 3rd Ave. 
De Luxe Feature Film Co., 2015'/2 3rd Ave., A. 

Rosenberg. 
Educational, 2002 3rd Ave., J. A. 
Famous Players. 2017 3rd Ave., G. 
Federal Film Service, 403 Davis St. 
Film Booking Offices, 1917 3rd Ave., A. H. Huot. 
First National, 2023 3rd Ave., J. G. Bower. 
Fox, 2008 3rd Ave., G. M. Ballantine. 
Greater Features, 2006 Third Ave. (Branches in 

Denver, Salt Lake City, Portland, Ore. and 

Butte). 
M.-Q.-M., 2018 3rd Ave., Ben Fish. 
Pacific Coast Distributors (Branches in San Fran- 
cisco, Portland, Salt Lake City, Butte and 

Denver) 
Pathe, 2025 3rd Ave., L. A. Samuelson. 
Prod. Dist. Corp., 308 Virginia St., Dave Frazer. 
Quality Film Exchange, 2006 Third Ave. 
Seattle Film Exchange, 2020 Third Ave. 
United Artists, 1913 3rd Ave., C. W. Harden. 
Univensal, 1935 3rd Ave., J. B. Reilly. 
Warner-Vitagraph, 1915 3rd Ave., Carl 
Washington Film Corp., 2014 Third Ave. 

in Portland) 
West Coast Distributing Co., Third Ave. 
Western Film Corp., 2014 Third Ave. (Branch in 

Portland, Ore.) 

Spokane 

Interstate Film Exchange, 410 First Ave. 

WEST VIRGINIA 
Charleston 

Charleston Film Supply Co., 811 Virginia St., 

East. 
Columliia Film Service, 707 Dryden St. (Branch 

of Pittsburg;) 
Universal, 225 Hale St., T. O. Tuttle. 



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WISCONSIN 

Milwaukee 

Associated Exhibitors, 102 Ninth St. 

Baier Film Co., W. A.. 713 Wells St. 

Celebrated Players Film Exchange, 713 Wells St. 
(Not connected with Celebrated Players in Chi- 
cago or Minneapolis) 

Cranfield & Clarke, 713 Wells St. 

Educational, 210 Eleventh St., E. J. Weisman. 

Exhibitors Film Exchange, 401 Troy Bldg. 

Famous Players, 119 Seventh St., G. A. Smith. 

Film Booking Offices, 147 Seventh St., S. H. 
Abrams. 

First National, 208 Eleventh St., L. J. McCarthy. 

Fox, 721 Wells St., F. G. Sliter. 



Kay-Bee Film Corp., 713 Wells St. 

Ludwig Film Exchange, 713 Wells St. (Branch 

in Minneapolis) 
M.-G.-M., 102 Ninth St., S. Shurman. 
Midwest Dist. Co., 713 Wells St., C. W. Trampe. 
Milwaukee Film Co., 210 Eleventh St. 
Pathe, 102 Ninth St., R. V. Nolan. 
Premier Films, Inc., 713 Wells St. (Branch of 

Chicago) 
Prod. Dist. Corp., 195 Seventh St., S. G. Honeck. 
Progress Picture Service, 713 Wells St. (Branch 

of Chicago) 
Super-Attractions Film Co., Inc., 713 Wells St. 
Tunstall Film Exchange, 715 Wells St. 
Universal, 717 Wells St., George Levine. 
Warner-Vitagraph, 719 Wells St., R. T. Smith. 



Headquarters of National Distributors 

Exchanges of- the following national and independent distributor's will be found in 
the list of exchanges which begins on page 449. Coniplete personnel and other in- 
formative data on each orgayiization is contained in a separate record, captioned: 
"Personnel of Leading Organizations." All addresses of these distributors are in New 
York, unless otherwise specified, and are the home offices: 



Associated Exhibitors, 35 West 4Sth St., Bryant 
6575. 

Educational Pictures Corp., 370 Seventh Ave., 
Pennsylvania 4700. 

Famous Players-Lasky Corp., 485 Fifth Ave., Mur- 
ray Hill 8500. In March, Famous will move to 
1501 Broadway. 

Film Booking (Offices of America, 723 Seventh 
Ave., Bryant 4620. 

First National Pictures, Inc., 383 Madison Ave., 
N'anderbilt 6600. 

Fox Film Corp., 10th Ave. and 55th St., Colum- 
bus 3320. 

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Dist. Corp., 1540 Broad- 
way, Bryant 9850. 

Pathe Exchange, Inc., 35 West 45th St., Bryant 
8630. 

Prod. Dist. Corp., 1560 Broadway, Bryant 4220. 

United Artists Corp., 72'9 Seventh Ave., Bryant 
1774. 

Universal Pictures Corp., 730 Fifth Ave., Circle 
7100. 

Warner Bros., 1600 Broadway, Chickering 2200. 



Independent Distributors 

NEW YORK 
New York City 

iVmerican Cinema Assoc, 1650 Bway ; Circle 5144. 
Artclass Pictures, 1540 Bway; Bryant 3271. 
Artlee Pictures Corp., 701 Seventh Ave., Bryant 

6355. 
Aywon Film Corp., 729 Seventh Ave.; Bryant 2660. 
Bray Productions, 729 Seventh Ave.; Bryant 6941. 
Callahan, Geo., 220 W. 42nd St. 
Canyon Pictures Corp., 729 Seventh Ave.; Bryant 

6436. 
Carlome Pictures, 220 W. 42nd St. 
Castle Films. 729 Seventh Ave.; Bryant 3863. 
Centennial Pictures Corp., 1674 Broadway. 
Chadwick Pictures Corp., 729 Seventh Ave.; Bryant 

4200. 
Chesterfield Pictures Corp., 1540 Bway.; Bryant 

6884 
Cranfield & Clarke, Inc., 729 Seventh Ave.; Bryant 

2091. 
Elliee Pictures Corp., 1540 Bway.; Bryant 4045. 
E.xcellent Pictures, 729 Seventh Ave. 
Famous Attractions (Preferred), 117 W. 45th St.; 

Bryant 6230. 
Film Exchange, Inc., 729 Seventh Ave.; Bryant 

4150. 
Fitzpatrick Pictures Corp., 729 Seventh Ave.; 

Bryant 8139. 
Ginsberg, Henry (see Sterling Pictures Corp.) 
Gotham Productions, 1650 Bway.; Circle 5551. 
Taffe Art Film Corp., Jaffe Bldg., 317 Bway.; 

Chelsea 3242. 
Jans Film, 1540 Bway.; Bryant 3623 . 



Jawitz, Charles, 729 Seventh Ave.; Bryant 9444. 

Lee Bradford Corp., 701 Seventh Ave.; Bryant 
6355. 

Levine, Nat, 1650 Bway. 

Lumas Film Corp., 1650 Bway.; Circle 5551. 

Madoc Sales Co., 220 W. 42nd St. 

Preferred Pictures (see Famous Attractions). 

Principal Pictures Corp., 1540 Bway.; Bryant 1244. 

Rayart Pictures Corp., 723 Seventh Ave.; Bryant 
5450. 

Red Seal Film Corp., 729 Seventh Ave.; Lacka- 
wanna 0243. 

Ricordo Films, 1674 Bway.; Circle 1196. 

Short Films Syndicate, 729 Seventh Ave.; Bryant 
3571. 

Sterling Pictures Corp., 1650 Bway.; Circle 7028. 

Tiffany Productions (Truart), 1540 Bway.; Bryant 
2968. 

True Story Pictures, McFadden Bldg., 1926 Bway.; 
Trafalgar 4500. 

CALIFORNIA 
Los Angeles 

Anchor Film Distributors, 1442 Beachwood Drive; 
Hempstead 9562. 

Barsky Prod., Bud, 1442 Beachwood Drive; Holly- 
wood 4013. 

Brown, Wm., 5823 Santa Monica Blvd. 

Hercules Productions, 1438 Gower St.; Hollywood 
0162. 

Sierra Pictures, 316 Taft Bldg.; Granite 9370. 

Sunset Prod., 1462 Stanley Ave.; Granite 6001. 

San Francisco 

Gerson Pictures, 1974 Page St. 



News Weeklies 

Fox News, 10th Ave. & 55th St., Columbus 3320, 
New York; Truman Talley, Editor; distributed 
by Fox Film Corp., same address. 

International Newsreel (William Randolph 
Hearst), 238 William St., Beekman 1492, New 
York; E. B. Hatrick, Editor; distributed by 
Universal Pictures Corp., 730 Sth Ave., Circle 
7100, New York. 

Kinograms Publishing Co., 120 West 41st St.. 
Pennsylvania 1520, New York; Capt. G. M. 
McBain, Editor; distributed by Educational Pic- 
tures Corp. 370 7th Ave., Pennsylvania 4700, 
New York. 

Paramount News — Famous Players will release 
a news reel twice weekly, beginning September, 
1927, 485 Fifth Ave., Murray Hill 8500, New 
York. 

Pathe News, 35 West 45th St., Bryant 8630, New 
York ; Emanuel Cohen, Editor ; distributed by 
Pathe Exchanges, Inc., same address. 



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Film Deliveries in the U, S. 



CALIFORNIA 
Bakersfield 
Gombos, Nick. 

Long Beach 
Schneider, D. H. 
Swearinger, O. E. 

Los Angeles 
Burton, W. T., 1553 West 82nd St., Thornwall 

7355. 
Goldberg & Spann, 1936 So. Vermont Ave., 

Beacon 0888. (Branch office in Pomona). 
Kimbrough, C. E., 1936 So. Vermont Ave., 

Beacon 0888. (Branch office in Pomona). 
Triangle Express, 422 South Alameda St., TR. 
5959. 

San Francisco 
Apex ' Transfer Co., 774 Golden Gate Ave. 
Gilboy, Thos. W., 774 Golden Gate Ave., Filmore 
148. 

Santa Barbara 
Miller, F. E. 

Tu Junga 
Williamson, P. 

COLORADO 
Denver 
We-Go Express, 2108 Broadway, Champa 4384. 
CONNECTICUT 
New Haven 
Kimmerman Film Delivery. 
Rosen Film Delivery. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 
Washington 
Durkee's Express. 
Klopfer & Withers. 

ILLINOIS 
Chicago 
Film Chauffeurs & Carriers, The, 34 East 8th St. 
Hanlin, James. (Office in Marion, 111.) 



INDIANA 

Indianapolis 
Koch, Glynn, 2927 Highland Place. 
Logan Film Delivery Service Co. 

LOUISIANA 

New Orleans 

Electric Delivery Co., 1563 Tulane Ave. 

MARYLAND 

Baltimore 

Baltimore & Washington Film Express Co., Gay 

& Hoffman Sts., Wolfe 4172. 
Davidson Transfer Co., 34 South Eutaw St., 
Calvert 2459. 

MASSACHUSETTS 

Boston 

Film Exchange Transfer Co., 24 Piedmont St., 

Hancock 6969. 
Interstate Transfer Co., 29 Church St. 
MICHIGAN 
Detroit 
Cinema Service Co., 141 East Elizabeth St., 

Cadillac 6189. 
Craven, H. C, 3527 Hamilton Ave., Glendale 

7537. 
Detroit Film Board of Trade, Inc., 302 Film 

Exchange Bldg., Cadillac 3804. 
Film Transport Co., 408 Film Exchange Bldg., 
Cadillac 6475. 

MINNESOTA 
Minneapolis 
Walsh Transfer Co., 717 South 7th St. 
Wilde Transfer Co., 1610 Third Ave., South 
Minneapolis. 

MISSOURI 
Kansas City 
Exhibitors' Film Delivery & Service Co., Ill 
W^est 18th St. 




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St. Louis 
Becker, L. J., Film Delivery, Thrush Ave. 
Blankenship, Earl, 711 Main St. (Office in 

Marion, 111.) 
Busy Bee Motor Car Co., Taylor & Manchester St. 
Fo.x Film Delivery, 3400 Lindell Blvd. 
Kahn Film Delivery, Harry, 1301 Elliot St. 
Lewton, G. B., 3824 Lee Ave. 
Newmon, Floyd, 305 Maple St., Farmington. 
MONTANA 
Butte 
Butte Rapid Transfer Co., 116^ West Broadway. 
Lynch Taxi Co., 116^2 West Broadway. 
Yellow Taxi Co., 116>^ West Broadway. 
NEBRASKA 
Omaha 
Film Service Co., Jack Martin. (Office in Daven- 
port, la.) 

NEW YORK 
Albany 
Fitzpatrick Delivery Service, Educational Ex- 
change, 659 Broadway. 
Howells Trucking Service. (Office in Syracuse). 

Buffalo 
Howell Trucking Service, Franklin St. (Office in 
Syracuse). 

New York City 
(Operating in Greater Neiv York, Northern Nezv 

Jersey and Long Island Territories). 
Anderson Film Delivery, Dick, West Hoboken, 

New Jersey. 
Daily Film Delivery, 723 7th Ave., Bryant 9213. 

(Brooklyn Branch: Flatbush 4300). 
Dexter Film Delivery, Cedarhurst, Long Island, 

Cedarhurst 1765. 
East Side Film Delivery, Brooklyn. 
Hudson Film Delivery, New Rochelle, New 

Rochelle 3752. 
Long Island Film Delivery, Hempstead, Long 

Island. 
Newark Film Delivery, 729 Seventh Ave., Bryant 

7868. 
Palisades Film Delivery, Millvale, New Jersey, 

Oradell 125. 
Prudential Film Delivery, 727 Seventh Ave., Circle 

6625. 
Rosen Film Delivery, 729 Seventh Ave., Bryant 
8897. 



Tacme Film Delivery, 729 Seventh Ave., Bryant 
4770. 

NORTH CAROLINA 
Charlotte 
U. S. Film Transport Co., 213 South Church St., 
Telephone: 6012. 

OHIO 

Cincinnati 

Columbus-Cincinnati Trucking Co., 22 East Chapel 

St., Columbus. 
Film Service Co., 2137 Reading Road, Canal 

1168-L. 
Lahmann, Clifford, 3827 Llewellyn Ave., Kirby 

1090-R. 
Lahmann, Robert R., 1705 De Armond Ave., 

North College Hill, Clovernook 7511-X. 
Sheppard Film Service & Express Co., 2915 Sidney 
Ave., West 4795-L. 

Cleveland 
Gross, L. C, Film Exchange Bldg. 
Johnson, E. S., Film Exchange Bldg. 
Transit Film Service Co., Film Exchange Bldg. 
Smith Messenger Service, Film Exchange Bldg. 

PENNSYLVANIA 

Philadelphia 

B. & B. Messengers, 307 North 13th St., Spruce 

1937. 
Horlacher Film Delivery, 247 North Juniper St., 
Locust 4844. 

Pittsburgh 
Exhibitors' Service Co., George Callhan, 1014 

Forbes St. 
Pinkney Film Service Co., 1028 Forbes St. 
TEXAS 
Dallas 
Good Service Transfer Co., 2038 Jackson St., 

Phone: 7-2614. 
Liberty Motor Express (Waco & Ft. Worth), 
2012 Jackson St., Phone: 7-3808. 
WASHINGTON 
Seattle 
Pielow Transfer Co., 1925 Third Ave., Elliot 2288. 
WISCONSIN 
Milwaukee 
Pyle Film Delivery Service, Charles Pyle, 185 
Seventh St., Grand 1630. 



Film Transportation Regulations 

MOTION PICTURE FILM will be accepted by the United States Post Office and 
the American Railway Express Co. only when certain rules and regulations have 
been strictly adhered to. These rules and regulations are presented below. They were 
obtained from the U. S. Post Office and the American Railway Express Co., and are, 
therefore, authentic. A list of local film deliveries throughout the country will be found 
on page 460. 



POST OFFICE REGULATIONS 

(a) Motion-picture films must be packed in 
spark-proof metal boxes or cans complying with 
Specification No. 32 of the Interstate Commerce 
Commission regulations for the shipment of dan- 
gerous articles. Case and cover must be lined 
throughout with hard fiber board at least one- 
eighth inch thick. Each outside metal case must 
be plainly and permanently marked in the metal 
by embossing the following symbol consisting of a 
rectangle and the following mark : 

I. C. C.-^32 A. 
The letters and figures in this symbol must be 
at least one-half inch high, and the final letter 
may be either A , B., C, D., E., or F. 

(b) Motion-picture films may also be packed 
in outside wooden boxes complying with Specifi- 
cation No. 19 of the Interstate Commerce Com- 
mission regulations for the shipment of dangerous 
articles, provided each reel is placed in a tightly 
closed inside metal container. Each box must 
be plainly marked with the words : "Companies with 
I. C. C. Spec'n No. 19," or, if desired, this mark- 
ing may be indicated by a symbol consisting of a 
rectangle as follows : 



I. C. C— 19. 

The letters and figures in this symbol must be 
at least one-half inch high. 

(c) Short motion-picture films (not exceeding 
25 feet in length) may be accepted when placed 
in tightly closed metal cans and in outside con- 
tainers of corrugated strawboard or other suitable 
material. 

(d) Non-inflammable motion-picture films may 
he accepted without other restriction when packed 
in sufficiently strong containers; each outside con- 
tainer must be plainly marked "Motion-picture 
films — Not dangerous." 

(e) Pyroxylin plastics (celluloid, fiberloid, pyra- 
lin, viscoloid, zylonite, etc.) in sheets, rolls, or 
tubes, must be packed in strong spark-proof 
wooden boxes, or sheet pyroxylin may also be 
packed flat in double-faced corrugated strawboard 
packages, provided that the total thickness of sheet 
material in one package does not exceed one-half 
inch in thickness. The pyroxylin plastic must be 
wrapped in paper and the box must not be less 
than two thicknesses of double-faced corrugated 
strawboard at all points. When material is in 
rolls it must be placed in fiber or strawboard cylin- 



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ders with walls not less than 0.045 inch thick, 
and the cylinders must be lined with single-faced 
corrugated strawboard two-tenths inch thick. The 
niaximum amount of pyroxylin plastics in one of 
these cylinders must not exceed 6 pounds. 

(f) All packages containing inflammable motion- 
picture films (except short lengths) or pyroxylin 
plastics (except manufactured articles) must have 
attached therto by the shipper a diamond-shaped 
yellow label, each side four inches long, with the 
wording printed in black letters inside of a black 
line border measuring three and one-half inches 
on each side, reading as follows: 

"NOTICE TO EMPLOYEES: CAU- 
TION. — Keep fire and lights away. Sweep 
up and remove carefully contents of 
broken packages. This is to certify that 
the above articles are properly described 
by name and are packed and marked and 
are in proper condition for transportation, 
according to the regulations prescribed by 
the Interstate Commerce Commission." 

(g) Motion-picture films must be loaded in cars 
occupied by a postal or railroad employee and in 
a place that will permit of their ready removal 
m case of fire. They must not be loaded in cars 
nor stored in stations or offices in contact with 
steam pipes or other sources of heat. 

(h) Postmasters must exercise special care in 
accepting motion-picture films and pyroxylin plas- 
tics for shipment and see that containers are in 
good condition and have attached thereto the re- 
quired caution label. 

The address labels must be plain, with the name 
of the shipper shown in the upper left-hand corner 
less conspicuously than the name and address of 
the addressee, which must appear on the lower 
half of the label and all old labels and postage 
stamps must be removed. 

Packages of motion-picture films must not exceed 
*"^.s'ze and weight limit for parcel-post mail. 

(i) Motion-picture films packed in containers 
which were manufactured and purchased prior to 



September 1, 1921, and which comply with previous 
Post Office Department or Interstate Commerce 
Commission regulations may be accepted for ship- 
ment if the containers are in good shipping con- 
dition. 

AMERICAN EXPRESS 
REGULATIONS 

15 — ^Motion picture films are accepted only when 
packed, marked and labeled in accordance with 
the Interstate Commerce Commission's "Regula- 
tions for the Transportation of Explosives and 
Other Dangerous Articles by Express." (I. C. C. 
No. l'^22. Supplements thereto and subsequent 
issues thereof). 

16 — Motion Picture films "C. O. D." with privi- 
lege of screen examination will not be accepted. 

17 — Reel examinations may be had only in ex- 
press office. 

/. C. C. No. 1922, Interstate Commerce 
Comtnission Regulations for the "Trans- 
portation of Explosives and Other Dan- 
gerous Articles by Express" reads as 
follows : 

102 — (a) Motion picture films must be packed 
in spark-proof metal cases or trunks complying 
with specification No. 32. Not more than eight 
reels of standard width (1^ inches wide) and 
approximately 1,000 ft. each, or more than three 
reels of stereoscopic film (2J/2 inches wide and 
approximately 1,500 ft. each), may be packed in 
one such outside container. 

(b) Motion picture films must be placed in 
outside wooden boxes complying with specification 
No. 19, provided each reel is placed in a tightly 
closed inside metal container. The gross weight 
of such a package must not exceed 200 pounds. 

(c) Unexposed motion picture films in tight 
rolls must be packed in interior metal cans not to 
exceed approximately 3,000 ft. in one inside can; 
the cover of each inside can must fit tightly and be 



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Current Release 

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Featuring^ 

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Directed by Archie Heath 

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held in place by a strip of adhesive tape or paper ; 
the interior cans must be securely packed in out- 
side wooden boxes complying with specitication 
No. 19. The gross weight of oiie outside con- 
tainer must not exceed 2U0 pounds. 

(d) Slow-burning (.non-inflammable) motion pic- 
ture tilms may be accepted without other restric- 
tions when securely packed in strong packages 
of sufficient strength to carry to destination with- 
out rupture or leakage of contents ; each outside 
container must be plainly marked : "Motion Pic- 
ture Films," and, in addition, must be marked : 
"No Label Required." 

(e) When non-inflammable motion-picture films 
are packed in the same outside containers with in- 
flammable motion-picture films, the outside pack- 
ages must bear the) yellow label and the total con- 
tents of the outside container must not exceed 
the quantity of gross weight permitted for in- 
flammable tilms. 

(f) Shipments of motion-picture film with adver- 
tising matter attached to the outside container 
must not be offered for sliipment. Shippers desn-- 
ing to include advertising matter with their ship- 
ments of motion-picture film must place the adver- 
tising matter inside the outside box containing 
the film. 

RULE 8-A. OFFICIAL EXPRESS CLASSI- 
FICATION. 
Undelivered tShipments at Free Delivery Stations, 
(a) Notification: 

(1) When a shipment is tendered for delivery 
at consignee's address and is not accepted, notice 
thereof shall be promptly sent or given to con- 
signee and consignor. 

(2) If the consignee or consignor's address is 
unknown, notice of non-delivery shall be promptly 
sent to consignee and consignor. 

(3) If the consignee's address is beyond the 
established free delivery limits, notice of arrival 
shall be promptly sent or given to consignee. If 
shipment is refused or cannot be delivered con- 
signor shall be notified thereof. 

(4) The notices to consignee required in Para- 
graphs 1, 2, and 3 hereof, must be in writing or 
as otherwise agreed to in writing by the Express 
Company and the consignee. 

Notices to consignor must be in writing. 

All written notices must bear same address as 
shown on the shipment and a copy of each notice 
must I)e retained by the Express Company. 
Cb) Storage Charges. 

(1) Undelivered shipments at free delivery sta- 
tions in the United States, addressed to con- 
signees whose place of business or residence is 
within the established free delivery limits will be 
subject to the following storage rules and charges 
or at the option of the express company may be 
sent to public warehouses. 

Shipments addressed to transients and shipments 
marked "will call" or otherwise marked to indi- 
cate that they are to be held in the Express Com- 
pany's office awaiting call by consignee, also will 
be subject to these storage rules and charges. 

Computing Time — Three days' free time will be 
allowed which will be computed from the first 
7:00 A. M. after the day on which notice is sent 
or given to consignee. In computing time, Sun- 
days and legal holidays (National, State or Muni- 
cipal), but not half holidays, will be excluded. 
When a legal holiday falls on a Sunday, the fol- 
lowing Monday will be excluded. In computing 
time any fractional part of 24 hours will be com- 
puted as one day. Exception — The free time on 
C. O. D. shipments which are accepted by con- 
signee will be five days. Released C. O. D.'s and 
returned C. O. D.'s will be treated the same as 
shipments not C. O. D. 

Charges — Shipments Weighing 100 Pounds or 
Less — For the first day after expiration of free 
time ten (10) cents: for each of the next eight 
days, five (5) cents; total storage charge first 
nine days, fifty (SO) cents. When the total stor- 
age charge reaches fifty (50) cents for a shipment 
weighing 100 pounds or less no further charge 
will be made until the expiration of one (1) month 
from date storage charge commenced. After the 
first month at the rate of fifty (SO) cents per 



month, any fraction of a month to be computed 
as one month. 

Shipments Weighing Over 100 Pounds will be 
charged proportiunately at the rate per 100 pounds 
shown in the preceding paragraph, any fractional 
part of 100 pounds to be computed as 100 pounds. 
EXAMPLE — Shipments weighing over 100 pounds 
and not over 200 pounds will be charged twice 
the rate shown in the preceding paragraph for 
shipments weighing 100 pounds or less. 

(2) The storage charges provided herein will 
apply only during the period shipments remain 
on the Express Company's premises. When ship- 
ments are placed in public warehouses they will 
be subject to the charges assessed by such public 
warehouses. 

(c) The storage charges set forth in Section (b) 
of this rule will not apply. 

(1) To shipments bearing address beyond the 
established free delivery limits. 

(2) To shipments bearing no street address but 
consigned to persons or firms whose residence or 
place of business is beyond the established free 
delivery limits. 

(3) To shipments bearing address within the 
established free delivery limits which have not been 
tendered for delivery at such address unless the 
failure to make such tender is due to request of 
shipper or consignee. 

(4) To carload shipments subject to detention 
charges in Rule 16 (r) of Oflicial Express Classi- 
fication. 

(5) To shipments held for U. S. Customs 
Service. 

(6) To shipments for export at Port of Export. 

(7) To damaged shipments held under Rule 7 
(b) of Official Express Classification. 

(8) To shipments, of which the Express Com- 
pany has failed to send or give notice to consignee 
as provided in Section (a) of this rule. 

(d) In case of failure by the express company 
to notify consignor promptly as provided in Sec- 
tion (a) of this rule, no storage charges will be 
assessed against the consignor between the date on 
which notice should have been sent or given and 
the date on which it was actually sent or given, 
if the shipment is later reforwarded, returned, or 
otherwise disposed of by order of the consignor. 

(e).\Vhen an order giving disposition of a ship- 
ment is sent by United States Mail and the 
order is not received by the express company, 
such order shall be considered received as of 
the date it should have been delivered, provided 
proof is furnished by sender that the order was 
deposited in the mail properly stamped and ad- 
dressed on the date claimed. In such event no 
storage will be assessed against the shipment 
during the time the express company was un- 
able to dispose of the shipment by reason of non- 
receipt of the order. 

(f) Packages containing dangerous articles as 
defined by the regulations prescribed by the Inter- 
state Commerce Commission and referred to in 
Rule 5 of Official Express Classification, which 
are refused by the consignee or which cannot be 
delivered within 48 hours after arrival at des- 
tination must be promptly disposed of _ (1) by 
return to the shipper if in proper shipping con- 
dition, or (2) by storage provided a suitable 
storage place for such articles is available off the 
carrier's premises, or (3) by sale provided the 
statutes permit the sale of the commodity by the 
carrier, or (4) by destntction. 

RULE 8''.. OFFICIAL EXPRESS CLASSI- 
FICATION. 
Undelivered Shipments at Points Where Delivery 

Service is Not Maintained: 

(a) At points where delivery service is not 
maintained the Agent must at once give consignee 
notice of arrival, either personally or by mail, 
to the address given on the shipment. Persona! 
notices must be confirmed by mail. If a ship- 
ment is refused or cannot be delivered notice 
thereof shall be sent to consignor. 

(b) Packages containing dangerous articles as 
defined by the regulations prescribed bv the Tntev- 
state Commerre rommission and referred to in Rule 
S of Official Express Classifications, which are re- 
fused hv the consignee or which cannot be delivered 



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within 48 hours after arrival at destination must 
be promptly disposed of (1) by return to the 
shipper if in proper shipping condition, or (2) by 
storage provided a suitable storage place for such 
articles is available off the carrier's premises, or 
(3) by sale provided the statutes permit sale of 
the commodity by the carrier, or (4) by destruc- 
tion. 

(c) No storage charges will be assessed on ship- 
ments held for delivery on express company's prem- 
ises at points where delivery service is not main- 
tained. 

The first class rate applies on these shipments 
and the charges vary according to weight, value 
and destination. 

The American Railway Express Co. allows a free 
value not to exceed $50.00 on any shipment of 100 
lbs., or less, or not exceeding 50c per pound actual 
weight on any shipment in excess of 100 pounds; 
when the value exceeds these amounts the rate 
is 10c greater for each $100.00 or fraction thereof 
in excess of the value stated above. 

As an illustration : A box weighing 40 lbs., 
valued at $50, from New York City, to Buffalo, 
N. Y. would cost $1.19; the same box valued at 
$100 would cost $1.29. 

FREIGHT RATES FROM NEW YORK TtR 
100 POUNDS 
The Motion Picture Prods. & Dists. of America, 
Inc., through its Chairman of Transportation, P. 
H. Stilson, issues the following table of freight 
rates on films and printed matter from New York 
to the various exchange centers. 

These rates are secured from competent author- 
ities and are subject to change and without re- 
course. Rates are for cents per hundred pounds. 

Printed 

Films Matter N. 

1st class Films O.I. B.N. 

Key City L.C.L. C.L. C.L. 



Albany, N. Y 50 

Atlanta, Ga 189 



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189 



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142J4 



Boston, Mass 66J4 

Buffalo, N. Y. 79 

Butte, Mont 510 

Chicago, 111 142 

Cincinnati, 123J/a 

Cleveland, 101 

Charlotte, N. C 144 

Columbus, O Ill 

Dallas. Tex 377J4 

Denver, Colo 412 

Des Moines, la, 214J^ 

Detroit, Mich. Ill 

Indianapolis, Ind 132 

Jacksonville, Fla 176J/^ 

Kansas City, Mo 249^ 

Los Angeles, Cal 555 

Louisville, Ky 142' 

Memphis, Tenn 202 

Milwaukee, Wis 142 

Minneapolis, Minn 195 

New Haven, Conn 5354 

New Orleans, La 218^ 

Omaha, Neb 249J4 

Oklahoma City 351J4 

Peoria, 111. 156 

Pittsburgh, Pa 85 

Philadelphia. Pa 41 'A 

Portland, Me 85 J4 

Portland, Ore 555 

Salt Lake City, Utah SlO 

San Antonio, Tex 377;4 

Seattle, Wash 555 

San Francisco, Cal 555 

Sioux Falls, S. D 254 

St. Louis, Mo 166 

Wilkes- Bane. Pa 665^ 

Washington, D. C 70 



Note: L. C. L. means "Less than carload lots." 
L. C. means "carload lots." N. O. I. B. N. means 
"Not otherwise indexed by name." 



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HENRY Mac RAE 

Director 



Now Directing a Spectacular Feature 

"HEROES OF WAR" 

for 
Universal Film Corp. 



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I 



Public Projection Rooms 

CALIFORNIA 

Hollywood and Los Angeles 

Bennett Film Laboratory, Chester; 6363 Santa 

Monica Blvd.; Hempstead 4154 . 
Electrical Products Corp., 1127 Venice Blvd.; 

Beacon 6214. 
Fowler Studios, Lillian Way; Tucker 3257. 
Horsley Laboratories, 6060 Sunset Blvd.; Holly- 

vi'ood 7120. 
National Aeromap, 861 Seward St.; Hollywood 

0764. 
Slipper Co., James, 838 So. Olive St.; Tucker 
6769. 

CANADA 

Montreal 

Albee Realty Corp., 12 Mayor St.; Pleateau 2488. 

CONNECTICUT 

Nevir Haven 

Public Projection Rooms, 134 Meadow St.; Colony 

6260. 

MICHIGAN 
Detroit 
Service Theater Supply Co., 137 East Elizabeth 
St.; Cadillac 5710. 

NEBRASKA 

Omaha 

Fontenelle Feature Film Co., 1506 Davenport St.; 

Jackson 4422. 

Vitagraph, Inc., 1502 Davenport St.; Atlantic 9977. 

NEW YORK 

Newr York City 

Miles, Joseph R.. 130 West 46th St.; Bryant 5600. 

Public Projection Rooms, 729 Seventh Ave.; 

Bryant 2513. 
Simplex Projection Rooms, Rm. 506 220 W. 42nd 

St.; Wisconsin 3770. 
Sun Projection Rooms. Rm. 1005,, 220 W. 42nd 
St.; Wisconsin 1177. 



OHIO 

Cincinnati 
Dwyer Bros. & Co., 520 Bway.; Canal 1024. 

Cleveland 
Leavitt, Jos., Universal Exchange, Film Exch. 
Bldg.; Prospect 3335. 

OREGON 

Portland 

Star Exchange, 449 Glisan St.; Broadway 0475. 

WISCONSIN 

Milwaukee 

Exhibitors' Supply Co., 715 Wells St.; Grand 942. 

Wisconsin Theater Supply Co., 719 Wells St.; 

Grand 7333. 



Film Storage Vaults 

CALIFORNIA 
Los Angeles 

Premier Fireproof Storage Co., 6372 Santa Monica 

Blvd.; Hollywood 3570. 
Screen Library Service, 5751 Hollywood Blvd.; 

Gladstone 6141. 

NEW YORK 

New York City 

Empire Film Vaults, 727 Seventh Ave. 
Lloyds' Film Storage Corp., 130 W. 45th St. 

NOVEL IDEA IN TRADE SHOWS IN 
LOUISVILLE; AVOIDS CONFLICTS 

The Paramount, First National, Educational and 
Big Features exchanges in Louisville have con- 
ceived a novel idea in trade showings. One day 
each week is set aside for each exchange to con- 
duct its trade showings in order to avoid conflict. 



Standard Exhibition Contract 



An agreement designed to end contractual disputes in the industry between ex- 
hibitor and distributor, was adopted at a meeting on February 6, 1926. The exhib- 
itors of the United States were represented by R. F. Woodhull, Joseph M. Seider, A. 
Julian Brylawski, Charles L. O'Reilly, W. A. Steffes, H. M. Richey, R. R. Biechele, 
Frank Rembusch, Jules Michaels and H. A. Cole. Will H. Hays represented the dis- 
tributors. The agreement was in the form of a Standard Exhibition Contract, which 
became effective March 1, 1926. It took the place of the old Uniform Contract between 
exhibitor and distributor, a number of entirely new clauses being inserted, and also 
new phrases added. The complete text of the contract will be found below. The new 
clauses and phrases are distinguished by black faced type. 

the Exhibitor, and the latter accepts, a license 
under the respective copyrights of the several pho- 
toplays designated and described, in the schedule 
herein, subject to the terms and conditions herein- 
after stated to exhibit (during the year commenc- 
ing with the date fixed or determined as hereinafter 
provided for the exhibition in the above named 
theater of the first photoplay deliverable hereunder) 
each of such photoplays at the said theater only, 
for the number of successive days in the said 
schedule specified. 

Such license shall be specifically for the exhibi- 
tion of such photoplays at said theater on the ex- 
hibition date or dates specified in said schedule or 
determined as hereinafter provided and for no other 
pui-pose. 



this 



Agreement made in cate 

day of 19 , 

between a corporation (hereinafter called "the Dis- 
tributor"), party of the first part and an exhibitor 
operating the Theater, No. Street, 

City State 

(hereinafter called "the E.xhibitor"), party of the 
second part, 

WITNESSETH: 

The parties hereto agree as follows : 

Warranty As to Form 

FIRST: The Distributor warrants that there 
is contained herein all of the numbered Articles 
of the "Standard Exhibition Contract" filed with 
the Motion Picture Producers & Distributors of 
America, Inc.. identified by the signature of its 
President on the 1st day of March, 1926. Articles 

hereof are in 

addition thereto. 



SECOND: 



License 

The Distributor hereby grants to 



Time and Place of Exhibition 

THIRD: The Exhibitor agrees to exhibit said 
photoplays but only at the theater above specified 
on the said date or dates and will not allow any 
positive print thereof to leave the Exhibitor's pos- 
session during the period specified for the exhibi- 
tion thereof by the Exhibitor, nor exhibit or per- 
mit the exhibition of any such positive print at 



465 



any other time or place than those herein speci- 
fied or determined as herein provided. 

Payment of Fixed Sums 

FOURTH : The Exhibitor agrees to pay for 
such hcense as to each of such photoplays the fixed 
sums herein specified at least three (3) days in 
advance of the date of shipment from the Dis- 
tributor's exchange or from the last previous Ex- 
hibitor of the positive print thereof. 

Percentage Bookings 

FIFTH : If this contract calls for payment or 
any part thereof computed upon the Exhibitor's 
gross receipts the Exhibitor shall furnish to the 
Distributor daily a correct itemized statement of 
the gross receipts of said theater for admission 
thereto upon the exhibition date or dates of each 
photoplay for which payment is so required to be 
made. Should the Distributor so require, such 
itemized statements shall be made upon forms fur- 
nished by the Distributor. 

The Distributor shall have access during the 
period of exhibition of each such photoplay and 
for a period of sixty (60) days after the receipt 
by the Distributor of the final box office state- 
ment, for the purpose of inspection, to the box 
office and to all books and records relating to the 
Exhibitor's box office receipts during the period 
of exhibition of each such photoplay. 

Payments or any part thereof computed upon 
the Exhibitor's box office receipts shall be made 
daily during the exhibition of the print of each 
photoplay for which payment is so required to be 
made. 

Payment on Account 

•SIXTH: Payment, if any, made upon the exe- 
cution hereof by the Exhibitor shall be deemed 
payment on account of the sums last payable here- 
under. 

Protection and Run 

SEVENTH: During the life of this contract 



the Distributor agrees not to authorize or license 
the exhibition of any such photoplays in violation 
of the run or protection period, if any, in the 
schedule specified. Unless otherwise provided here- 
in such protection period shall be computed from 
the first date of exhibition of each photoplay as 
fixed herein. 

Delivery of Prints 

EIGHTH: The Distributor agrees to deliver 
to the Exhibitor during the period specified in Ar- 
ticle Second hereof a positive print of each of such 
photoplays in time for exhibition at the said 
theater on the dates specified or on the dates de- 
termined as herein provided. Delivery of such 
positive prints by the Distributor to the Exhibitor 
at the Distributor's Exchange or to a common 
carrier or to the United States postal authorities 
for mailing or to any agent of the Exhibitor shall 
be deemed delivery by the Distributor to the Ex- 
hibitor hereunder. 

Selection or Designation of Play Dates 

NINTH: The exhibition date or dates of each 
of the photoplays unless definitely specified in the 
said Schedule or otherwise agreed upon shall be 
determined as follows: 

(a) The Distributor shall mail the Exhibitor at 
least fifteen (15) days' notice in writing of the 
date upon which each photoplay will be available 
for exhibition by the Exhibitor consistent with prior 
"runs" and/or "protection" heretofore or here- 
after granted to other Exhibitors. 

(b) Within fourteen (14) days after the mail- 
ing of such notice the Exhibitor shall select the 
exhibition date or dates within the four (4) weeks' 
period commencing with such date of availability 
by giving written notice to the Distributors of the 
date or dates so selected. 

If the exhibition date or dates so selected by the 
Exhibitor are not available to the Exhibitor then 
the exhibition date or dates shall be designated as 
follows : 

1. If other dates within said four (4) weeks' 



GEORGE DeRICHELAVIE 

Director 



The Omen" 

(Produced in Cuba^ 



466 



period shall be available the Exhibitor shall im- 
mediately select from such other available dates 
another date or other dates failing which the Dis- 
tributor shall designate the date or dates by mail- 
ing two (2) weeks' notice thereof to the Exhibitor, 
but such date or dates so designated shall not be 
fixed earlier than two (2) nor later than six (6) 
weeks from the exhibition date first selected by the 
Exhibitor; 

2. If no other date or dates within said four (4) 
weeks' period shall be available (after the Exhibit- 
or's written request therefor) the Exhibitor shall 
designate the date or dates by immediately giving 
written notice thereof to the Distributor but such 
date or dates so designated shall no be fixed earlier 
than two (2) nor later that six (6) weeks from 
the last day of the said four (4) weeks' period. 
If the Exhibitor fails to so immediately designate 
such date or dates as provided in this paragraph 
(2) the Distributor shall designate the date or 
dates within the period last specified by mailing to 
the Exhibitor two (2) weeks' notice of such date 
or dates. 

(c) If the Exhibitor fails to make such selec- 
tion within fourteen (14) days after the mailing 
of such notice of availability then 

(1) the distributor may at any time thereafter 
designate the exhibition date or dates (no such 
date to be prior to the initial date of availability) 
by mailing notice thereof to the Exhibitor at least 
fourteen (14) days before the first exhibition date 
so designated ; 

(2) provided that the Distributor shall have 
then entered into a contract with any other Ex- 
hibitor in which contract is specified a "run" of 
any of the photoplays prior in point of time and 
immediately preceding the "run" (specified in the 
Schedule) granted the Exhibitor and provided 
further that such photoplay shall have been ex- 
hibited by such other Exhibitor the Distributor 
shall in the manner specified in Sub-division 1 of 
this Paragraph (c) designate the exhibition date 
or dates of such photoplay within the period of 
forty-five (45) days commencing with the date of 
availability specified in the notice provided for in 
paragraph (a) of this Article. 

(d) In case the exhibition date or dates of 
any of the photoplays shall be designated by the 
Distributor pursuant to paragraph (c) of this 
Article the period of "protection," if any, specified 
in the Schedule shall begin upon the day after 
the expiration of the four weeks' period specified in 
paragraph (b) of this Article. 

(e) The exhibition date or dates of any of the 
photoplays selected by the Exhibitor (if available) 
or designated as above provided or otherwise agreed 
upon between the Distributor and the Exhibitor 
shall be for all purposes the exhibition date or 
dates of such photoplay as though definitely speci- 
fied in the said Schedule. 

(f) In case this contract embraces a series of 
feature photoplays, five reels or more in length, 
and featuring a particular star or director, the 
Exhibitor shall not be required hereunder to ex- 
hibit more than one photoplay of such series every 
five (5) weeks. 

Return of Prints 

TENTH : The Exhibitor agrees to return each 
positive print received by the Exhibitor hereunder, 
with the reels and containers furnished therewith, 
to the exchange of the Distributor from which 
the Exhibitor is served or as otherwise directed by 
the Distributor immediately after the last exhibi- 
tion of such positive print licensed hereunder, in 
the same condition as when received by the Ex- 
hibitor, reasonable wear and tear due to the proper 
use tliereof excepted. The Exhibitor agrees to 
pay ^11 costs of transportation of such positive 
prints, reels and containers from the Distributor's 
exchange or the last previous exhibitor having 
possession of any such positive print (as the case 
may be) and return to the Distributor's exchange; 
or if directed by the Distributor, to ship such 
positive prints elsewhere than to the Distributor's 
exchange transportation charges collect. It is 
agreed that the delivery of a positive print properly 
directed and packed in the container furnished by 
the Distributor therefor, to a carrier designated or 
used by the Distributor and proper receipt there- 



for obtained by the Exhibitor, shall constitute the 
return of such positive print by the Exhibitor. 

If the Exhibitor fails to or delays the return 
of any positive print to the Distributor or fails to 
forward or delays forwarding (as directed by the 
Distributor) any such print to any other Exhibitor 
the Exhibitor agrees in addition to paying the Dis- 
tributor the damage, if any, so caused the Dis- 
tributor to pay to such other Exhibitor the damage, 
if any so caused such other Exhibitor as shall be 
determined by Arbitration as provided for in Ar- 
ticle Twentieth hereof. In case the Exhibitor 
shall be damaged by reason of the failure or de- 
lay of any other Exhibitor in returning any print 
to the Distributor or in forwarding (as directed by 
the Distributor) any such print to the Exhibitor 
the Exhibitor agrees to assert such claim for dam- 
ages only against such other Exhibitor and that 
such claim and the damage, if any, shall be de- 
termined by Arbitration provided for as aforesaid. 

Loss and Damage to Prints 

ELEVENTH: The Exhibitor shall pay to the 
Distributor the sum of four (4) cents for each 
linear foot of any positive print lost, stolen or 
destroyed or injured in any way in the interval 
between the delivery thereof by the Distributor 
and the return thereof by the Exhibitor in full 
settlement of all claims for such loss, theft, de- 
stniction or injury. If any such positive print or 
any part thereof is colored, then for any such 
print or part thereof the Exhibitor shall pay to 
the Distributor the laboratory cost thereof instead 
of four (4) cents per linear foot. (Laboratory 
invoice for such colored print or part thereof shall 
be conclusive of such laboratory cost upon the 
parties hereto). Such payment, however, shall not 
transfer title to or any interest in such positive 
prints to the Exhibitor or any other party, nor 
release the Exhibitor from liability arising out of 
any breach of this agreement. The Distributor 
shall repay or credit to the Exhibitor any sums 
paid by the latter for lost or stolen prints, ex- 
cepting new reels, upon their return to the Dis- 
tributor within sixty (60) days after the date when 
the same should have been returned hereunder. 
The Exhibitor shall immediately notify the Dis- 
tributor's exchange by telegram of the loss, theft 
or destruction of or damage or injury to any posi- 
tive print. If any print shall be received from the 
Exhibitor by the Distributor or any subsequent 
Exhibitor in a damaged or partially destroyed con- 
dition it shall be deemed to have been so dam- 
aged or destroyed by the Exhibitor unless the lat- 
ter, on the day of receipt of such print and prioi 
to the second public showing thereof, shall have 
telegraphed the Distributor's exchange that such 
print was received by him in a damaged or par- 
tially destroyed condition, and setting forth fully 
the nature of such damage and the amount of 
footage so damaged or destroyed. 

Titles of Photoplays: Reissues 

TWELFTH : The Distributor reserves the 
right to change the title of any of the photoplays 
specified in the said schedule but shall not sub- 
stitute any other photoplay therefor without the 
consent of the Exhibitor: and warrants that none 
of such photoplays are reissues from old negatives 
or are old negatives renamed excepting those spe- 
cifically set forth as such in the said schedule. 

Assignment and Sale of Theater 

THIRTEENTH: The contract shall not be 
assigned by either party without the written ac- 
ceptance of the assignee and the written consent 
of the other party ; provided, that if the E.xhibitor 
sells or disposes of his interest in the theater above 
specified, he may assign this contract to the pur- 
chaser of such interest without the written con- 
sent of the Distributor and such assignment shall 
become effective upon the written acceptance there- 
of by the assignee, such assignment, however, not 
to relieve the Exhibitor of his liability hereunder, 
un